Arrival in Porto
- Check in Arrival in Oporto to start the last 200 km of Camino.
Oporto - fajozes (22 km)
- The stage begins at the Porto Cathedral.
- As we move forward, the landscape will become increasingly less urban and more rural.
Fajozes - Arcos (11 km)
- Short and quiet stage that runs through small forests.
Arcos - Barcelos (20 km)
- Stage of asphalted tracks in some sections and unpaved rural roads in other sections.
- The stage concludes in Barcelos, which has a great historical and cultural heritage that we recommend visiting and enjoying.
Barcelos - Ponte da Lima (32 km)
- Stage longer than usual. Rural road of the Portuguese interior.
- The stage ends in Ponte da Lima, a very important village in the country due to its age.
Ponte da Lima - Rubiaes (18 km)
- Stage with slopes and climbs. Along the route we will find chapels, crosses ... in short, a strong presence of the symbolism of the Camino de Santiago.
Rubiaes - Tui (20 km)
- We finally enter Galicia, crossing the border bridge that connects Valença do Minho to Tui.
Tui - O Porriño (16 km)
- We start from the border city of Tui, with its bridge, designed by Gustave Eiffel and we go through a rural landscape until we reach the end of the stage, O Porriño.
O Porriño - Arcade (22 km)
- Stage with ups and downs. Spectacular views of the Atlantic ocean.
- Given that Redondela does not have a large accommodation offer, many pilgrims make the decision to continue towards Arcade.
Arcade - Pontevedra (11 km)
- The most representative of the stage is the town of Pontesampaio and its historical past.
- At the end of the stage we arrive at Pontevedra, where we recommend a walk through its historic center and a visit to the Peregrina church.
Pontevedra - Caldas de Reis (21 km)
- In Barro, it is worth mentioning the beauty of the Barosa River Natural Park, with its waterfalls and mills.
- The stage ends when you arrive at Caldas de Reis, known for its spas.
Caldas de Reis - Padrón (19 km)
- The stage crosses small villages until arriving at Padrón, town known for its characteristic peppers, for being the birthplace of important writers such as Rosalía de Castro and Camilo José Cela, and it is also known for being the first stretch of land seen by the ship that carried the remains of the Apostle Santiago.
- About the peppers the saying goes: "peppers of Padrón, uns pica and outros non".
Padrón - Santiago de Compostela (24.5 km)
- Stage with an initial stretch of rural areas. With the proximity to Santiago de Compostela, the landscape will become urban.
- When you arrive in Santiago or forget to visit the Pilgrim's Office and demand the Compostela
- In addition to visiting the Cathedral and the historic center of Santiago de Compostela.
Check out Santiago
- Check out Santiago. You have reached the End of the Path.