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A Walk Through the Algarve

A Walk Through the Algarve

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  • Holiday typeGuided walking
  • Duration10 nights
  • Accommodationhotel-to-hotel
  • Activity level
  • Call usfor dates and prices
  • What your holiday price includes
  • 10 nights hotel-to-hotel accommodation in a mix of and hotels
  • All buffet breakfasts, 7 evening meals and 8 lunches
  • Management by your local Headwater-appointed agent
  • Services of an experienced walking guide
  • Air conditioned vehicle
  • Medronho tasting
  • Optional Upgrades
  • Excellent choice for
  • Food lovers, wine lovers, flora & fauna, bird spotting opportunities, art & history, swimming opportunities, vegetarian meals, solo travellers, couples, coastal routes, lake & river routes
      from 27 reviews

Mrs Wood says...
In spite of the awful weather (storm Emma) throughout most of the holiday, we had a really good time thanks to Tiago who did his best to ensure that we got ...
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A Walk Through the Algarve

  • Cabo de Sao Vicente: Europe's south west tip and the starting point for the great explorers
  • Tavira: straddling the Rio Sequa, the last city before Spain and known as the city of churches
  • Superb mix of river paths, beautiful coastlines and mountain vistas
  • Maritime history in Lagos (home of Henry the Navigator) and Sagres Fort
  • Traditional local cuisine: fresh fish, tasty chouricos and superb cheese

This 10-day guided walk takes you on a journey through the natural beauty of the undiscovered Algarve exploring the full range of landscapes that this vibrant and varied region has to offer. Starting in the city of churches, Tavira, we'll head to the easternmost point of Portugal following the mighty Guadiana River, the natural border to Spain, before heading to the Barrocal (mid mountains). Explore the maritime history of Portugal and Europe in Lagos and Sagres, before we head out to the coast to be met by huge crashing waves and jaw-dropping views. The final three days of the trip are in the Serra de Monchique mountain range, which offer fantastic views over the whole region.

With Tiago, our local guide, we'll walk along diverse landscapes from river paths and untouched coastlines to the Monchique mountain range. Spanish and green lavender grow in abundance with 25+ types of orchids, mystic thyme and flowering yellow broom. Overhead you can see Bonelli's eagles, sparrow hawks, black kites, azure magpies and golden orioles whilst flamingos make their home in the salt marshes. As autumn arrives, the Algarve is one of the best places in Europe to see the annual migration, and with autumn and winter akin to springtime in the UK, you can be sure of warm Algarvian temperatures from autumn right through to May.

We'll enjoy three very different hand-picked hotels, all with pools. The **** Pousada in Tavira is a wonderfully restored C16 convent. In Pedralva, the owner, Antonio Ferreira, bought the entire village and refurbished each house to create Aldeia da Pedralva; each hotel 'room' is in fact an entire house for you to enjoy privately. Your last three nights are spent at the **** Villa Termal in Caldas de Monchique, where small individual hotel buildings and an atmospheric tapas bar create an almost Victorian village feel, with its town square as the focal point. The food in the region is simple yet delicious with daily fresh fish, cured hams, superb cheese and chourico that are as good as those from Spain or Italy. All of this is washed down by the fresh and fruity regional wines.

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Typical holiday itinerary

Walking information

The walks take place on mostly well-defined, gravel, stony and clay paths; there are some ascents and descents and walking boots are essential. Days 4, 5 and 8 are primarily sightseeing with short flat walks.

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Day 1 - Arrive in Tavira

Arrive in Tavira, your base for the next four nights. Enjoy dinner (included) at the hotel this evening. (Staying at Pousada da Tavira, Half board)

Day 2 - A Walk along the Guadiana 9km/6mi/3hr

We go east, stopping at the town of Alcoutim with its C14 castle and small international ferry! We then head to Laranjeiras where we follow the Guadiana River, passing pretty white villages, almond and olive groves, climbing between holm oaks and stone pines to a wonderful picnic spot. It's then on through the Laranjeiras ravine full of tamarisks, lavender and carob trees, spotting golden orioles as we go. (Staying st Pousada da Tavira, Breakfast only)

