• 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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  • Statue of Henrique o Navegador in Porto

    Statue of Henrique o Navegador in Porto

    Infante Henrique of Portugal, Duke of Viseu, better known as Henry the Navigator was an important figure in 15th-century Portuguese…

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  • Finisterre or Cabo Fisterra

    Finisterre or Cabo Fisterra

    Wikipedia describes Finisterre as: "Cape Finisterre (Galician: Cabo Fisterra, Spanish: Cabo Finisterre) is a rock-bound peninsula on the west coast of Galicia, Spain.…

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  • The Delicacy Pulpo

    The Delicacy Pulpo

    Pulpo gallego is one of the most famous tapas dishes from Spain's northwestern region of Galicia, it features rounds of tender…

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  • Cathedral de Santiago de Compostela

    Cathedral de Santiago de Compostela

    The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela  is an integral component of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Galicia, Spain. The cathedral…

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  • Cruz de Ferro

    Cruz de Ferro

    As you leave the village of Foncebadon, you pass what remains of the church and hospital built by Gaucelmo. After…

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