Algarve Coastal Trails

Algarve Coastal Trails

Follow the cliffs, beaches and turquoise ocean of Portugal’s Algarve Coast from Lagos to Cabo Sao Vincente. Secluded sandy beaches, white-washed fishing villages, excellent hotels and freshl caught seafood combine to delight you at every turn of the trail. 

The walk explores the beauty of the Algarve coast, where you can marvel at the weathered ochre-coloured cliffs, stroll barefoot along white sand beaches, birdwatch over blue lagoons, enjoy a freshly caught seafood feast overlooking picturesque harbours and wander the cobbled streets of Lagos, Sagres, and Salema. Abandoned fortresses along the way remind you of a time when this coast was ravaged by pirates. For one day your route takes you inland through rural villages and forests, where you can experience the true colours of Portugal. 
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updated on: December 19, 2017
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Hiking trail

Lagos to Luz Beach

December 19, 2017
10.7 km
3:21 h
195 m
160 m
Follow the cliffs lining the coast to Luz, where a golden sand beach awaits you.
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from Minna Harshbarger,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail

Luz to Salema

December 19, 2017
12.3 km
3:45 h
196 m
232 m
Absorb the sights and sounds as you walk from Luz to Salema via Burgau, a quiet typical seaside village with a golden beach enclosed by cliffs.
from Minna Harshbarger,   Macs Adventure
December 19, 2017
17.3 km
4:46 h
207 m
264 m
Choose between a harder or easier option today and begin the day with a transfer from Salema to Barão de São João.
from Minna Harshbarger,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Portugal

Salema to Sagres

December 19, 2017
15.8 km
4:38 h
325 m
305 m
Discover secret beaches, lagoons, and pass the beaches of Ingrina and Zavial. 
from Minna Harshbarger,   Macs Adventure
December 19, 2017
12.4 km
3:22 h
110 m
101 m
Reach Cabo San Vicente and admire the lighthouse at Cabo San Vicente - is the final destination for today's walk.  
from Minna Harshbarger,   Macs Adventure