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Walking & Cycling in the Algarve

Walking & Cycling in the Algarve

Algarve Walking & Cycling

Walking Portugal's Wild Algarve

Walking Portugal's Coast and Beaches
8 Days from £ 1,799
£ 1,709

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Go beyond the Algarve and explore Portugal's pristine coastal trails

Walking & Trekking

Cycling in The Real Algarve

Algarve
7 Days from £ 1,439

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Explore the unspoilt wild coastline, pretty white villages and deserted cycling routes of the Algarve

Cycling

Walking the Algarve's South West

Algarve
11 Days from £ 1,799

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Discover the South-West corner of the Algarve following coastal footpaths and inland trails

Walking & Trekking

Walk the Algarve's Wild West

Lighthouse in Cabo Sao Vicente
7 Days from £ 1,329

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

See the best of the unspoilt Western Algarve region – lush flora, diverse fauna and dramatic Atlantic seascapes

Walking & Trekking

Such a lovely holiday on the Portuguese Atlantic coastline. Walking along beaches and cliff tops, beautiful scenery every day. The guides Ines and Luis, were very knowledgeable, professional and helpful. The hotels were good. Transfer by mini bus to walks and hotels, all included. Would highly recommend.

Frances Kinchin Walking Portugal's Wild Algarve

I nearly didn’t go on this trip as I prefer longer walks with more challenge, however I’m really glad I went! Who can fail to enjoy themselves where there’s a beautiful view everywhere you look, the weather is wonderful (22 degrees on average over Easter when I was there) and the paths and walking is varied. Even if you’re used to doing level 4 or higher graded walks I still think there’s much to enjoy and yo’d be missing out by omitting it because it’s a level 2. The guides (Luis and Francisco) were helpful without being bossy, knowledgeable without labouring the point and just really easy company.

H C Walking Portugal's Wild Algarve

Hikes along the coastline provided stunning views, coastal breezes, sounds of waves and pristine beaches. Francisco shared his extensive knowledge of the fauna and birds of the region and engaged the group in discussions on the environment. We enjoyed great food and wine and the visits to the Vicentino Vineyard and Junior Jacques Distillery were highlights!

Tina Wibe Walking Portugal's Wild Algarve