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The Traditional Portuguese Way - Camino by bike

The Camino from Portugal and Spain to Santiago de Compostela is also called the Portuguese or Central Route. The itinerary in this case covers the last 250 Km of the Portuguese Route and begins in Oporto. This Camino takes in wooded areas, farmlands and hamlets, as well as historic towns and cities. On this section of the Portuguese Route, you will walk long ancient paths used in the 13th century by Queen Isabel of Portugal on her way to Santiago de Compostela. This is a perfect route even if there are a couple of difficult points for cycling pilgrims.ITINERARY1st day: ARRIVAL IN OPORTO.2nd day: OPORTO - BARCELOS (52 Km - difficulty 1/3).3rd day: BARCELOS - RUBIAES (SAN ROQUE) (49 Km - difficulty 3/3)4th day: RUBIAES(SAN ROQUE) - REDONDELA (53 Km - difficulty 1/3)5th day: REDONDELA - CALDAS DE REIS (41 Km– difficulty 1/3)6th day: CALDAS DE REIS - SANTIAGO (49 Km - difficulty 2/3)7th day: SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELADAILY DEPARTURES FROM END OF MARCH UNTIL FIRST DAYS OF NOVEMBER

Price 600.0€ per person (taxes included)
Activities available in the following languages Spanish, English, Italian
Place Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña) Caldas de Reis (Pontevedra) Redondela (Pontevedra) Tui (Pontevedra)
Duration 7 days
Activity category The Camino de Santiago, Spanish culture and traditions, Sport and adventure, Bicycle touring
Who is it for? Adults without children, Young people, Senior
Organising company CAMINANDO CAMINANDO
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