Rota Vicentina Bike Tour

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9 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
332 Km
avg 55 Km
Guided

Cycle the headlands of the wild Atlantic shores

Our Rota Vicentina bike tour explores the beautiful and rugged Atlantic west coast of Portugal, cycling through white washed villages and cork forests along the way.

We first ran our popular Blue Coast bike tour back in 1986, when the Rota Vicentina did not even exist. Now, as all those years ago, this classic tour has you coasting along quiet back roads from Lisbon to Lagos and the brilliant beaches of the Algarve. 

You'll experience a memorable montage on this sea side bike tour of Portugal: magnificent coastal seascapes, pastoral farmlands, working windmills, tiny fishing villages and historical monuments such as Henry the Navigator's Navigational School perched on a wild headland over the blue waters of the Algarve.


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Tour Location

Country:
Portugal
Region:
Alentejo|Algarve
From:
Lisbon
To:
Lagos

Tour Information

Guiding:
Guided
Duration:
9 Days
Level:
Easy/Moderate
Terrain:
Off-road|On-road|Flat (mostly)|Hills|Mixed On/Off-road
More Options:
Point to Point|Electric Bike
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
EUR 2995

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
332 Km
Riding Days:
6
Month(s):
April|May|June|September|October
Departure:

Private Tour, open to your dates.

Additional Information

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Single Supplement: €500

Inclusions

Hybrid or Road bicycle hire for the tour duration
Daily breakfasts, 4 lunches, 7 dinners, and en route snacks available at all times from the van.
Carefully selected local wine or beer with every delicious meal.
Expert guides with extensive local knowledge, who go above and beyond to cater to your every need.
Entrance fees to all scheduled historic sites, museums, and scenic natural parks.
Pick up and drop off before and after your tour from convenient locations.

Options

E-bikes or race bikes available

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