Monte Gordo

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  • DANIE BAX 1 year ago

    Hi. Your site has been very helpful. Looking for some recommendations. I have booked a 5 day trip to Monte Gordo in April next year. I am travelling as a solo female.I don’t usually do beach holidays, normally walking in mountains, in the cold! (I’m from the UK).
    I will be staying at Alcazar hotel. Can you give me any advice on what to do? I’m thinking I may get the train to the villages you’ve mentioned, plus hire a bike for some cycling.
    Kind regards,

    1. James 1 year ago

      Hi Danie,

      Here’s a few things that I might do if I was there:
      * Visit the village of Castro Marim
      * Day trip into Spain,
      * Visit the village of Cacela Velha
      * Take a boat trip on the Ria Formosa
      * Visit Faro’s attractions like the capela dos ossos

      You’re a bit too far from the Algarve Way walking route, but there’s an unofficial Algarve Coastal Route that you would be able to walk some of:

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