The Portuguese Way has the added attraction of Walking between Spain and Portugal. The main starting points are Porto and Tui. We are facing the second Camino de Santiago with the largest influx of pilgrims, after the French Way.
This route became relevant, following the independence of Portugal in the XNUMXth century, and denotes the international relevance of the Camino, as a backbone axis at the European level. Gaining strength in recent years is the variant of the Portuguese way along the coast.