Bike Tour in the Portuguese Camino - by the Coast, from Porto

Cycling the camino, the Way of St James: A bike tour in the Camino of Santiago de Compostela from Porto, by the Minho and Galician coastlines.

Dates
Apr-Sep
Sunday to Sunday
Altimetry
500 › 800 m
Daily average
Distance
40 › 65 km
Daily average
Rider type
Level 2
Caffe Racer
Bike type
Hybrid, Mountain or E-bike
It's your choice!

Ride location

Bike Tour in the Portuguese Camino - by the Coast, from Porto map

Type of Terrain: Rolling/mixed/mountain, with some roman stone pavement, macadam trails and ocean side views. Cycling the Camino, you'll experience forested areas in the central Minho and Galicia with small villages and pueblos, explore the portuguese coastline, medieval cities of Spain like Baiona or Vigo, up to Santiago de Compostela

Mountain stages: Mountainous area from to Baiona to Pontevedra 

Hilly stages: Most of the Way of St James is a constant up and down, a characteristic of crossing the Minho and Galicia.

 

 

  • Highlights

    Beach Urban Big outdoors Cultural Gourmet Group Historical Mountain Range Mountain Bike Leisure trips Urban

    The coastal variation of the Portuguese Camino will take you from Porto to Santiago de Compostela on a bike tour by the medieval and romanic cities of the north of Portugal and Galiza. Always accompanied by the ocean, this is a less demanding ride than the Central Camino but an equally rewarding one as you'll visit the coastal medieval towns and villages of Vila do Conde, Póvoa do Varzim, Viana do Castelo and Vigo, just before you join the central route in Redondela to continue the route to Santiago.

    / Cycling the camino is an epic journey turned bike tour, a pilgrimage that started in the 9th Century with the discovery, in Galiza, of the remains of St. James. In 1325, the Portuguese queen Isabel made a pilgrimage to Santiago following a route very similar to the one that today is marked with yellow arrows, crossing the then recently built Barcelos bridge; Now it’s your time to trail the Way of St James.

    / Start cycling the Camino in the city of Porto, settled in the 4th century during the roman occupation, visit its UNESCO world heritage sites and its unique traditions, architecture, port wines and cellars. Riding the Way of St James, you'll feel like a citizen of the world, where several languages are spoken as one, passing through amazing medieval villages like Ponte de Lima, Barcelos and Valença, with typical traces from the northern Portuguese architecture and art.

    / The portuguese way of St James is made of trails and dirt tracks, ancient roman roads, municipal roads and even alongside modern roads. It’s of an enormous diversity and there’s always a surprise on every bend.

    / Immerse in the scenario of Minho and Galicia, while cycling the Camino, the roads and trails of the woodland areas, small villages and “pueblos” that still seem to be in the Middle Ages. Enjoy this regions’ gastronomy, rich in variety and flavor, a true feast for your senses. Taste the Port and Green wines, so typical of the Minho region and stay in some of the best hotels in the Way of St James.

    / Arrive in Santiago de Compostela, designated UNESCO world heritage site and admire the shrine of Saint James at the end of your pilgrimage. 

     

     

  • Day-to-day

    Day 1, Arrival and transfer to Porto airport

    Pick up from the airport and transfer to the Ipanema Park Hotel or riverside Pestana World Heritage hotel (included in the "premium" option), located in the Ribeira, the city’s iconic living postcard. You have a free afternoon to visit the beautiful and cozy city of Porto, rich with history and monuments like the Clérigos Tower and the D. Luis Bridge. The old quarters of Baixa with its local shops, restaurants and pastry shops, Ribeira a quarter by the river Douro, facing the wine cellars of the Port wine, full with the city’s traditions and historical connection to the wine and the wine country of the Douro. Shopping areas such as Santa Catarina and Aliados Avenue. Not to miss are the great restaurants around town with some of the tastiest food in the country. 

    Hotel – Ipanema Park Hotel or Pestana Heritage (included in “premium” option)

    Dinner – Restaurante Traça (included in “premium” option)

    Day 2: Cycling the Camino: Porto - Ofir  (65km or 52km)

