Two women walking through the village of Esteval de Mouro near Alte

Are you tired of the same old beach vacations and crowded tourist destinations? If you’re looking for a unique and rejuvenating travel experience, why not consider going on a walking holiday in Portugal? I became a huge fan of multi-day hiking experiences a few years ago when I started walkingRead More →

Riverside nature trail, Alvor

With its rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning natural landscapes, Portugal has become an increasingly popular destination, which means it’s never been more urgent to make sure sustainable tourism in Portugal is at the top of everyone’s agenda.  As a Portugal travel planner, consultant and blogger, I aim to encourageRead More →

Pilgrims at Labruja, the highest point of the Central Portuguese Camino

The Central Portuguese Camino de Santiago is the most established route and the second most popular Camino route after the French Way. But is it the right one for you? Hopefully, this article will help you make that decision. As well as giving you information about the Central Portuguese CaminoRead More →

Hiking in Peneda-Gerês National Park near Lamas do Mouro

If you’re keen to try a walking holiday in the North region of Portugal but can’t decide which of its wonderful landscapes to choose from, here’s the solution! You can get a taste of the mountains, coast and Douro wine region all on the same trip with this amazing itinerary.Read More →

Two people hiking through colourful countryside in the Algarve

I love getting off the beaten track, especially on foot, so I was excited to be invited to spend a week exploring the countryside on a small group guided walking holiday in the Algarve. Our accommodation for the week was a luxury villa overlooking the Funcho River and reservoir, anRead More →

Muxia village and harbour from Monte Corpiño. End of the Camino de Finisterre and Muxia

As well as walking both main routes of the Portuguese Camino north of Porto, including the Variante Espiritual, I’m happy to say that I’ve now walked to the “End of the World” on the Camino de Finisterre and Muxía, which starts in Santiago de Compostela.  I’m becoming a bit ofRead More →