Caminito del Rey – The radical experience in Spain
Caminito del Rey is a natural pedestrian trail in the Malaga region. It was once one of the most dangerous trails to take because it is located on a vertical rock wall with a watercourse below.
Fragas de São Simão walkway and Viewpoint | Figueiró dos Vinhos
Right in the centre of Portugal, there is a walkway with a spectacular viewpoint and a river beach waiting to be visited. The footbridge and viewpoint of Fragas de São Simão are located between Figueiró dos Vinhos and Avelar.
Traditional schist villages in Portugal
Visiting the Lousã Hills in Portugal is synonymous of nature, trails and Schist Villages. During the summer it is also synonymous of beautiful river beaches and some waterfalls.
Monchique, Algarve: Waterfalls pedestrian route
The Waterfalls Pedestrian Route is a circular route that starts and ends at Foia in Monchique, the highest point in the Algarve and passes close to several waterfalls.
Vigario waterfall: the refreshing oasis in the Algarve
This 24 meters waterfall continues to be a pleasant and refreshing place in the Algarve inland and is one of the places to have on your bucket list when visiting the Algarve.
Garrão and Ancão: golden dune beaches near Quinta do Lago Resort
Garrão and Ancão beaches are beaches located in the most touristic areas of the municipality of Loulé, near Faro international airport. Both interconnected by a new wooden walkway that allows you to walk through its dunes while respecting the surrounding nature.
Trekking in the Algarviana Route: the access from São Brás
Walk through the Algarve inland, departing in the center of Parises to São Brás de Alportel. The itinerary is a connection to the Algarviana Route between Cachopo and Barranco do Velho.
Falesia Beach: Trekking through the cliffs on the most beautiful beaches in the Algarve
Falésia beach, one of the most popular in Vilamoura, Albufeira and also in the whole of the Algarve, has a continuous 6 km long stretch of sand under the high cliffs in brown and whitish tones.
Algarviana Route between Cachopo and Barranco do Velho
The sector 5 of Via Algarviana, has 1280M of accumulated altitude and is considered very difficult. It starts in the beautiful village of Cachopo and ends in Barranco do Velho.
Walking tour on Algarviana Route from Barranco do Velho to Salir
The course, sector 6 of Algarviana Route, it's 269M accumulated altitude and is considered easy. It's start on Barranco do Velho and end in beautiful village of Salir.