The online magazine ‘Say Yes to New Adventures’ brings us to hike and feel the Fishermen's Trail. Along these days, Vicentina Transfers was always by their side, bringing the luggage between accommodations.
At Vicentina Transfers we like it affordable and practical. Unlike the Camiño de Santiago, on Rota Vicentina there are no such thing as ‘Albergues’, but is possible to have a comfortable and budget experience hiking from Hostel to Hostel. The luggage? Drop it and leave it to us.
All in all is 450 km of properly waymarked and maintained trails along the most beautiful and best preserved coastal area of Southern Europe. In this article we’ll guide you through some of the best itineraries that you can easily set up on yourself for a multi-day hike.
Let's start with the bad news: wild camping it's not allowed in Portugal, and Rota Vicentina is no exception. The good news is that there are Camping Parks along the entire Fishermen's Trail, from Porto Covo to Aljezur and that you can camp without carrying all your camping gear!