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LIVE from the Camino Stopovers Between Tui and Santiago

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Lightfeet

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Camino(s) past & future
Portugal 2019
We have walked from Porto and will get Tui.tomorrow We have plenty of time to take it easy getting to Santiago. Any suggestions for accommodations that are around 10 km apart? nuggestions for stopovers? Would it be good to stay two nights iin Tui?
 

FLEUR

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances 2012 - 2016
Voie de Paris / Tours Aulnay to Saintes 2017
Camino del Baztan 2018
One night in Tui was fine not sure I'd have liked two. Pontevedra was a great place also Arcade.
 

bmcbride

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Camino(s) past & future
Frances (2014), Camino Inca (2015), Primitivo (2017), Portugues (2018), Finisterre (2018)
I would suggest taking an extra day in Tui.
 

David Tallan

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Camino(s) past & future
Frances (1989 and 2016), Portugues - from Porto (2018)
We have walked from Porto and will get Tui.tomorrow We have plenty of time to take it easy getting to Santiago. Any suggestions for accommodations that are around 10 km apart? nuggestions for stopovers? Would it be good to stay two nights iin Tui?
You could stop at Valença instead of Tui and give Portugal a last hurrah, crossing the bridge and spending the next day in Tui. Good places for stopovers are Pontevedra with plenty of sites to see, Caldas de Reis to enjoy the hot springs spa, or Padrón with its many sites associated with St. James. Or you could do the Variante Espiritual.
 

Michael-FL

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Caminho Portugues (2017)
Frances/Salvador/Primitivo (2021)
We have walked from Porto and will get Tui.tomorrow We have plenty of time to take it easy getting to Santiago. Any suggestions for accommodations that are around 10 km apart? nuggestions for stopovers? Would it be good to stay two nights iin Tui?
Tui is a lovely town. For me, the highlight was the Cathedral, well worth a visit. I have to admit, my Camino was a spiritual one, so visiting the Cathedral, attending Mass there, and wandering the nave and cloister was memorable. The square and cobbled streets in front had a wide variety of cafes, bars and restaurants. So it might be a good stopover. Ponte Vedra was also a highlight, much bigger and busier than Tui and the nightlife goes well into the wee hours. Ponte Vedra too, is rich in historical treasures, so that might also be a good stopover. Bom Caminho
 

Lightfeet

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Portugal 2019
Thank you all! We are stopping over a day in Tui and happy to be doing so in order to further explore this town and have a little downtime/ planning time.
 

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