It's a place of journey. Of transformation. Hike along the border between two countries. Discover tiny Spanish villages with surprising Celtic ties. Gaze out over the immense and powerful sea. Sip refreshing vinho verde, which pairs perfectly with the fresh seafood we sample along the coast. Join pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago. Find your path.
1 Meet in Porto, a World Heritage city with a colorful history | Journey to Vitorino dos Piães and hike a section of the Caminho Português (Portuguese Way) | Relish lunch at a traditional quinta (farm).
2 Venture through eucalyptus woodland in the Labruja Mountains | Green hills, forests and rural villages provide a tranquil backdrop en route to Rubiães | Taste Portuguese wines in our hotel's private cellar.
3 Hike to the top of Monte Santa Tecla for views of the Minho estuary | Travel to Spain and walk to circular castros, remains of an ancient settlement | In atmospheric A Guarda, try the local zamburiñas (scallops) | Walk a section of the Coastal Camino, savoring panoramic vistas of the rugged coastline on your way to the stunning Oia Monastery | Soak up the charm of Baiona's fishing port and historic quarter.
4 Journey by private boat to explore Cíes Island Nature Reserve, one of Spain's most spectacular national parks | Relax on white-sand beaches or walk across pristine Monteagudo Island.
5-6 Enjoy the lively pilgrimage atmosphere along the Camino Francés (French Way) en route to Santiago de Compostela | Tour the old quarter of beautiful Santiago | Enter the magnificent cathedral with hundreds of pilgrims—a memorable way to cap off your trip!