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Tui - Santiago "On foot"


Duration: 7 days/6 nights.

Total distance: 108 Kilometres/ 67 miles

Lodgings: Hotels/Galician rural manors/Guesthouses

Meal option en route: Half board basis (Breakfast and dinner) or Breakfast.

Santiago de Compostela only Breakfast.

Dates: Free choice. You can choose the day you want to start from Tui. We customise your trip specially for you, your family or your group or friends. Only one person is require to do the Camino.

Prices available from March to October (Both inclusive)

* Rest dates: Check with us.



• 10% for children under 12 years in shared room.

• 5% for groups of 6 people or more.

495€/person (Double room with Breakfast)

585€/person (Double room with breakfast and dinner en route. Santiago de Compostela only Breakfast)

Tui is the gateway to Spain for the “Portuguese Way”, which starts in Lisbon. In Galicia the path continues parallel to the Rias Bajas of Vigo and Pontevedra.


Route Itinerary (Pilgrimage to Santiago)


You spend the night in Tui and the next day you start the first stage of the journey.


STAGE TUI-REDONDELA (31,2 Kms/19 Miles)

Difficulty: Medium   Approx. Duration: 8h

Beginning of the journey.

Tui is the gateway to Spain for the "Portuguese Way", gets into Galicia through the International Bridge, inspired by the work of the famous Gustave Eiffel, over the Miño river. In Tui you have to visit the Cathedral and the church of San Telmo.

The Way heads to O Porriño cross the Veiga bridge, over the Louro river, one of the most important in this trip. You have to pass an industrial park and then enter in Porriño.

From O Porriño you cross and continue to Mos, passing through the Church of Santa Eulalia and close to the Pazo of the Marquesses of Mos.

On the way to Redondela you have to visit the Santiaguiño chapel and the Cruceiro Os Cabaleiros.

Arrival to Redondela. End of the stage.


ADVICE: For those with a normal physical preparation or who prefer to walk the stage with more calm and relax, we recommend to split the stage in two days:

- Stage: Tui - Porriño (16,4 Kms - 10 Miles)

- Stage: Porriño - Redondela (14,8 Kms - 9 Miles)



Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 5h

Beginning of the journey.

You leave Redondela through the forest.

Today’s stage you pass some impostant places as Monte Albor and Pontecesures. In Arcade you have to taste its famous and internationally oysters, the best one in Galicia.

You cross the medieval Ponte Sampaio bridge, over the Verdugo river, where the army of Napoleon suffered one of its greatest defeats in Galicia.

Pontevedra and its Sanctuary of the Virgen Peregrina is waiting for you at the end of this stage. Enjoy the views over the Bay of Vigo.

Arrival to Pontevedra. End of the stage.



Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 5h 30'

Beginning of the journey.

You leave the old city of Pontevedra walking to the millennial bridge, O Burgo, over the Lérez River. We continue along the beautiful Valley of the Gandra River until San Mauro. The Way starts heading to Ponte Balbón and from there towards O Ameal, Tivo and reach Caldas de Reis alongside the church of Santa Maria, close to the bridge of the Umia River. Caldas is an important spa village

Arrival to Caldas de Rei. End of the stage.


STAGE CALDAS DE REI-PADRON (18,5 Kms/ 11 miles)

Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 4h 30'

Beginning of the journey.

This stage is considered one of the most beautiful of this area.

We leave Caldas de Reis across the medieval bridge of the Bermaña River and follow a path that leads us to the village of Cruceiro. After walking the green Bermaña, Valga valleys and Pontecesures, you reach the town of Padrón crossing the Ulla river.

When the body of Saint James was being brought to Compostela by boat, Padrón was said to be the first land it moored.

Arrival to Padron. End of the stage.


STAGE PADRON-SANTIAGO (24,6 Kms/15 miles)

Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 6h

Beginning of the journey.

The Camino passes through many small villages and hamlets before arriving at the Baroque Sanctuary of A Esclavitude. On a hilltop to the left stands the mysterious, abandoned ruins of the hillfort Castro Lupario, and couple of kilometres later, we come to the oldest wayside crosses in Galicia. As we near Agro dos Monteiros, it is now possible to see the towers of the cathedral. Finally the Camino passes by the ruins of a castle known as A Rocha Vella, before entering the city of the Apostle where you will stay in the San Francisco a renovated Franciscan Monastery 150m from the Cathedral.

Arrival to Santiago. End of the Camino.





From Santiago, you will start your return trip on your own. If you wish you can do the last part of the Way of Saint James: from Santiago to Fisterra.

If you wish, you can book additional nights in Santiago de Compostela and visit in a day trip: Finisterre (Costa da Morte) and/or Rias Baixas.



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Accommodations Way of Saint James

The lodgings we offer to our customers are high quality and all rooms have private bathroom and the necessary services that will be useful after your daily steps. All the lodgings have been monitored by our team based on their comfort, facilities and excellent service from the owners.

The lodgings are located directly at the Way of Saint James or very near to it.

Our main goal is your peace of mind, rest, enjoy the Camino de Santiago, and make you feel more than at home.

Below are a selection of some of the accommodations in which you can stay, subject to availability.

Included Services

  • Accommodation in hotels, Typical Galician rural manors and Guesthouses (Double room with private bathroom)
  • Meal option en route: Half board basis (Breakfast and dinner) or Breakfast.
    • Santiago de Compostela en route.
  • Travel assistance insurance.
  • Van support, in case of emergency.
  • Telephone assistance during your trip.
  • Luggage transfer between stages
  • The Credential or Pilgrim’s Passport.
  • Brochure of the road.
  • VAT.

Optional Services

  • Supplement for single room: 150€.
  • Extra night in Santiago: 60€/person (Double room-B&B)
  • Option to extend the route to Finisterre.
  • Day trip to Finisterre (Costa da morte) and or Rias Baixas.
  • Transfer from Santiago Airport to Tui.
  • Cancellation Insurance.



Useful Information

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