Cycling Lisboa to Sagres

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Cycling from Lisbon to Sagres provides an unforgettable journey through places full of history and culture that shaped our civilization and the world, also undergoing spectacular nature reserves where nature is revealed in all its strength and beauty. The selected routes will provide views that you will certainly keep on memories.

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  • Cycling Style Holiday Type
    On Road, Touring
  • Activity Level Moderate
All about the Cycling Lisboa to Sagres.

Self-guided Cycling Tour

Departure days: Everyday

Duration: 8 days – 7 nights


  • Enjoy the fantastic life of Lisbon
  • Unforgetable cycling journey
  • Spectacular nature reserves
  • Selected routes full of history
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • 7 nights’ accommodation
  • 7 breakfasts
  • 7 days bicycle
  • 1 GPS/per booking
  • 1 speedometer/per booking
  • 1 Travel pack /per room
  • 1 road book per room
  • Hotel vouchers
  • 1 set of puncher repair each two bikes
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Insurances
  • Electric Bike (optional)
  1. Day1 Arrival to Lisboa

    Enjoy   the glamour, history and vibrant culture  of Lisbon city. (along with travel pack we provide tips for Lisbon visits)

    Visit “Alfama”  is one of our recommendation to  find special views, history, culture and tradition in the most typical neighborhood of Lisbon.

  2. Day2 Lisboa to Costa da Caparica – 21km

    The journey start´s,  cycling along the Tagus River a unique area offering leisure, fun and culture:  from Parque das Nações, along the riverfront, passing Praça do Comércio – Lisbon’s most iconic square.  The way to Belém  is  perfect to  enjoy  the  architecture, variety of museums, monuments, gardens, cafés and restaurants, and is also  nice  to  taste the pastéis de Belém – Lisbon’s world famous egg tart pastries.  You will leave Lisbon In Belém,  taking a ferry boat to Trafaria and have the opportunity to  enjoy the  wonderful view over Lisbon and reach Costa da Caparica.

  3. Day3 Costa da Caparica to Setúbal – (59km)

    A day full of nature and adventure, with plenty to see and feel. We highlight the passing  by the Arrábida Natural Park, in the north shore of the Sado River.  Crossing the Arrábida hills, not missing two of the park’s famous  beaches—Portinho da Arrábida and Figueirinhais, or the  panoramic view of the two beaches at the  Convento de Nossa Senhora da Arrábida. The overnight  will be in Setúbal, a city with many points of interest.  We recommend  you to visit the fish market do  Livramento,  which  In 2015 was considered one of the most famous fish markets in the world.

  4. Day4 – Setúbal to Sines – (76km)

    Now in  the  Alentejo, a stunning  region mostly flat. The  plains full of wildflowers,  sunflowers, vineyards and admirable  beaches with crystalline waters and  endless sandy areas. Some of these beaches are among the best ones in the country. The Alentejo villages are characterized by  the whitewashed houses and  the  cities with great charm and rich  history. The  legacy from past times and civilizations,  can be seen  in  its rich inheritance it houses impressive castles, Visigothic churches, Roman constructions fragments and even Paleolithic engravings. The prehistoric Alentejo was an active place and currently it is still possible to see numerous megaliths on it. The traditional cuisine is diverse with meat, fish  and seafood, many types of cheese and good Alentejo wines.

    Cycling stage start with a ferry boat trip  through the  Sado Estuary Natural Reserve,  where  usually the ferries users  are  welcomed by the  resident population of bottlenose dolphins. A rare phenomenon in the worldwide and unique in Portugal. This  biologically rich area  have also   more than 250 avian species that can been seen during your boat trip. Sado River  region is  also characterized by the number or rice fields under cultivation.

    After landing the  cycling  journey starts in the peninsula of  Troia,   great beach,   beautiful  landscape of the Arrábida Hills.  The Roman ruins from 1st century   can be visited on the way to Sines.

  5. Day5 Sines to Vila Nova de Mil Fontes – (40km)

    The  first day at the Southwest  and Costa Vicentina  Natural Park:  the finest preserved stretch of European coastline. It will be a day filled with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean,  beautiful beaches, small fishing villages and harbor’s.  Portinho do Canal  sunset is a great moment to keep in memories.

  6. Day6 Vila Nova de Milfontes to Aljezur – (71km)

    Second day at Costa Vicentina Natural Park and,   enjoying the peaceful  nature with   various and  unique species of animal and plant life within the  beautiful landscapes,  marked by high cliffs hiding sandy coves and dunes. You  will reach Aljezur,  a small coastal village with typical houses from the rural architecture of the Algarve. At the top of the hill, the castle ramparts with   an incredible cascade of houses  going down the slope, reminding us the  historical past.

  7. Day7 Aljezur to Sagres – (63km)

    Now at Algarve region and last cycling day, has plenty of reasons to enjoy it well.  Sagres is one of the most  important  areas in the Algarve in terms of its exceptionally rich heritage (ranging from the fortress to ancient menhirs). Its significance to world history is tremendous, testified by a wealth of historical events, stories and legends. The  high cliffs  rise nearly vertically from the Atlantic to a height of 75 meters with an exuberant marine life. Visit the  light house at St. Vincent Cape and see the beautiful sunset in  the  southwestern most point of  Portugal and Europe is recommend.

  8. Day8 End of the trip

    End of  program with optional transfer to Faro airport or train station.

It features mostly flat terrain with an average of one / two medium ascents per day. With an average of 46 km per day, easily crossed. Routes are supported by detailed roadbook that is provided.


Daily Distances
21 – 76 Km
Blessed with over 300 days of sunshine, the Algarve offers excellent temperatures to enjoy a cycling route at any time of year. Average temperatures vary between 15 degrees in January until the 30 degrees in August and 20 degrees in November.
Getting to Lisbon

Plane – You can book your airfare directly to Lisbon or Faro Airport (with any connection to Lisbon by Bus or Train).

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