18 Jun 2016 Trips

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The journalist Michael Glombowski traveled the Alentejo during the month of November and of course, did not miss the opportunity to hike in the Rota Vicentina.

He began his adventure accompanied by the president of Rota Vicentina, Marta Cabral at Fishermen’s Trail. Notes amazed the very dangerous work of fishermen fishing from the steepest cliffs, “seem to defy gravity,” he writes.

Also observes the extensive export which Portugal makes of Cork. If you choose to walk through the Historical Way, you will have several landscapes of cork trees to observe.

Click here to read the full article, in Polish.
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04 Aug 2016 Viagens

🇬🇧 Another amazing article about Rota Vicentina in Lonely Planet magazine!

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