Pedalar na Região Vinhateira do Alto Douro - "Fácil"
Nível de dificuldade "fácil"
Este passeio de bicicleta pode ser feito durante todo o ano. A nossa recomendação é de que o faça entre os meses de Setembro e Outubro, altura da colheita das uvas e produção vincula.
Este passeio em bicicleta combina a hospitalidade das quintas produtoras de vinho, pedalando entre vinhas e olivais, onde poderá deliciar-se com a produção de vinho do Porto e azeite de Portugal. Com um dia de descanso para visitar as pinturas rupestres e o museu de Vila Nova de Foz Côa, este passeio terá o seu foco na incrível região do Douro, considerada Património Natural da Humanidade pela UNESCO.
- Maioritariamente íngreme. Com subidas e descidas ao longo do percurso.
- 100 % do percurso em ruas pavimentadas com pouco tráfego.
- 1895 metros de subidas cumulativas.
Dia 1: Pinhão
Dia 2: Pinhão – Tabuaço (15 km)
Dia 3: Tabuaço – Penedono (36 km)
Dia 4: Penedono - (40 Km)
Dia 5: Penedono – Marialva (30 km)
Dia 6: Marialva – Vila Nova de Foz Côa (22 km)
Dia 7: Transfere de volta ao Porto
- Preços baseados para 2 pessoas que partilham o mesmo quarto;
- Preços podem sofrer alterações devido a alta temporada, feriados ou fins de semana
- Bebidas não incluídas ao almoço ou jantar quando incluídas no package
- Se em quarto triplo com os pais Crianças até 10 anos - desconto de 35%. Crianças dos 11 aos 14 anos - 20% de desconto. Crianças dos 15 aos 17 anos - 15% de desconto.
- Bicicleta Electrica: 175€
- Suplemento para quarto individual: 385 €
- Viajante único: 280 €
- Noites extra: sob consulta
What People Are Saying
Andy, Melbourne, Australia,
We did the Douro valley 6 day easy cycle trip with this lovely local company run by passionate cyclists in September. We were very unlucky to hit a patch of unseasonal rainy days but still enjoyed the sensational scenery. We elected to skip one day of riding which was just too wet and windy to be fun, and company were happy to transfer us, luggage and the bikes in a van. Luggage always arrived at next destination before we did, went very smoothly.
The trip was marketed as 'Douro very easy' one but a word of caution - it had some rather steep hills. We are merely amateur cyclists! My husband was challenged (but coped) but I'm less fit and ended up opting for an electric assist bike (very glad I did, it helped on the big hills). Suggest you know your own limits and look carefully at the trip terrain maps to make sure it's good for you. There are some flatter routes (eg Portugal Coast trip) for different abilities. Bikes were great quality.
The routes and places we visited were just wonderful, and Fold n Visit found some fantastic accommodation for us, great variety and very enjoyable. Although not designated bike paths for the most part, the roads were good surfaces, were quiet and felt safe. Great villages on the visit, diverse scenery - felt we saw the real Portugal. Very rural and peaceful, very relaxing. Foz de Coa palaeolithic rock art was a highlight as was the beautiful Hotel in the ruins of a castle. Staying on a working farm (Quinta) was great fun too. We selected the deluxe accommodation and think it was well worth it.
We had one glitch with a broken bike chain and got terrific personal support to fix it. The best thing about this young business is they really want you to have a fantastic experience and will go 'above and beyond' to make that happen. The service was completely personal and tailored to our interests and needs, you aren't just another person in a big group.
Portugal is a beautiful country with amazing diverse scenery, cycling was a great way to see it. Happy to support and thoroughly recommend this great local business.