    After breakfast, transfer from your hotel to the Porto Cathedral from where you’ll begin your pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, cycling the Camino. In Sé Cathedral, you can enter and pick-up your pilgrim passport, that you can ask to be stamped in several hotels and restaurants as you go through the Camino. From Sé, you’ll start your adventure through the city, descending Sé Velha and Mouzinho da Silveira street, to Porto’s riverside, riding the cycle paths alongside the Douro river, untill you get to Leça da Palmeira (option to start in Leça da Palmeira, shortening the day’s stage to 52 km). From here on, you’ll start following the yellow arrow’s by Portugal’s coastline, towards the north. From Leça da Palmeira, the Camino will be a mix of cycle paths, paved roads and walkways all the way until you reach the historical city of “Vila do Conde” and the beach resort plus fishermen’s town of “Póvoa do Varzim” – both of which are good options for lunch. After “Póvoa do Varzim”, keep riding through the small fishermen’s villages until you reach Fão, where you’ll turn left, towards the ocean once more and the pinetree forested area of Ofir, staying for the night in Axis Ofir hotel or Hotel Parque do Rio ( included in the "premium" option)

    Hotel – Axis Ofir Hotel or Hotel parque do Rio (included in “premium” option)

    Dinner – Freash fish restaurant in Apúlia (included in “premium” option)

    Day 3: Cycling the Camino: Ofir – Caminha (35km)

    After breakfast at the hotel, start your day riding north, crossing the river to Esposende and alongside the Cávado river – then through the quaint villages of the north of Portugal. At km15 you’ll start climbing and entering a more technical trail until you cross a very narrow bridge across the Neiva river – another climb will follow until you reach Viana do Castelo, across the river, where you will be able to see te “Santa Luzia” church on top of the nearby mountain range. The historical city center is a good option to stop for lunch and visit. After Viana, keep riding north and inland, through the mountain range – some urban single tracks and ancient paved roads will follow, until you reach “Vila Praia de Âncora”, from where you’ll ride the Ecopista, by the shoreline, until you reach your hotel, “Portas do Sol”, just outside Caminha or Caminha "Design & Wine Hotel" (included in the "premium" option)

    Hotel – Portas do Sol or Design & Wine Hotel (included in “premium” option)

    Restaurant – Local restaurant in Caminha (included in “premium” option)

    Day 4: Cycling the Camino: Caminha - Vigo (65km)

    Leave Caminha by ferry boat (there’s one every hour, except on Monday), towards “A Guarda”, entering Spain. The initial part of the day offers no big climbs, just ups and downs until you reach Bayona, a beautiful coastal town. Meanwhile, enjoy the medieval villages across the galician coastline, tasting wonderful tapas and seafood along the way. Stop in Bayona for lunch to admire this beautiful city and then press on to Vigo for an additional 25km ride, tackling a short, but steep climb to reach Saigráns and to experience one of the most beautiful views in the region: Vigo’s “Ria”, where the sea water mixes with the river, and you’ll be able to see the “bateas” where mussels are produced (a local delicacy) and the Ciés islands in the background – a natural park in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. You will then descend into the busy city of Vigo, and climb some more until you reach your hotel “Tryp Los Galeones”, an urban hotel very close to the Camino. Vigo has some good options to go out for a drink at night and experience the Spanish "Movida".

    Hotel – Tryp Los Galeones

    Restaurant – Local seafood restaurant (included in “premium” option)

    Day 5: Cycling the Camino: Vigo – Pontevedra (37km)

    Your day will start with a steady climb toward’s the mountain range that overlooks the Ria de Vigo – 12km of macadam trails overlooking the Ria, followed by a descent towards Redondela – from Redondela, the “cental camino” and the “coastal camino” become one! Another climb near Cessantes and then a descent to cross the Verdugo river over the romanic bridge of “Ponte Sampaio”. Another climb will follow and then, from km28 on, it’s a long descent until you reach Pontevedra and its beautiful Parador right in the middle of it’s historical center. Take your time to explore Pontevedra’s center on a walk at nightime by the Galician plazas of Ourense and Ferraria, where you’ll find the city’s Basilica and Chapel.

    Hotel – Parador de Pontevedra 

    Restaurant – Loaira (Included in the premium option)

    Day 6: Cycling the Camino: Pontevedra - Padrón (41km)

    After breakfast you’ll continue your pilgrimage feeling you’re already getting close to Santiago. You’ll notice another change in the landscape since you’ll be abandoning the coast and returning to inland Galicia, with its lush green woods and forested areas. Your hotel of the day is located in Padrón a village known for being the cradle of Galicia and for its Green Peppers, the Padrón Peppers. Take some time to visit the village, climb to the Santiaguiño do Monte lookout point, visit the botanical gardens or Toxa waterfall and taste the food, If you’re adventurous and it’s in season try the Lamprea. Check in at our Hotel Pazo de Lestrove or Os Lambráns. 

