Semana ID 2023

From 26 March to 1 April, Rota Vicentina celebrates once again the identity of Southwest Portugal.
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18 Nov 2022 News Trips

🇬🇧 Rota Vicentina’s new shop

Rota Vicentina has a new online shop!

Beatriz Silvestre
18 Nov 2022 Article Community

🇬🇧 Maintenance Walk in Pego da Laima section » Odemira

On November 12th, we went to the Historical Way.

Leonor Pires

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31 Oct 2022 Article Management & Maintenance

Volunteering In November, December and January

Maintenance, volunteering and monitoring activities calendar in November and December 2022 and January 2023

Leonor Pires
26 Jan 2022 Article Management & Maintenance

🇬🇧 We will monitoring the impact of Rota Vicentina

In 2017, Rota Vicentina had the privilege of being able to count on many volunteers and Associates to monitorize the trails and this year we want to repeat[...]

Irene Nunes
20 Jul 2021 Article Trips

🇬🇧 Routes through the Southwest of Portugal

Tips and itineraries for Southwest Alentejo and Vicentina Coast

Beatriz Silvestre
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04 Nov 2022 Article Strategy & Sustainability

🇬🇧 Do you want to help the Rota Vicentina Association? Make a donation!

You can help Rota Vicentina with your time, or with a financial contribution through a donation.

25 Oct 2022 Article Trips

Where to buy maps and guide books of Rota Vicentina?

Are you planning your hike on the Fishermen's Trail or the Historical Way? Find out where to find the official maps and guide books of Rota Vicentina!

29 Apr 2022 Opinions Trips

🇬🇧 Your feedback about the Semana ID ’22

After the Semana ID we asked for feedback from those who experienced this event!

Beatriz Silvestre
17 Jan 2022 Notice Trips

🇬🇧 Awarning to hikers: risk of landslide in the south of Amália Beach

A part of the trail section of Zambujeira do Mar » Odeceixe, of Fishermen's Trail was closed. An alternative trail has been defined.

Irene Nunes
30 Dec 2021 Clipping Trips

🇬🇧 🇩🇪 “Touro Azul” in the Die Zeit

Article by Lisa Frieda Cossham, published in the 2021 3rd edition of the German weekly Die Zeit.

Beatriz Silvestre

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