Day 3 - The 7 Springs of the Barrocal 9km/6mi/3hrs

Today it's up to the Barrocal to follow the 7 Springs route, a walk blending rivers, streams and springs, one of which, the Benemola, is one of the Algarve's most important water sources with four million litres of water discharging every hour. The flora is impressive with mystic thyme, yellow broom and Montpellier cistus. We stop in the village of Querenca with its pretty church and inviting bars and cafes.(Staying at Pousada da Tavira, Breakfast only)

Day 4 - Salt Marshes, Anchors and Tavira 4km/2.5mi/1.5hr

Today we head to Pedras d'el Rei for a morning walk along the salt marshes of the Ria Formosa Nature Reserve and Praia do Barril with its interesting 'anchor graveyard' and bizarre museum of the tuna fish industry! We return to Tavira for a free afternoon to explore the town, its monuments and many churches.(Staying at Pousada da Tavira, Breakfast only)

Day 5 - Westward Bound Lagos and Sagres

Our first stop is the old walled town of Lagos, with its warren of narrow streets which we can enjoy exploring before lunch (included). Then it's on to Sagres for a short walk around its C15 fortress, built by henry the Navigator, before we head to the south west tip of Europe, Cabo de Sao Vicente, and its lighthouse. We end the day at the unique Aldeia da Pedralva, your base for the next three nights. (Staying at Aldeia da Pedralva, Half board)

Day 6 - To the Beach and Back 14km/9mi/4hr

Today we head out of the village to cross verdant green meadows and pass old farmhouses. The coast slowly appears and we're met by truly stunning views of the Atlantic. We'll then walk along Amado Beach, internationally renowned for its surf. From the beach we drop down to the valley floor to follow a lovely trail along the Sinceira River, passing through a green and lush landscape as we make our way back to the hotel.(Staying at Aldeia da Pedralva, Half board)

Day 7 - The Fishermen's Trail to Odeceixe 10km/6.5mi/4hr or 13km/8mi/5hr

Today's walk takes us out of the Algarve and into neighbouring Alentejo. We follow the Rota Vicentina trail alongside flower-filled meadows leading us to the Fishermen's Trail - this rugged coastline is quite simply mind-blowing - finishing at Odeceixe Beach, one of the most photographed in Portugal. (Staying at Aldeia da Pedralva, Half board)

Day 8 - Monchique and Medronho 8km/5mi/2hr

We head to the mountain village of Monchique and enjoy a walk to the Monte de Lameira farm, for a view of life in a bygone era, stopping for a traditional lunch of local hams and tasty cheeses. Then it's on to the Medronho distillery where we're shown how the local firewater is made - a tasting is of course included! We'll then head to our **** spa hotel in Caldas de Monchique, our base for the next three nights. (Staying at Villa Termal, Half board)

Day 9 - The Walk of Views 11km/7mi/4hr

From the hotel, a tree-lined track leads us through a series of dwellings before we're rewarded with 360° views of lowlands to the south and mountains to the north - on a clear day you can see as far as the Atlantic. As we reach Monchique, there's time to stop for a drink before returning to the hotel. (Staying at Villa Termal, Half board)

Day 10 - The Route of the Mills 10km/6.5mi/4hrs

Our last walk takes us along the cobbled streets of Monchique to the C17 convent. We stop for lunch at a lovingly restored water mill and picnic under the shade of the trees whilst listening to the rushing stream which once powered the mill. To end our day we drive up to Foia peak, the highest point in the Algarve, for memorable views of the region and a look back at our journey. (Staying at Villa Termal, Half board)

Day 11 - Leave Monchique

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking.

To find out more call our sales team on 1-800-267-3347, use our live webchat or email usa@exodustravels.com

Pousada de Tavira, Convento da Graca, Tavira

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The Pousada de Tavira, Convento da Graca, is located in the Santo Agostinho Convent, founded by Dom Sebastiao in the C16. The hotel is centrally located in Tavira, and perfectly combines its historic past with modern touches.

The guests at the Pousada de Tavira can enjoy the outdoor pool on the sun loungers under the parasols or read a book in the drawing room. It has a lovely restaurant and pleasant bar, whilst the inner courtyard is a lovely place to sit and relax.

