8 dias
Duração

A rota da Costa Atlântica representa 24/7 no ar mais fresco, levemente salgado imaginável. Um impulso para o corpo e a mente.

À medida que se desloca para o sul a partir da região costeira galega no Norte, a beleza das visões em constante mudança sobre o vasto Atlântico impressionará a sua mente e alma. Experimente frutos do mar galegos e portugueses. Encontre os peregrinos dos últimos dias no Caminho de Santiago, com quem você compartilha alguns quilómetros. Conheça os melhores pescadores e suas esposas que o receberão e gostam de compartilhar experiências e costumes de vida. Passeie pelos mercados de peixe e assista-os enquanto trabalham.

Visite o Porto, uma das cidades mais bonitas da Europa, classificada como Património Mundial da Unesco.

Conheça um pouco sobre o Vinho do Porto, a bebida e a própria dimensão culinária associada. Dançe em salinas e traga alguns excelentes cristais de sal. Experimente, cheire, conheça e aproveite o sol ao caminhar ao longo desta linda costa. Talvez, mesmo sonhe. Depois de um ótimo dia de ciclismo, a noite irá apreciá-lo com nada menos que o ar mais recente concebível.

PARTIDA/CHEGADA Porto
USAR Roupa e calçado atlético e confortável, casaco, chapéu e protetor solar.
INCLUÍDO
7 noites de alojamento Transferências a partir do aeroporto
Transferência de bagagem Bicicleta híbrida, suporte de carga, saco de bicicleta, saco de guiador (uma por duas bicicletas)
Cadeado (um por duas bicicletas), capacete

 

Armazenamento nocturno de bicicletas nos hotéis
NÃO INCLUÍDO
Guia Veículo de apoio
E-bike suplemento Refeições e experiências vinícolas
Seguro Viagem de barco

NOTA

O preço referido por pessoa é incluído num grupo com o minímo de 2 pessoas. Para mais informações por favor contacte nos.

Experiências como degustações de vinhos e jantares disponíveis através de pedido.

PREÇO

Desde 880€ por pessoa.

TERMOS&CONDIÇÕES

Para mais informações por favor contacte nos.

Day 1

Bayona

From Porto airport (Portugal) where you will arrive, you will be taken to Baiona (in Galicia, Spain), a charming and lively harbor town, where a dish of fresh fish from the sea is an absolute must. Don’t forget to stroll around the harbor or the Monterreal Fort, famous for the Príncipe Tower.
Day 2

Bayona to Caminha

The first half of the day on your bike you cycle in Spain, gently following the flat coastline, along with the foothills of the Sierra de la Grova mountains and a bit further south, of the Sierra de Argalo. You may enter Portugal by ferry, across the River Minho into the town of Caminha, or a bit further upriver, by crossing the Vila Nova de Cerveira bridge. In Caminha delight in the stately houses that set the scene as you enter the town, whose history dates as far back as pre-Roman times. Your 40 kilometers stage ends here. A lovely wine tasting and dinner (option) awaits you.

Day 3

Caminha to Viana do Castelo

Cycle southwards on excellent asphalted cycle paths along the coast and fields close to the coastline, until you reach Viana do Castelo, where you will spend the night. Seagulls will also enjoy your attention too, especially if you let them taste a  few crumbs from your food. Viana do Castelo, located on the River Lima estuary, is a bustling city with an active student population and a good nightlife. Dating back to Roman times, Viana’s impressive history includes that of the merchants who provisioned the ships that took part in the Portuguese discoveries during the 16th century and later built the ships that sailed to Newfoundland for codfish. It is they who built the numerous  stately townhouses whose architectural beauty is a hallmark of the city
Day 4

Viana do Castelo to Vila do Conde

A gentle 50 kilometers ride southwards, cycling through vineyards and across the Protected Landscape Area of the Esposende coast, a wildlife and flora reserve. Speak with the fishermen and their wives. They are such beautiful people always warm-hearted and with a friendly word for every passer-by. The city center is dominated by elegant manors and small stately homes. The importance of its harbour is not only evident at sea, as you will discover when you enjoy a wonderful sardine or another fresh fish dinner in town. Afterwards, relax with a leisurely stroll along the beach before you go to bed, refreshed by the sea air.
Day 5

Vila do Conde to Porto

You will cycle to Porto, a short ride of some 34 kilometers. Starting in the Atlantic, you will follow cycle paths until you reach the River Douro. Alongside this famous river, you will cycle into one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Porto is a World Heritage city, a historic jewel with more than 150 listed monuments. Ride gently past the famous Eiffel bridge; see how the proud Port Wine lodges rise uphill from the south bank of the River Douro. Na essential stop, of course, will be to admire the Casa da Música auditorium, designed by Rem Koolhaas, the Dutch architect. It will be hard to choose where to dine tonight: Porto is famous for Port Wine and the diversity and quality of its cuisine.
Day 6

Porto to Furadouro

This morning you exchange the hustle and bustle of the city for the peace and quiet of the Atlantic shore. Once again, you will have a lovely ride along the coast, partly through a pine woods. The day ends in Furadouro, a hospitable town renowned for its excellent fish. Enjoy your meal!
Day 7

Furadouro to Mira

For this last stage, you must not miss visiting the small city of Aveiro, with its picturesque town center; if you’re lucky, you will catch sight of a Moliceiro, the colorful wooden boats used for gathering seaweed. Visit the salt pans too, if you can, and enjoy a delightful footbath in one of the pans. Once again, this is a beautiful ride of some 55 km in all today, including through the Protected Natural Reserve of the São Jacinto dunes. Mira, where you will sleep tonight, perhaps to dream, is a small fishing village. You will certainly be inspired by the beautiful multicolored striped houses. Visit some of the little shops too; a nice carpet can be bought at affordable prices.
Day 8

Mira to Porto

Transfer to Porto airport. End of the program
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