Rota Vicentina Fishermen's Trail Alentejo
The northern part of the famous Fishermen’s Trail along the western coast of Portugal from Odeceixe in the Algarve to S. Torpes south of Sines in the Alentejo
Fishermen's Trail Alentejo
The northern part of this famous trail, following the tracks of locals to get to the beaches and hot fishing spots, is running along the coastline of the southern Alentejo from Odeceixe in the Algarve to S. Torpes near Sines. It consists of 5 sectors:
- Odeceixe – Zambujeira do Mar (18,5 km)
- Zambujeira do Mar – Almograve (22 km)
- Almograve – Vila Nova de Milfontes (15,5 km)
- Vila Nova de Milfontes – Porto Covo (20 km)
- Porto Covo – São Torpes (10 km)
To see the other parts of the Fishermen’s Trail have a look at:
A network of walking trails in the south-western area of Portugal, extending over hundreds of km, along the most beautiful and best-preserved coastline of Southern Europe. Comprising the Historical Way, the Fishermen’s Trail and several Circular Routes, proposes a unique experience of two worlds, between a living and authentic rural culture and a surprisingly wild coastline – fully within the Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina.
For more information please have a look at the official website of the Rota Vicentina, where you can also download the GPX tracks.