All rooms have a mini-bar, satellite TV and balconies or terraces. WiFi is available in public spaces and some rooms.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

DatesSuperior RoomSuite
14/10/2017 - 27/10/2018£16£49

All prices shown above are valid from 23/04/2018. Prices are per person per night based on 2 people sharing.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Aldeia da Pedralva , Pedralva

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This is a magical place, a real find. Just 10 years ago the village of Pedralva was a ruin with houses just left to rot by owners who no longer wanted to live in the countryside. However, Antonio Ferreira, your host at the Aldeia da Pedralva, initially decided to buy a couple of houses, but eventually renovated 24 which have been beautifully restored to create 24 rooms. The village itself is surrounded by verdant nature parks and offers great walking and cycling possibilities. Food here is rustic Portuguese, simple in terms of ingredients but mouth watering in terms of quality, flavour and freshness.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

Room upgrades are not available at this hotel.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Villa Termal, Caldas de Monchique

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The Vila Thermal is situated in Caldas de Monchique on the site of the only thermal waters in the south of Portugal. The five separate buildings give the place a village feel and along with its 18th Century architecture, it gives the appearance of a grand old spa town.

The hotel has a medical spa centre, indoor and outdoor pools, a cosy tapas bar and lovely main square to take in the rays of sunshine.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

Room upgrades are not available at this hotel.

Please contact us for extra night prices.

Extending your stay

If you'd like to extend your trip with extra nights at the start or end, or if you'd like to arrange a stop off point en-route, then we recommend the following hotels.

Pousada Palacio de Estoi, Faro

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The Pousada de Faro is situated in the small village of Estoi, just a 25-minute bus journey or 15-minute taxi ride from Faro. Set in the hills overlooking Faro and the coast, this wonderful hotel was born from the ruins of the Palacio de Estoi. A C18 Rococo palace once owned by the viscount of Estoi, it has been painstakingly restored to its former glory and provides a relaxing haven complete with beautiful pool just above bustling Faro and just a 20-minute walk to the Roman excavated village of Milreu.

Whilst keeping an eye to the past, the rooms have a modern fresh feel, they are all a good size, with views down to the coast. The hotel boasts a large spa complete with sauna and Turkish bath. There is a nice restaurant offering set menus and a la carte.

Find out more on the hotel website and read customer reviews on Tripadvisor.

01/04/2017 - 12/04/2017£54
13/04/2017 - 15/04/2017£60
16/04/2017 - 01/06/2017£54
01/10/2017 - 31/10/2017£54

All prices shown above are valid from 19/05/2017. Prices are per person per night including breakfast, Suites are slightly bigger and offer a south facing balcony.

Please contact us for extra night prices.


Transfers included from Faro Airport at 11:35 and back to Faro Airport 09:30.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-267-3347 or email usa@exodustravels.com to arrange connecting flights.


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Mrs Wood, 10/03/2018

In spite of the awful weather (storm Emma) throughout most of the holiday, we had a really good time thanks to Tiago who did his best to ensure that we got the best out of it. He was unfailingly helpful and considerate with a great sense of humour. The walks were very well planned so that we saw a good cross section of lesser known Algarve and built up gradually with last one being the most hilly. The hotels were very good with the one at Pedralva being the most characterful.

Mr Gibson, 28/04/2017

Spring time provided marvellous walking weather and a wonderful spread of colour across the countryside. Tavira is a delightful town (try Tavira Lounge - left by bridge; lovely small balcony overlooking river); and the Pousada provides cool style and quality. The walks vary in intensity (not quite as flat as expected) and scenery. Found the Monchique walks somewhat dull; the hotel dreary and rundown (the attached tapas bar across the road appeared to close at 6pm), indifferent food but some redemption in an excellent pool and sundeck - just right after a day's walk. Our two hard working guides Ricardo and Gabriel ensured our walks went smoothly (especially at the family run Medronho distillery with an excellent lunch and a souvenir bottle that proved marvellous joint lubrication! A holiday that allows the traveller to gain some experience and insight into Algarve scenery and life; go for it.

Mr Newberry, 08/04/2017

An excellent overview of the whole of the Algarve, helped immensely by a superb guide.

