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Waters of Portugal

In 2015 I walked the medieval pilgrimage path which runs from Porto in Portugal to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia (Spain). Here are some photos on the theme of ‘water’. Please take a moment to upvote your favourites 🙂

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#1 Across the Rio Minho

View across the Rio Minho estuary to Portugal, from the Iron Age Castro De Santa Trega in Galicia

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#2 On the banks of the Rio Cávado

An idyllic spot on the banks of the Rio Cávado in Barcelos

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#3 Bridge across the Cávado

Bridge across the Rio Cávado in Barcelos

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#4 The wild Atlantic coast

Fishing the wild Atlantic on a stormy morning at Vila Praia de Ă‚ncora.

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#5 Borderlands

The beautiful River Minho forms the frontier between Portugal and Spain

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#6 Bridging the Divide

Outside the medieval walled city of Valença, this bridge reaches across the river to Spain

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  1. I didn’t know there was a pilgrims’ walk from Portugal to Galicia. The Camino de Santiago ends there too, I think.
    I walked the other end, from Pamplona to France, with my son, his wife and toddler. Rough terrain over tree roots eroded from crumbling soil, but beautiful.
    Thanks for showing me these.
    Love the wild sea in that first picture.




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