The Portuguese Camino is the second busiest route of the Camino de Santiago. Its importance begins in the twelfth century with the pilgrimages of the different kings of Portugal to visit the tomb of St. James. This route starts inLisbon and crosses the country from the south to the north to go to Galicia crossing the Miño River in the border town of Tui. It is probably the most comfortable way to make since it has not many ups and downs. From Tui the way goes to O Porrino, Redondela, Pontevedra, Caldas de Reis, Padrón and Santiago de Compostela.
(* Remember that the check-In date is the night before starting walking)