Day 1: Tui is the starting point of your Portuguese last 100 Central Camino. Located on the bank of the Miño River, facing the Portuguese town of Valença. Take the time to explore the town while you are here.
Tui dates back to pre-historic times (20,000 BC). Boasting 2 Museums, one dedicated to archaeology and sacred art, and the other a diocesan museum. Visit the Romanic (11th-13th century) Santa Maria Cathedral with Romanesque and Gothic period vestibules.
You are in the heart of the Rías Baixas coastal region of Galicia, you will find the seafood sensational make sure you try some!
Ensure that you get a good night’s rest to prepare for your first day walking the Portuguese Camino.