Caminho Português Traditional Gallery

  • Pontevedra


    While not on the same scale as Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra has its fair share of historic buildings, churches and…

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  • Caldas de Reis

    Caldas de Reis

    Caldas de Reis This town lies between the rivers Umia and Bermaña.  This town is known for its thermal waters…

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  • Padrón


    Padrón is a town with great religious and historic significance and it has also been the birthplace of some of…

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  • Tui


    The city of Tui is in the south of the Pontevedra province and is separated from Portugal by the river…

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  • Valença


    The Minho is the main province in Portugal the Camino route traverses from Barcelos until we enter Spain. This region delivers…

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  • Ponte de Lima

    Ponte de Lima

    Ponte de Lima is a market town on the south bank of the Lima River facing a magnificent Roman bridge…

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  • Barcelos


    Barcelos is known for its handmade ceramics, especially the Galo de Barcelos – a colorful cockerel which is acknowledged as…

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