Our trekking programs are guided by a professional guide, concerned with your safety, who will provide you with an experience of discovering the region's history, heritage, geology, local flora and fauna.


The walks can be complemented with gastronomic and cultural experiences. We privilege contact with local people because we believe that this contact contributes to a more authentic and genuine experience.

The Region and the Routes

The Algarve is divided into three main sub-regions: the coast, the barrocal and the mountains. In all its extension we find protected areas, very important for their biodiversity, some of them also being crossing points for many species of migratory birds. 

We offer trekking programs all over the Algarve (and Baixo Alentejo).


It is on the coast that the main urban centres and the greatest economic activity are found. The landscape is diverse, composed of cliffs, extensive sands, marshes or dunes. In the Western Algarve predominate the calcareous cliffs with small beaches and in the Eastern Algarve predominate the flat and sandy soils. 

Some of the routes we do along the coast:

Golden Coast Cliffs
7 Hanging Valleys
Leixão da Gaivota Trail
The Natural Park of the Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina

The Natural Park of the Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina has a great richness and diversity of coastal habitats such as beaches, cliffs and rocks; and terrestrial habitats such as the scrublands, the heaths, the irrigated and dry cultures.

Its geographic and climatic specificities have given rise to a presence of endemic and rare flora.

The Vincentian Route, with its historical route and fishermen's trails is a great route that ends in the legendary Cape St. Vincent. To travel it is to discover a coast almost unchanged by man, with a succession of beaches, some shaped by the mouth of a stream, others with curious geological xystic or limestone formations, and others with important dune systems in constant mutation.




Some of the routes at the PNCVSA:

Cordoama Viewpoint
Vila do Bispo
Telheiro Beach Trail
Vila do Bispo
Amoreira Beach Trail
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The Monchique mountain range has volcanic origin. The climate is more humid and the soil is richer in nutrients. Monchique has several water springs and thermal springs that date back to Roman times.

The highest altitude in the Algarve is at the peak of Foia where, on days of good visibility, the views over the coast are magnificent.

Some of the routes we do in Monchique:

Shepherd Rote
Miller Route
Picos Viewpoint
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In the interior, in the transition zone between the coast and the mountains, is the barrocal area. The barrocal is the "orchard of the Algarve", where vegetable gardens and agricultural land predominate. It is possible to find various crops of almond, fig, orange and carob trees. The soil is composed essentially of limestone and schist. The flora is rich and diverse and water flows abound.


Some of the routes we take in the Barrocal:

7 Fountains Trail
Rocha da Pena
Algibre Stream
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 From 30€/PAX 
Private Groups of 2 to 8 people
Included: guide, insurance, pick-up and drop-off
Not included: water bottle, snacks
In order to reduce our consumption of natural resources, we advise you to bring a reusable bottle.
Difficulty of the routes: The degree of difficulty and the length of some routes are adaptable. 
Fill out the form below to help us choose the most suitable route for you and your group, according to the group's preferences and characteristics. 
If you want to take a route in another area not shown on this page, mention this on the form.

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Tel: (+351) 969 467 275 / (+351) 962 647 741


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