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05th Oct 2024


Porto to Santiago de Compostela


Tour Dates: 5 - 13 October 2024

05th Oct 2024


Porto to Santiago de Compostela

CAMINO LOGO White Yellowa

Tour Dates: 5 - 13 October 2024

The Camino Portugal

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  • Calendar

    05th Oct 2024

  • Distance

    Cycling & Walking a total of 173 miles

  • Location

    Porto to Santiago de Compostela

  • Requirements

    Tour Dates: 5 - 13 October 2024

For your entry fee you will get

  • A Ccommodation Pink Outline


  • Food Reverted 203Px X 109Px

    Meals (not lunches)

  • Tech T Shirt Reverted 203Px X 109Px

    3 Tech T-shirts

  • 1

    Walk & Cycle

  • Training Plan Pink Outline

    Training Plan

  • WTW BRA OUTLINE Reverted 203Px X 109Px

    Bra to Decorate

  • Support Pink Outline


And lots more

Deposit £375

Minimum sponsorship is £850

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Walk and Cycle The Camino Portugués Trail

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New for 2024!

This lesser travelled pilgrim route ‘Camino da Costa’, includes 3 days of Cycling, followed by 3 days of Walking... from the colourful city of Porto, Portugal to the historic streets of Santiago de Compostella, in Northern Spain.

Starting at the Cathedral in Porto, it covers 173 miles of rugged Atlantic coastline; following remote coastal paths and forest trails, passing through small towns and villages along the way. The climax of your journey will be reaching the famous Obradoiro Square and Cathedral Santiago, a feeling that will stay with you forever!   

This 173-mile adventure in 6 days has it all!

Whilst the terrain is not technically difficult, this challenge offers WTW Pilgrims something very different... not only cycling and walking, covering the distance in 6 days, but the adventure of travelling from one country to another, crossing borders by taxi-boat across the River Minho!

A challenge like no other for you to take on in 2024... a test of will and determination plus an incredible and unforgettable personal journey! 

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This was just incredible! Come and be part of this brand new WTW Challenge!

All about The Camino Portugués

How far is it?

173 miles over 6 days

3 days cycling a distance of 108 miles

3 days of walking a distance of 65 miles  


Hotel and Travel

The Team will be staying at a selection of Hotels all with en-suite bathrooms, along the Camino da Costa route. You have a choice of staying in a Single Room or Twin Room. Also included in the Tour cost are Airport transfers (at a set time), luggage transfers and bike support between each Hotel. 


Getting There

We suggest that you book a single flight to Porto Airport, Portugal where a private transfer (at a set time) will take you and the rest of the Team to our Hotel.  

To return back home, we recommend a single flight from Compostella Airport, Spain.

NB: If you have the time, we strongly recommend allowing yourself a day or so to experience Porto before meeting the group – this would be a personal arrangement.


Daily Itinerary

A basic itinerary can be found below. For the full itinerary please click here


Day 1 – Saturday 5 October 2024

Arrive in Porto, Portugal


Day 2 – Sunday 6 October 2024

Challenge Day 1

Distance: Porto – Esposende: 38 Miles – START

Method: Cycle


Day 3 – Monday 7 October 2024

Challenge Day 2

Distance: Esposende – A Guardia: 35 Miles

Method: Cycle


Day 4 – Tuesday 8 October 2024

Challenge Day 3

Distance: A Guardia – Vigo: 35 Miles

Method: Cycle


Day 5 – Wednesday 9 October 2024

Challenge Day 4

Distance: Vigo – Pontevedra: 22 Miles

Method: Walk


Day 6 – Thursday 10 October 2024

Challenge Day 5

Distance: Pontevedra – Padron: 26 Miles

Method: Walk


Day 7 – Friday 11 October 2024

Challenge Day 6

Distance: Padron – Santiago de Compostella: 17 Miles – FINISH

Method: Walk


Day 8 – Saturday 12 October 2024

Free day to explore the city!


Day 9 – Saturday 13 October 2024

Home Time!


For the full itinerary please click here

Costs and what is included

What are the 2024 challenge costs?

You have a choice of a twin or single room.


Deposit: £375+ Tour Cost (depending on your room choice)


What is included in the costs

SO MUCH... 8 nights' accommodation with en-suite bathrooms, breakfast each day, 7 x evening meals, luggage transfers, standard bike hire, English-speaking trek guide and Pilgrim Passport! On top of all this, you will receive tailored and unique support from our Events Team, along with 2 packs bursting full of kit to help you on your way. For the full list of what is included click here


What is not included in the costs?

Full details can be found here


How can I pay?

There are 2 ways that you can pay for this amazing Coastal adventure: in full, or deposit followed by monthly instalments. More details can be found here.


Money Back Scheme!

That's right, if you raise more than £1500 fundraising, then we can start refunding part of your tour costs. Read here for full details. 


How much do I need to raise?

We ask that everyone who enters The Camino Portugués 2024, aims to raise a minimum of £850. To help, we have broken this down, with fundraising deadlines along the way! For more information see here!


Can you help me with my fundraising?

Absolutely! We have a fantastic fundraising team who will help you along the way, by telephone and email.


You will be provided with an exclusive Camino Portugués to Santiago Training Plan to make sure you are at your peak fitness for the Challenge. Walk the Walk have been training teams for over 25 years so we know exactly what you have to do!


14-week Training Plan will be sent out with your Walker Pack. For this challenge, you will need to commit to the training plan. It can be intense as it includes consecutive days of training walks and also cycling days, so you will need to consider your time. What we can guarantee is that the Training Plan will fully prepare you to walk and cycle 173 miles over 6 consecutive days. Alongside this, we also recommend taking part in other activities such as swimming or Pilates, an ideal companion to walking, in order to increase your overall level of fitness. 


The route is split into two... Cycling and Walking!

Cycling, is a mix of on-road, and off-road pathways. The walking is a variety of tarmac,  stone or dirt paths depending on the area.

Whilst the terrain is not extreme in any way and in the main comfortable, the challenge is in the overall distance covered and with the two disciplines of cycling and walking.

The cycling is not extreme and is suitable for anyone who can ride a bike... however, we would recommend that if you have not ridden a bike for some time that you do include it into your training and preparation.


By the time we arrive in Porto, all members of the Team must feel comfortable cycling on roads, and have a competent level of road safety, be able to signal with either hand and feel confident to ride amongst traffic where needed.

Looking for More Information?

Would you like to speak to someone about the Challenge? Give the Events Team a call on 01483 741430 or send them an email here.


For further information about this challenge, please click here.


Over 25 years of Walking the Walk

What our Walkers have to say...

Loved every minute! Now, it's your turn to be part of the Camino Adventure!- WTW

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Travelling from one country to another on bike and foot, was simply WOW!- Rachael

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