Our walking holidays in Portugal are ideal for those wanting to explore this beautiful country by foot. From golden sandy beaches to atmospheric towns, there is something to suit every holidaymaker.
All our guided walks in Portugal have been carefully crafted to ensure you experience the true character of this magical country. Your trip will be led by a locally based, English speaking expert who will be happy to share their knowledge with you - so make sure to ask lots of questions! Plus, you will enjoy your tour with a small group of like-minded travellers, giving you the opportunity to socialise along the way.
Guided walking holidays in Portugal are hugely popular thanks to the sheer variety of things to enjoy here. Those who love delicious, regional wine will fall in love with the Douro valley. After all, this region is one of the biggest producers of wine in the country; renowned for its rich port wines. The food is magnificent too - you can enjoy fresh fish, seafood, cured meats and of course, famous Portuguese custard tarts.
But it's not just delicious cuisine that can be enjoyed during our guided walking holidays in Portugal. The scenery is simply breathtaking. Enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage site of Porto, admiring the striking architecture as you meander through quaint cobbled streets. Make sure your camera is ready to go as there's plenty of photo opportunities here, particularly down by the river.
Or why not head into the countryside to explore luscious valleys, rivers and waterfalls? Many of our guided walks in Portugal head through vineyards and olive groves where you will be able to sample some of the regional wines.
This 7-night guided walking holiday combines plentiful wine-tastings with relaxed walks through valleys and terraced vineyards, and alongside gushing rivers.
Guided trekking on Europe's undiscovered volcanic archipelago. Be it pocked with steep craters, a haven for wildlife or a place of historic interest, each of the nine islands is quite unique and ideally explored on foot. We visit the very best that four of these islands have to offer, walking through UNESCO vineyards, lava plateaux (or 'fajas') and sunken volcanoes.