Their album, Caminhos de Sol "Paths of the Sun" was more successful, with "Caminhos de Sol" used in the telenovela A Viagem and becoming a huge hit.
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After you leave Barcelos, the landscape will start to change gradually, as you approach Galicia and green hills become more prominent.
Today is the most challenging walking day on this Camino section, mainly due to the shortage of villages along the way, as well as some short, sharp climbs. The scenery is fantastic however, so your effort will be rewarded with wonderful views. There is a fair amount of climbing to be done again today, with the highest point being Alto da Portela Grande, at m. However once again you will be rewarded with fantastic views.
The Camino de Santiago also takes you past a number of small churches and crossings with cairns, where pilgrims to Santiago have traditionally placed stones to mark their journey and remember their loved ones. Today you will leave Portugal and cross the River Minho into Galicia. Take time to explore the charming town of Tui, overlooking the River Minho.
This section of the Camino Portugues starts from the old port of Tui and makes its way up through the old town along the Camino de Barca. Please note: an alternative route has been signposted in to bypass the industrial estate in the outskirts of town. On your way to Redondela you will spot the bay in the distance. After the chapel, the Camino route enters pine forests.
Before you reach Arcade, famous for its oysters and your stop for the night, you will pass the village of Setefontes. Today, you will cross the Verdugo River over Ponte Sampaio. Today, starting in the city of Pontevedra, the Camino will take you through chestnut groves and pine and eucalyptus woods. At Lombo da Maceira you will spot a statue of Saint James with his walking stick, showing pilgrims the way. On your way to Caldas de Reis you will pass the hamlet of Tivo with its lovely fountain and public washing area. You will be staying in the spa town of Caldas de Reis for the night.
Santiago de Compostela is a gem of a city: small enough to be explored and be discovered on foot but always vibrant and lively. Wander the cobbled streets of its UNESCO-listed old town, go for a stroll in the Alameda Park and discover regional flavours in the local market Mercado de Abastos and the many restaurants and bars.
We have handpicked our hotels on the Camino de Santiago based on their character, facilities and comfort. You will usually arrive at your accommodation in the afternoon giving you plenty of time for a refreshing shower and a visit to the local village, or maybe just to unwind and relax. Please note: Accommodation is subject to availability. We have hand-picked family-run hotels and guesthouses along the Camino for their character and warm hospitality. Up to 3-stars, you will be staying in the centre of town and close to your Camino trail. Our Country Cottages are renowned for their exceptional food, unique settings and personal touch.
Rest assured when you select Country Cottage you will enjoy the full experience of our collection of beautiful Casa Rurales when and where this option is available, however bear in mind, that sometimes due to location factors, only our choice of standard collection hotels and guesthouses may be available.
Stay in very special hotels and unique properties along the Camino.
Rest assured when you select Superior Collection, you will enjoy the full experience of our best hotels and top guesthouses when and where this option is available, however, bear in mind, that sometimes due to location factors, only our choice of standard collection hotels and guesthouses may be available. We can also arrange private transfers if you prefer, just ask us.
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There is also a bus connection almost every 2 hours taking approx. From Lisbon Oriente you can get to the airport on the city bus no.
There are also some daily buses but the connection quality differ travel time between 3h15 and 5h The purple line line E links them, every minutes. See: www. From Porto-Campanha main train station you can take a train to Coimbra-b, there is one nearly every hour 1h travel time approx. There are also regular buses 1h30 travel time approx.