This is the last stage of the Camino Portugues that runs in Portugal; by the end of the day, you will reach the town of Tui in Galicia. It is one of the most accessible stages as well, with only a tiny descent after leaving Rubiães.
Up until Valencia, there aren’t many villages that you will cross, with the notable exception of Fontoura, a village with 500 people where you can visit the São Miguel de Fontoura church.
Plenty of facilities are on the road today, and you will have time to explore the wonderful town of Valenca do Minho, the last place you will visit in Portugal. Here, you will want to visit the fortress dating back to the 13th century and the Romanesque churches of Saint Stephen and Saint Mary.
On your way to Tui, you will cross the old international bridge built in 1879 over the Minho River.
You can follow this link and book a hostel or room in Tui or search for accommodation on your way! Buen Camino!