Our Portuguese Caminos
There are two routes to choose from, the Central, and Coastal Caminos. Both are beautiful, and neither is difficult. Both start in Porto, with the Central Camino beginning on the coast and then heading inland. While the Coastal Camino has you meandering on and off the coast eventually heading inland meeting with the Central Path.
At the Last 100 Point both crossing the Minho River. The Central via the International Bridge linking Valenca, Portugal to Tui, Spain. The Coastal Camino reaching Caminha crosses the Miho River to A Guarda by boat.
The beauty of the Portuguese Camino when you start in Porto is you get a taste of two Cultures and two incredibly beautiful countries, Portugal and Spain.
There is also the Variante Espiritual to consider.
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