Sporting tourism

Sport tourism by bicycle in Portugal is a popular option for those who like to explore the country in an active and healthy way. Portugal offers a wide variety of landscapes that are ideal for cycling, from the Atlantic coast to the mountains of the interior. There are many routes for cyclists of all levels, from beginners to experienced cyclists.

Some of the most popular cycling routes in Portugal include:
  • Ecovia do Litoral: A route that follows the Algarve coast from Vila Real de Santo António to Sagres, passing through beautiful beaches, fishing villages and coastal landscapes.
  • Rota Vicentina: A route that follows the southwest coast of Portugal, from Cape St. Vincent to Odeceixe, passing through cliffs, deserted beaches and rural villages
  • National Road 2: Known as the longest route in Portugal, the EN2 connects Chaves to Faro, crossing the country from north to south, passing through varied landscapes and picturesque towns and cities.
  • Douro Cycle Path: A route that follows the Douro River, passing through vineyards, farms and picturesque villages, and offering breathtaking views over the landscape.
  • Serra da Estrela: The mountain roads in the Serra da Estrela offer some of the toughest challenges for cyclists in Portugal, but also some of the most impressive scenery.
We also offer guided bike tours in Portugal, including food tours that allow cyclists to sample local cuisine during the ride. Some hotels and resorts also offer packages that include bicycles for guest use and suggested routes. Throughout mainland Portugal, we have bicycle hire available for those who wish to explore the region on their own.
Turismo desportivo em bicicleta por Portugal

Cycling sports tourism in Portugal

The motivations of sports tourism respect the increasingly broad sections of the population Sport tourism by bicycle for all ages and for all tourists visiting Portugal Sport tourism on bicycle aims to focus on the practice of sport activity. Whether it’s hunting, fishing, water sports, mountaineering, skiing, tennis, golf or cycling. Another purpose of the […]

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