THE ROTA VICENTINA
The Rota Vicentina covers both of the Southern Regions of Portugal. The Algarve and the Alentejo are two regions who stand out due to their landscape diversity. The Caminho Histórico(230 km) is the longest route. Starting in Santiago do Cacém and ending in the south westernmost point of Portugal, Cabo de São Vicente. This is mostly a rural route with 12 stages, by foot or bike, through trails of forests, villages and towns with centuries of history. The “Trilho dos Pescadores” connects Porto Covo to Odeceixe, extending over a total of 111 km that can be made exclusively by foot.