Mr Sedgwick, 08/06/2016

A good variety of walks with a good local guide through enchanting country side with magnificent wild flowers ( May is a good month for this holiday

Mrs O'Brian, 05/06/2016

Overall the holiday was thoroughly enjoyable. The walks were varied and a good length and covered some beautiful scenery. I think the 1+ rating was quite accurate - the walks were usually around 4 hours with some up and downhill sections but nothing particularly difficult. The accommodation was good as were most of the meals. Our guide, Tiago, was brilliant! He was knowledgeable, organised, flexible and just a really nice guy to hang out with. My only advice for future travellers would be to make sure to take insect repellent or a zapper for Tavira. The mozzies were like helicopters there.

Mrs Pattinson, 20/05/2016

Tiago and Hugo were excellent guides using very well planned routes. They were very friendly and flexible in their approach. Everyone in the walking group was very friendly and sociable. Tiago was a fount of knowledge of birds and plants and was keen to pass on this knowledge.

Mrs Corris, 03/05/2016

The walking was varied and enjoyable although the weather could have been better.

Mrs King, 26/04/2016

An excellent holiday with exceptionally helpful guides.a good variety of accommodation

Mis Whittaker, 24/04/2016

I have been on many Headwater holidays, mostly guided when traveling on my own or with one friend but some self guided when with a group of friends.

When travelling on my own Headwater provide accurate information about what to expect and provide a safe environment for me. I know enough about how they operate to anticipate accurately what the holiday will be like. Of course the other members of the group are a main factor but I have always found that they work well together. This is often helped by the guide understanding group dynamics.

Mr Holmes, 23/04/2016

An excellent holiday with an interesting and varied range of walks and activities. Well structured to give a decent impression of the Algarve region as a whole. The website and brochure provide a pretty accurate description of the holiday. The local guides were informative, helpful, friendly and very considerate of capabilities of different group members. My first experience of such a holiday, would happily do something similar again!

Mrs Smale, 14/04/2016

Enjoyable relaxed holiday with an excellent guide, Tiago, who introduced us to the lovely and varied countryside which was enhanced by the magnificent show of wild flowers. The walking was considerably harder than on other 1boot holidays, and deserved to be labelled as 1+ boot.

Mrs Lamb, 28/03/2016

This was our first guided walk, after many years of self guided holidays. We enjoyed the relaxation which came from not having to worry about anything at any time.Our guide Tiago was expert at assessing the capabilities and personalities of the group. We were able to go at our own pace, taking as much time as anyone needed to appreciate the wild flowers, birds and scenery. His passion for his country was inspirational and educational.

Dr Loken, 24/03/2016

As usual with Headwater Holidays, we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves on this holiday. The locations were varied and interesting, the local guides did an excellent job, and the walking was very enjoyable.

Mr Harris, 14/03/2016

A good strenuous holiday for an elderly single traveller. The guides and the other travellers were good organisers and excellent companions. No complaints.

Mr Sinanoglou, 12/03/2016

Though the rating (one boot+) is accurate, I would have preferred longer walks on most days. The use of three locations in three very different settings is an attractive feature as is the superb seafood. The village of Pedralva is an unusual and well-chosen base from which to explore Portugal's west coast. The use of a Portuguese partner organization (A to Z Adventures) and local guides works extremely well. This is an ideal holiday for those who enjoy half-day walks in a variety of landscapes covering a region that stretches from the river border with Spain in the east to the Atlantic beaches and sea cliffs in the west. The guides are well-informed and very attentive.

Mis Haill, 17/11/2015

Truly memorable holiday with excellent guides leading us. We saw a huge amount of the Algarve and the walks were varied and interesting, though perhaps a little bit harder than I was prepared for. My first visit to Portugal and I hope not my last.

Mis Jameson, 24/10/2015

This was a new holiday and the Guides were excellent. The walks were varied and interesting. A mix of capabilities were catered for by using two vehicles but only because our group size allowed it. The hotels were varied as were the areas. I knew of the Poussada at Tavira and have stayed in the area before, We were particularly pleased to be able to return to a favorite restaurant in Santa Luzia. Although the weather wasn't at it's finest for our holiday we completed all the walks.

The complex at Petralva was very interesting and had the best showers and hot water. However, the room was damp, others requested to be moved, this should be sorted out because the overall resort,concept and area was lovely. Our last morning's breakfast appeared to have them short handed but was fine. The bartender was knowledgeable and made our stay very enjoyable.

