Prepayment for booking a place 50% - non-refundable (if the tour is canceled later than 1 month before the trip) The full payment one month before the trip
Full support at all stages of the journey
Accommodation in hotels
All travel expenses (car rental, toll roads, fuel, car insurance)
Day 1 LISBON
We arrive in Lisbon. We are moving into our beautiful apartments. After that, we go for a walk around the city, ride a yellow tram, admire the architecture and incredible lines of black and white tiles. Lisbon is a lively and beautiful city, you want to understand and feel it. We play the rest of the day. We definitely try the local cuisine, wine, seafood. Portugal is a very "tasty" country :) In the evening we once again discuss plans and look forward to the next day)
Day 2 Cabo da Roca and walking to the famous Beach Praia da Ursa (Azenhas do Mar Coastal Trail)
Starting Point: Cabo da Roca
Ending Point: Azenhas do Mar
Distance: 11.5 km point-to-point
Difficulty: Easy - Moderate
Our route starts from Cape Roca (the westernmost cape of the Eurasian continent). This place is stunning and amazing with its beauty and power of the ocean and waves.
From Cape Roca we will go north along the coast to one of the most beautiful wild beaches in Portugal - Praia da Ursa. This place is magnificent, it breathes with the wind and is washed with sea salt water. Coastal limestone cliffs of the most bizarre forms play with the imagination. Here you just want to sit on the white sandy shore, listen to the sound of the waves and the cries of seagulls.
After a short pause, we will continue to move. We are waiting for new landscapes and impressions. We will walk along a winding path over the ocean, we will go down to the water to look into the very soul of wild beaches.
Our route ends in Azenhas do Mar. It is a small charming village of old white houses floating above the sea. The village is located on a very high, steep rock, at the foot of which the ocean beats fiercely.
On this day, we will definitely try fresh fish caught by local fishermen.
Day 3 Cities or Nature?
On this day, we will all decide together whether to go kayaking or SUP and go part of the way on the Fishermen's trail or go on a trip to the most beautiful cities on the coast. Sintra, Obidos, Nazaré. In Nazaré we will also try to catch the biggest waves in the world. The choice largely depends on the weather :)
Part 1. If the weather is raging, or we decide to take a break after yesterday's long day, we suggest you go on an exciting journey through the cozy cities of Portugal.
Sintra and Pena Palace It's historic center is famous for its 19th-century Romanticist architecture, historic estates and villas, gardens, and royal palaces and castles, which resulted in the classification of the town as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A small village located in the center of western Portugal. it became known to the whole world thanks to the biggest waves that come in October and disappear at the end of March. One of the stages of the Surfing World Cup is held In Nazare.
This village is without a doubt one of the most popular and beautiful of Portugal. No wonder Obidos attracts people from all over the world. Its cute white buildings with colored doors and windows, winding cobbled streets and majestic medieval castle combine to create an incredible image.
On this day, we will also try the local cuisine and be sure to visit several fishing non-tourist villages.
Part 2 Benagil Cave and the Fishermen's Trail
The Benagil Cave on the Algarve coast is perhaps the most famous cave in Portugal, you can only get inside by water. If the weather is good, then we can take a kayak or sap tour and go to conquer the ocean) The feeling of being inside the cave is indescribable, a place with a very interesting atmosphere and energy.
After the water adventure, we will have lunch at a coastal restaurant and follow the fishermen's trail. We will pass a small part of it because the entire trail is designed for several days of travel and is 75 km long.
Our eyes will open to magnificent views of the ocean, gray and black rocks and yellow capes. This trail is very significant in Portugal, many locals have passed it more than once.
Day 4 Seven Hanging Valleys Trail
Trailhead: Praia da Marinha, or Praia de Vale Centianes
Distance: 12 km out-and-back
Time Needed: 4-5 hours out-and-back
This hike will be a real gem of our journey.
If you’re not used to sweeping coastal vistas, blue-green waters that perfectly contrast with the golden sand of countless beautiful beaches, and unique sinkholes that form deep caverns (only accessible by boat), then we can only imagine the sheer joy you’re going to experience as you hike the Seven Hanging Valleys Trail.
This hike is for the whole day
One of the evenings we will definitely stay on the coast to watch the stars.
After a busy day, we return to our cozy apartments.
Day 5 Last day in Portugal
On this day we will once again take a walk around Lisbon. We will buy souvenirs and gifts, walk along the beautiful streets of the city, and have lunch in an atmospheric cafe. Say goodbye to Portugal until the next exciting trip.