For bicycle lovers, we have created a program that allows you to travel the Northern Way, between Porto and Fatima, by bike avoiding the main roads and prefer rural roads with less traffic towards Fatima, one of the most important places of World Pilgrimage.

It is a program in 6 stages, which will allow you to discover the charms of the central region of Portugal, with all the comfort and with our material and logistical support.

DURATION 8 days – 7 nights
DISTANCE 229 km in 6 stages
2 people
AVAILABILITY March to November
7 nights accommodation with breakfast
Luggage transfer between accommodations (1 suitcase per person)
Support 24/7
Pilgrim Kit
Roadbook (descriptions and tips)
Flights, transfers, meals, additional tours, insurance, personal expenses, everything not mentioned in “Included”
PRICE Per person in double bedroom: on request
EXTRAS Single supplement: on request
Solo traveller supplement: on request


– We are a local company, so there are no intermediaries when booking with us. Our goal is to offer you the best quality / price ratio possible and provide you with all the support you need.
– The hotels in our programs are regularly inspected by our team and are selected according to strict quality and location criteria.

– We do not organize groups / excursions. The program described above was designed for Pilgrims on a self-guided basis.

– We do not organize programs arriving in Fatima between the 10th and 15th of May, August and October.




Free day in Porto
Meeting with a PGW staff to receive the documentation and have a briefing.

Alojamento: Hotel 3*



The Porto Cathedral is the starting point of the Way and the end for the first day is in Lourosa. You will have the Douro River as a backdrop, for a few kilometers of walking, passing by the ex-libris of the city of Porto. The journey is relatively easy, with little hilly routes. Enjoy the views of Serra do Pilar, Serra de Negrelos and shortly after enter Lourosa.

From Lourosa to Oliveira de Azemeis, the path is traveled predominantly in rural areas. Cities like Santa Maria da Feira and São João da Madeira will be part of this day of walking. In the latter, be sure to visit the chapel of Nossa Senhora dos Milagres. The small slopes, rivers and streams will complete the scenario of the second day. It is worth noting the vast Cultural Heritage, highlighting the culture of these places.

Alojamento: Hotel 3*



On the second day, the stages are mostly in agricultural areas. After leaving Oliveira de Azeméis, you will pass by Senhor da Pedra (Old Roman bridge – invocative place in the old pilgrimage paths). Shortly afterwards he will leave the Metropolitan area of Porto behind, thus entering the region of Aveiro.

The Vouga River will lead you through much of the route. After crossing the bridge under the river, you will enter Lamas do Vouga, an old village on the bank of the river. The rest of the journey will be made by road until reaching Águeda. In a few kilometers you will then be in Águeda, a city known for its art festival, in an urban space – Umbrella Sky Project.

Alojamento: Hotel 3*


Stage 3: AGUEDA - COIMBRA (49 km)

This day is relatively easy and multifaceted. The departure from Águeda is done by roads that cross agricultural and forest land, with a wavy relief and easy execution, finding some industrial areas along the way. Enjoy the view over the vineyards of the famous demarcated wine region of Bairrada.

On the way to Coimbra, you will enjoy a markedly agricultural landscape, with several stretches of Roman pavement along the way. You should go through a dense forest area in Carqueijo, which will safeguard you from the busy N1 road. Arriving at Adémia de Baixo, Veiga do Rio Mondego will lead its route through the National Forest of Choupal, until the doors of the city of Coimbra, a World Heritage Site.

Alojamento: Hotel 3*


Stage 4: COIMBRA - ANSIÃO (49 km)

The stage begins with the crossing over the Mondego, along the sidewalk of Santa Isabel, and with the Convents of Santa Clara and São Francisco as a backdrop. After passing the Alto de Santa Clara the relief you will face will be smooth, passing through forest areas alternated with small towns until Condeixa-a-Nova had arrived.

The landscape you will find in this stage is incredibly rural and picturesque, with typical Mediterranean vegetation. Take advantage of this tranquility to enjoy your passage through the ruins of Conimbriga, follow the Roman road again along the river Moors, until you reach the small Villa Romana do Rabaçal (World Monuments Fund).

When leaving Rabaçal, on the left side, you can see the ruins of Castelo de São Germanelo ordered by the first king of Portugal, D. Afonso Henriques, and follow a long stretch of Roman pavement. Olive groves and agricultural fields mark the scene of this day where a wavy and smooth relief prevails. Arrive at Ansião by the Ponte da Cal, over the waters of the Nabão River.

Alojamento: Hotel 3*


Stage 5: ANSIÃO – OURÉM (46 km)

Today will be marked by changes in relief, distinct from the last stages, with a route marked by slopes of valleys and crossing large forest areas, until reaching the small village of Freixianda that will mark the end of another journey.

This will be another day marked by several forest sections and rural areas. The path to Ourém continues through the fields, around Caxarias and Seiça, where you can visit the Church of Nossa Senhora da Purificação and the Casa Museu de Seiça. In Ourém be sure to visit the medieval castle.

Alojamento: Hotel 3*


Stage 6: OURÉM - FÁTIMA (16 km)

On the last day of the Fatima Way, the route winds between rural paths and some road sections. Arriving at the Sanctuary of Fátima, you can experience the magic inherent in this Sacred site. The Churches, Museums, Places of Memory that evoke historical events make this final journey, a more reflective moment and closer to our Faith.

Alojamento: Hotel 3*



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