Portfolio Category: Camino Português Traditional

Pontevedra

While not on the same scale as Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra has its fair share of historic buildings, churches and monuments, along with plenty of attractive plazas and a large shopping district. Most of the town is on level, flat ground, although the older district requires you to walk up and down a slight incline.…
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Caldas de Reis

Caldas de Reis This town lies between the rivers Umia and Bermaña.  This town is known for its thermal waters which have gushed from the ground source at a constant temperature of 40°C/104°F for millennia. Caldas de Reis is known as Galicia’s major health spa.  You can rest your feet in the hot spring fountain…
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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 Galicia's most famous and celebrated citizens, most notably Camilo Jose Cela, who was awarded a Nobel prize for literature and Rosalia de Castro, a poet and writer who remains popular and famous today. It has…
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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 Minho. The Portuguese town of Valença sits on a hill just across the river and the two towns face each other over a valley. Both towns are connected by a nineteenth century bridge. Today Tui…
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