Level of difficulty: Exigent
Day 1: Arrival
Welcome at airport or hotel in Lisbon. Transfer to first Hotel in Sesimbra (30min) and briefing about tour.
Lodging Hotel SPA( 4*)
Day 2:Arrabida National Park - Sesimbra to Comporta (54km, 500D+)
Riding up Arrabida Natural Park with amazing sea views from the cliffs. you will admire the beautiful and exuberant Mediterranean landscapes and an incredible coast with
agreeable beaches where the fine sand and clear sea waters show a strong contrast of unusual colours. Ferry to cross of river Sado to reach Troia Peninsula
Lodging Guest House
Day 3:Sierra and Sea - Comporta to Porto Covo (90km, 800D+)
Start day by trails along canals and rice fields. Ride with the company of birds and numerous storks. Cross a Sierra - the landscape changes suddenly, you left the plains and sandy pine forest and get into a up and down road through an incredible Cork Forest. Pass Santiago, a village with a Castle. Left Santiago by a road on the sierra and get to the sea. You will enter the Natural Park on a scenic road over the sea and arrive to Porto Covo typical village
Lodging Hotel (3*)
Day 4: The Storks on the cliffs - Porto Covo to Odeceixe (75km, 600D+)
From here to the end of this tour you are in the Natural Park. Start day going inland till you get to Milfontes. Ride on SW Alentejano Natural Park with amazing views over the sea and visit stunning Sardao cape. Admire the incredible Stork chest's on the cliffs! Ride near spectacular cliffs and visit typical village Zambujeira. Continue through fields till you go down to a river. Crossing the river let'syou came into a new region - the Wild Algarve!
Lodging Charming Guest House
Day 5:The Wild Algarve Coast - Odeceixe to Pedralva (74km, 1000D+)
Start the day going to one of the most beautiful scenery of this coast - Odeceixe beach! After crossing a plateau you will go down again for more incredible beaches. Then follow a valley where once caravels sailed to the village of Aljezur about 5 km inland. Go up the narrow streets through typical houses and get up to the medieval castle of Aljezur! Ride through some forests and get again close to sea by typical village of Bordeira. Ride through beautiful valleys till you get to a typical and old village onde abandoned and recovered as a hotel!
Lodging: Charming Village Hotel
Day 6: Where land end and sea begin - Pedralva to Sagres (57km,700D+)
Return to the sea, passing Carrapateira village and follow a dirt road along the sea that shows this region at its most beautiful. Pass by stunning beaches, with incredible colourful cliffs. Go up on a dirt road under through a beatiful round pine forest. Relax on flat road for a while and go again close to sea by a amazing dirt road over the cliffs and crossing beautiful beaches. Some steep up hill to get out of the beaches! Then ride South along Algarve wild coast till Cape S. Vicente - the southwestern-most point of Continental Europe. Lodging in Sagres in a 4* new hotel over the sea, surrounded by stunning desert beaches.
Lodging: Hotel (4*)
Private transfer to Lisbon (3h, 300km).
Included in self guided Tour:
Detailed information about tour, including maps and GPS track
Lisbon Airport transfer to first Hotel and briefing about tour
Private transfer from tour end to Lisbon (3h, 300km)
6 nights lodging, one 3*Hotel, two 4*Hotel, one Charming village Hotel and 2 Charming Guest House on BB basis
Liability Insurance and Personal Accident Insurance
Telephone (free to call us)
Optional in Self Guided Tour:
Luggage Transfer from Hotels everyday during tour - 379€ (from 1 to 4 persons, + 95€ per person > 4 )
GPS rental for tour 65€ (per GPS for the whole tour)
Hybrid Bike rental - 100€ per bike / tour
|Portugal Wild Coast Cycling 7d|
7580 Comporta, Portugal
Porto Covo, Portugal
Vila do Bispo Municipality, Portugal
8650 Sagres, Portugal
|Medium season (April, May, October)||From: 0|| Single Sup + 239€|
|High season (Jun and September) ||From: 0|| Single Sup + 299€|
|Special season (July and August)||From: 0|| Single Sup + 349€|
|Bike Rental||From: 0|| per bike for 5 days cycling|