The Hotel at Monchique was made up of a number of buildings some older than others. Our room although old was spacious but the hot water and decor was struggling a bit. Food for the first two evenings was a set menu and not very good nor was the service. This was the first time I have had difficulty with language in the Algarve. The bartender was particularly out of his depth. The last night the food was offered at A La Carte and was much improved as was the young lady taking orders and serving ( the kitchen too was much improved). The visit to the local distillery was fantastic and although the food in the hotel could have been better we thoroughly enjoyed the holiday.

We did not receive walking notes or a detailed walk itinerary ( I assume because it was guided) but this left us never really sure of plans and routes for the next day. We were given the holiday briefing but ten days in one go was too much to take in.

This was our fifth Headwater Holiday and perhaps quality did not quite match up to others but I think with some assistance from the hotels it could easily achieve the expected level. There were nine of us on the tour and think we all enjoyed the experience.

Mrs Stevens, 24/10/2015

This had the potential to be an outstanding holiday with excellent guides but they were let down by two of the hotels. It would have been helpful to have details of the spa treatments in advance and to book in advance as the Spa was often fully booked. It was also pretty shabby although the treatments good. More information about the area and history of the are would be a good idea too.

Mr Jones, 24/10/2015

Good holiday and very good walking, well organised and good fun.

Mr Ward, 27/04/2015

Excellent mix of walks, scenery and wildflowers made this holiday wonderful. Certainly 10 days is needed to cover such a wide range. The food was generally excellent in the hotels, and in Tavira the restaurants O Castello (arrive early or book) and the Tavira Lounge (by the river) are well worth a visit and just a stroll from the hotel. We found the village hotel of Pedralva unique and very friendly and a super contrast to the first hotel. Monchique hotel is less special, but the restaurant was again excellent. A particular commendation to our guide Tiago for all his cheerful assistance and smooth driving: thanks for the birthday cakes.

Mrs McTurk, 27/04/2015

Fantastic way to see the real Algarve. Well organised walks with experienced local guide and comfortable hotels and good food at the end of the day!

Mr Prior, 13/04/2015

Good variety of walks, with our excellent guide (Tiago), enabling various enjoyable views/experiences of the Algarve. Tavira especially attractive (although we had the best weather there), with plenty of excellent restaurants and scenic/architectural attractions and sights. We particularly liked the coastal/cliff walking at this time of year (early April) with such a varied range of beautiful flowers. All-in-all a great mix of sights and experiences in the Algarve.

Mis Chappell, 12/04/2015

From the moment we arrived our guide Tiago made us feel at home and made our holiday an enjoyable experience. Thoroughly enjoyed the varied walks and the wildflowers were spectacular, especially on the Fisherman's Trail. By the end of the holiday, we felt we had seen many aspects of the Algarve, from the Spanish border all the way to the west coast, and from the seaside at Tavira to the mountainous village of Monchique.

Mr Pattison, 19/03/2015

Another great Headwater holiday. Varied walking, good and interesting hotels, good guides. Some thought it merited 2 boot status, but it was fine for us.

Dr Jones, 14/03/2015

Well organised, great places that we would not find on our own, excellent rep who gave us a 5 star experience . We felt completely relaxed and enjoyed every minute of our holiday .

Mrs Corns, 23/11/2014

Good variety of walks, some site seeing. Our guide was knowledgeable and was keen to show us as much of his country as poosible.

Mr Schafer, 21/11/2014

The Walking the Algarve trip offers participants a wonderful variety of of walks, accommodations and food. With walks that include the beautifully rugged coast and the mountain region of Monchique, one has an opportunity to experience much of what the Algarve has to offer. Our guide Tiago was excellent. The hikes were interesting and varied with the coastal portions being our favorite. The regional cuisine served at the hotels was very good with our favorites being the picnic at the Distillery and the dinners at Pedralva. All in all a wonderful Holiday!

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Holiday details

Minimum group sizes
A minimum of 4 people (in total) are required for each departure.

This holiday is unsuitable for children.

Holiday type
Guided walking Managed locally by Headwater appointed agent.


All buffet breakfasts, 7 evening meals and 8 lunches

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Transfers included from Faro Airport at 11:35 and back to Faro Airport 09:30.

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