3.60km → Porto Muge → Omnias
To Santiago: 

One bar and some picnic spots in town. Recognizable for the large bridge that crosses the river.

At the end of town, the paved road gives way to a rural farm road. It is a clear path all the way to Omnias.


Stock up on water here, 13+ km of nothing ahead! 


Photo in Porto Muge on the Camino de Santiago
Accommodation in Porto Muge


Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Amazing place to stay, worth the long long journey fr villafranca de xira. It was like a home away from home and Paula is simply the nicest person. It's these places and people that make the Camino what it is.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

Merchanta is also worth considering for welcoming accommodation. It has a higher price than most, but has a swimming pool and is a beautiful quinta.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

It is not listed on the app but
don’t miss it. Our stay there was a highlight. Paula is a wonderful host and nothing is too much. Highly recommended !

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

QUINTA DA BURRA-as previous comment, a lovely place to stay. Paula welcomes you with a big smile, tea or fresh orange juice and an offer to wash your clothes. Her place is lovely as is she. Dinner was simple but good and breakfast is filling. All you need for a night on the Camino is here.

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

The subject field didn’t work properly - the name of the Paula’s farm stay is called Quinta da Burra. You can find it on google easily enough

Camino de Santi... (not verified) said:

For some reason this is not listed under accommodation but it’s 1km further than the Casa do Rio and it’s an oasis. Paula the owner is a retired architect and undertook a massive renovation project of an old rundown farmhouse. She is warm, friendly, helpful. She cooks dinner for you, and you pay whatever you want. She’ll wash your clothes for you for free and make sandwiches for you to take on the Camino the next day. Wish I could stay here for a week.