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Walking Holidays in Portugal

Portugal offers richly rewarding cultural experiences for those looking for guided walking holidays with a difference. You can soak up the sun, excite your mind and embrace the sensational surroundings on our enchanting getaway. We will lead the way as you meander a diverse range of trails in this blissful destination.

Astonishing Algarve Adventures

Who could resist an escape to the cultured Algarve region? There is a land of opportunity when you explore this area on foot. Relish breathtaking boat trips and vibrant vineyards, alongside wonderful walled towns. 

Enjoy a scenic drive to Cape St. Vincent - the incredible, southwesternmost point of both Portugal and mainland Europe. We’ll amble between the two glorious beaches here to lap up the clear skies and balmy temperatures. 

Medieval Portugal

Although many travellers flock to the coastline for the hot tourist spots, we aim to take you off the beaten track to explore Portugal in a unique and authentic light. 

Our Medieval Portugal one‑week walking and sightseeing holiday combines the deeply interesting culture of this historically important country with the favours of holiday luxury. You’ll follow the trail of the Knights Templar visiting fascinating monuments including UNESCO World Heritage Sites along the way.

Adagio Style Travel 

To make the most of walking in Portugal, you’ll be accompanied by experienced leaders. With a wealth of knowledge about the area, they will provide you with a well-rounded experience while catering to your individual needs.

Book your trip with Adagio today, to make extraordinary memories at a gentle pace. 

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Guided Adagio Holidays

This holiday includes an active sightseeing programme with unchallenging walks, either city tours or strolls on relatively easy terrain in the surrounding countryside. If in a mountainous area, the walks will be amongst the hills rather than up and down them. Local guides, winery visits, traditional villages and time to pause and watch the locals going about their lives are likely to feature.

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