Organize your group, club or friends on a walking holiday with us. Put them on a plane and 2 hours away
lies this amazing adventure.
Walk the Costa Vicintina on the SW Coast of Portugal.
Portugal is not first associated with walking but as it is with most places, when you start exploring, you find some truly beautiful and impressive scenery to explore. The walking is mainly coastal with massive sea cliffs, wild oceans,, delicate flowers,long white beaches, birds of prey, little white washed villages and the smell of a country that is still moving on slow time. Inland walking is more gentle, with farmland and small woods making up the scenery. The walks we offer are dynamic in that they can be tailored to suite different types of walkers, short walks, long walks, hilly hard walks or just short informative walks.
This is entirely up to the group or group leader.
Most groups stay 5-7 days, to fit in a full and worthwhile holiday.
Walking holidays can include either half or full days of other activities. No prior experience is needed for these activities.
We give suggestions and ideas for activities to suit individual group needs.
Types of groups
Any type of group wanting a real adventure. From Walking groups, to ramblers, to climbing parties, to a group of friends. If your up for the adventure, this is the perfect place for it.
The logistics are simple.
Get yourselves to Faro airport and we will take care of the rest. Transport, guides, equipment for
the different activities. Great food and comfortable accommodation.
Local knowledge on what to visit and what not to visit.
You can use all our services or you can just use the ones that you need.
Special offers on trips.
Cost: 68 Euros per person per day. All inclusive.
Including full board in Twin or double rooms on-suite, All meals, guide, transport and equipment.
Groups of 10 leader stays free.
Min group 6 PAX.
Experience Required: None
The limestone and slate sea cliffs of the algarve are little known and have some of the most
impressive, epic walks that you will find any where.
Walks vary in length and time. On a tough day you can do 20-km's of ridge walking,and 1400 meters of ascent, with 360 degree views of the endless seascapes disappearing into the horizon. For easier days there are great valley or contour walks. Stopping off in another village for a snack and a cold coke, you get a feel of how Portugal was,100 years ago. There are literally thousands of different walks to be done, of which I know a small percentage and learning more every day.