Portugal Green Walks also offers you a set of programs and activities to discover the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago), the main cities along the route (Porto, Pontevedra and Santiago de Compostela), and the regions of North Portugal and Galicia.
With our programs you can see signs of the history of this ancient route, discover and enjoy the local gastronomy and wines.
Santiago de Compostela is a World Heritage City and final destination of the Way of St. James, as well having been a European City of Culture. These factors mean that Santiago de Compostela is undoubtedly a privileged destination for cultural tourism. Furthermore, it is also the capital of Galicia, a magical region that the Romans considered the end of the world and which therefore enjoys its own unique Galician culture.
Discover the Way, the North Portugal and Galicia with our proposals!
We offer the experience of one day on the Portuguese Way, from Ponte de Lima to Rubiães is an 18 km stretch passing through the legendary “Serra Labruja”.
Discover the Cathedral, along with the squares surrounding it (Obradoiro, Quintana, Inmaculada and Praterías) and the main historic “rúas” or streets are a must for first-time visitors.
We are going to find out thanks to this gastronomy route, a walking tour around Compostela’s “tastiest” spots.
A tour around Santiago de Compostela monumental heritage, including the Cathedral and the famous Plaza del Obradoiro, as well as the main monuments and squares.
Santiago de Compostela features countless monumental riches, among which religious heritage stands out, especially enclosed convents and monasteries.
Located in the centre of Galicia, Santiago ,is also a starting point from where is possible to visit, in very little time, other places of interest throughout the varied and fascinating region of Galicia.