Guided Walk - Rocha da Pena, Algarve

Half-Day Guided Walking Tour: Rocha de Pena, Algarve

Product ID: 16367

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3 hours
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What You'll Do
  • Discover the south of Portugal with this fantastic walking tour.
  • Learn about the stunning flora and fauna that call Rocha da Pena home from your expert guide.
Explore the rugged beauty of Rocha da Pena in the Algarve, a classified area teeming with unique flora, fauna and stunning rock and limestone formations, with this three-hour walking tour.
What to Expect
Experience the rugged beauty of the Rocha da Pena region in the Algarve on this 3-hour guided walking tour.

Wander your way through the Barrocal, the limestone hills nestled between the coast and the mountain range. Take in the beautiful plant life, the rock walls and the large stone banks in this stunningly beautiful area, classified because of its unique flora and fauna.

While walking, this tour will offer you excellent views over the mountain range, and a close-up look at the dominant Cistus species of aromatic plants. You’ll also see Penina, an authentic hamlet in the Algarve.

This tour is perfect for walkers of all ages and experience, with out experienced guides ready to share their intimate knowledge of the flora, fauna and geography of the beautiful region.
What's Included
  • Qualified walking guide
  • Transfer from the meeting point to the starting point of the walk
What's Not Included
  • Entrance fees
  • Meals or other extras
Meeting Point

Edifício Ginásio Clube Naval Doca de Recreio de Faro 8000-541 Faro Algarve - Portugal N 37º 0'54.19" W -007º 56'13.74" (Open in Google Maps)

Know Before You Go
- Bring appropriate footwear. For your comfort and security, and in recognition of the fact that paths in places may be stony or wet, it is essential that you should have appropriate footwear. Either strong walking shoes or boots which give ankle support and have soles with a good grip (boots are obviously the better option, plimsolls are definitely not!).
- Walking poles, if you have them, take the strain off the joints and are handy, if not essential.
- A light waterproof coat and comfortable clothing are also advisable.
- A rucksack or backpack is recommended to carry enough water, a packed lunch or snack, a hat and good sun cream. Binoculars/camera are an extremely good idea, and plenty to drink would be helpful to avoid dehydration.
- Walks may be amended due to weather conditions or travellers’ fitness should your walking guides deem this advisable.

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Lands - Ecotourism in the Algarve

Product ID: 16367