Which months are recommended for walking in Portugal?
The best seasons for trekking in Portugal are spring, to enjoy the awakening of nature, and autumn for its vibrant colors. Summers in the inland regions can be quite hot.
What natural scenery will I encounter?
The Rota Vicentina boasts stunning Atlantic cliffs. The Portuguese Way of Santiago takes you through woods and blooming fields, while the Azores and Madeira offer volcanic landscapes and lush biodiversity.
Are the trails suitable for all walkers?
The Rota Vicentina is accessible to many, while the Portuguese Way ranges from easy to moderate. The Azores and Madeira have more challenging routes, ideal for those seeking a challenge.
Will I find English speakers during my trip?
In tourist areas, many people speak English, but in less frequented zones, it's rarer. A little Portuguese can enhance the experience.
What are the accommodations like?
You will stay in cozy B&Bs, farmhouses, and 3-star hotels, all chosen to provide a comfortable and authentic experience.