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Portugal is a country in southwestern Europe, bordering Spain and the Atlantic Ocean. The capital and largest city of Portugal is Lisbon. Portugal has around 10.4 million inhabitants.

Portugal has a long coastline and many beautiful beaches, including some of Europe's best surfing spots. Portugal is also known for its historic towns and villages, including Porto, Sintra, Coimbra and Évora.

The country has a rich culture and traditions influenced by its Celtic, Roman and Moorish roots. Portugal is also known for its wines and Portuguese cuisine, which includes many fish and seafood dishes.

The country's main industries include tourism, agriculture, fishing and wine production. Portugal has been a member of the European Union since 1986 and uses the euro as its currency.

Maps of Portugal for Garmin navigation devices

The map coverage includes the territory of Portugal.
These maps are expressly not topographical maps but maps with terrain contours for the leisure sector.

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Where can you find the most beautiful hikes in Portugal?

A great destination for hikers, Portugal offers a variety of stunning hikes along the coast, through national parks and mountains. Here are some of the most beautiful hikes in Portugal:

  • Rota Vicentina: The Rota Vicentina is a network of hiking trails along the Alentejo and Algarve coast of southern Portugal. The route passes through unspoiled landscapes and offers spectacular sea and cliff views.
  • Peneda Gerês National Park: The Peneda Gerês National Park in northern Portugal is a beautiful place for hiking. There are many hiking trails that lead through mountain landscapes, rivers and lakes, and you have the opportunity to see wild animals such as horses, goats and even wolves.
  • Sintra-Cascais Natural Park: The Sintra-Cascais Natural Park is a large coastal natural park located just a short drive from Lisbon. There are many hiking trails that lead through forests, along cliffs and beaches, with beautiful views of the sea.
  • Levada Walks in Madeira: A beautiful island in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Portugal, Madeira offers many walks along the famous levadas, which are irrigation channels through the mountains. The levada walks are flat and easy to navigate and offer beautiful views of the island.
  • Serra da Estrela: The Serra da Estrela is the highest mountain range in Portugal and offers many great hikes through alpine landscapes, glacial lakes and picturesque villages. The routes are more challenging than other hikes in Portugal, but the views and the adventure are worth it.

These hikes offer just a glimpse of the variety of hikes that Portugal has to offer. There are many more routes, each offering their own unique landscapes and sights. It is important to plan routes carefully and obtain the appropriate information and permits beforehand.


Where can you find the most beautiful cycling routes in Portugal?

Portugal offers some beautiful cycling routes, passing through picturesque landscapes and historic cities. Here are some of the best cycling routes in Portugal:

  • Ecovia do Litoral: The Ecovia do Litoral is a 214km route along the Algarve coast of southern Portugal. The route leads along the beautiful beaches, through picturesque fishing villages and through nature reserves. The route is mostly flat and easy to ride, making it suitable for less experienced cyclists as well.
  • Douro Valley: The Douro Valley is known for its vineyards and scenic countryside. There are many cycle routes that run through the valley, giving you the opportunity to explore the vineyards and river landscape. The route is hilly and can be challenging for experienced cyclists.
  • Alentejo: The Alentejo region in southern Portugal offers many picturesque towns, historic sites and beautiful countryside. There are many cycling routes that run through this region, including the Rota Vicentina, which is suitable for both hiking and cycling.
  • Lisbon: Lisbon offers many cycling routes through the city and along the Tagus River. You can explore the city's historic districts and enjoy beautiful views of the river and surrounding area.
  • Azores: The Azores are a group of islands in the Atlantic and offer many opportunities for cycling. There are many routes along the coast and through the mountains, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular scenery and wildlife.

These cycle routes offer just a small glimpse of the many opportunities that Portugal offers for cyclists. It is important to plan routes carefully and obtain the appropriate information and permits, especially for nature reserves and protected areas.