El Portuguese Way It has the added attraction of walking between Spain and Portugal. The main starting points are the cities Porto and Tui / Valença do Minho. We are facing the second Camino de Santiago with the largest influx of pilgrims, after the French Way.

This route became relevant, as a result of the independence of Portugal in the XNUMXth century, and denotes the international relevance of the Way, as a backbone at the European level. Gaining strength in recent years is the variant of the Portuguese Way along the coast.