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Walking Trails

Unearth the wild beauty of Sagres & Vila do Bispo's walking trails in a protected park, spanning 110 km of pristine coastline & 75,000 hectares of untouched habitats. Here, you'll encounter rare endemic plants and a thriving ecosystem of amphibians, birds, and sea fauna. Some trails even link to the renowned Rota Vicentina and Via Algarviana networks, offering an adventure that's both familiar and uncharted. Step into nature's embrace and experience the untouched allure of Sagres and Vila do Bispo, where every path reveals a hidden gem.

Rota Vicentina

The Rota Vicentina unfolds like a hidden gem along the rugged southwest coast of Portugal. 110 kilometers of untamed coastline and nestled within the Southwest Alentejo and Vicentina Coast Natural Park, it cradles 75,000 hectares of diverse, untouched habitats. Here, endemic plants flourish, and a thriving ecosystem hums with amphibians, birds, and marine life.

This coastal haven unites two distinct Portuguese regions, blending the tranquility and romance of Alentejo with the genuine, wild beauty of the Algarve. It's a realm where nature reigns supreme, where rural life thrives authentically, and a mild climate, blessed with over 300 days of sunshine per year, invites you to explore.

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Via Algarviana

Via Algarviana is a special trail that takes you through the heart of the Algarve region in Portugal. It's a long route, over 300 kilometers long, that guides you through some of the most beautiful landscapes.

This trail meanders through diverse landscapes, from hills to forests, giving you a chance to connect with nature at its best. Along the way, you'll come across various plants and animals that call this region home.

Via Algarviana welcomes you to explore the real side of the Algarve, where life moves at a relaxed pace, and nature is the star of the show. The weather here is mild, with lots of sunny days to enjoy.

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