    Hotel – Hotel Pazo de Lestrove or Os Lambráns (included in “premium” option)

    Restaurant - Pulperia Rial or Os Carisos restaurant (included in “premium” option)

    Day 7: Cycling the Camino: Padrón – Santiago de Compostela (28km)

    After breakfast you’ll begin the last stage of your Way of St. James. This will be a small test to your will and tenacity as the route starts going uphill almost from the start. You’ll go through small villages and churches with clear signs that the end of the Way is near. When you arrive visit the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, end point of your pilgrimage. Compostela is a millennial city with places and monuments that deserve a visit, such as its plazas in the central area of the old town, the narrow streets and traditional markets. Check-in at your hotel, Virxe de La cerca or the epic Parador de Santiago (included in the "premium" option), and then dedicate the rest of your afternoon to visit the pilgrims office and discover this medieval city's traditions, culture and heritage. 

    Hotel – Virxe de La Cerca or Parador de Santiago de Compostela (included in the "premium" option)

    Day 8: Cycling the Camino: Transfer to Porto

    Breakfast at your hotel, followed by check-out. At scheduled time, transfer from Santiago de Compostela back to Porto airport.

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  • Dates and Prices

    Dates Self-Guided Guided Premium more info
    2018-04-01 1585EUR2500EUR3600EUR
    2018-06-17 1685EUR2600EUR3700EUR
    2018-09-02 1685EUR2600EUR3700EUR
    Bike Tour in the Portuguese Camino - by the Coast, from Porto

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     Prices:

    1585€ per person in the self-guided experience of 8 days;

    2500€ per person in the guided experience of 8 days;

    3600€ per person in the premium experience of 8 days;

    Single supplement - 500€

    High season supplement - 150€

    Upgrade to Premium hotels supplement - 350€

    E-bike supplement - 100€

    Included:

    - Transfer from the airport/hotel to the beggining of the tour;

    - Daily guided tours by experienced local cyclists, always adapted to your pace;**

    - 7 nights in charm 4 star hotels (5 star)*, in double/twin bedroom with breakfast included;

    - Lunches and dinners at handpicked restaurants;*

    - Nutrition and hydration by Zipvit during our rides;**

    - Entrance in museums, wineries and other selected experiences;*

    - Rental of a MTB or Touring bicycle (Scott Aspect 930), GPS and helmet;

    - Support vehicle and mechanical support throughout all the rides;**

    - Luggage transportation between hotels;

    - Personal Accidents Insurance during our tour;

    - Live Love Ride jersey**, cap and bib shorts*

     

    * - Premium option only

    ** - Guided and Premium option only

     

    Not Included:

    - Meals, except when specified (optional);

    - Personal expenses

    - Flights;

    - Gratuities (optional);

    Add-ons:

    Half Board (self guided and guided option only):

    Dinner at the hotel (7 meals): 245€, drinks not included

    Extra nights:

    Extra nights in Porto or Santiago de Compostela before or after this tour - on demand;

    Discounts:

    Non cyclists - 20% discount;

    Children up to 10 years old - 35% discount;

    Children from 11 to 14 years old - 25% discount;

    Children from 15 to 17 years old - 20% discount;

    Private and Customized cycling tours and dates

    If you have a group and want to make this a private bike tour, or want to schedule a different date than the ones listed above, we are available to customize this and other bycling experiences to better suit your needs and availability. Please contact us at ricardo.costa@liveloveride.pt for more information.

    Additional information:

    All prices include VAT and may be subject to change. The information in this program is valid up to 31/12/2018, and may suffer from additional changes, due to the availability of the hotels and activities listed in the program. Does not dispense confirmation of this information with Live Love Ride.

     

     

  • What's included?

    Self-Guided Guided Premium
    Duration 8 days / 7 nights 8 days / 7 nights 8 days / 7 nights
    Tour Start Porto airport Porto airport Porto airport
    Tour End Porto airport Porto airport Porto airport
    Difficulty Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate
    Daily Km 40 to 65km 40 to 65km 40 to 65km
    Terrain type Mixed Mixed Mixed
    Bike type Hybrid, Mountain or E-bike Hybrid, Mountain or E-bike Hybrid, Mountain or E-bike
    Altimetry 500 to 800m 500 to 800m 500 to 800m
    Group size Minimum of 2 pax 4 to 12 guests 4 to 12 guests
    Availability Available everyday, on demand Join one of our open dates Join one of our open dates
    Private tour option Available for a minimum of 4 guests Available for a minimum of 4 guests
    Hotel type 4 star or charm hotels 4 star or charm hotels Upgrade to 5 star hotels
    Acommodation Shared double or twin room Shared double or twin room Shared double or twin room
    Luggage transfer Included, between hotels Included, between hotels Included, between hotels
    Passenger transfer To and from start/end of the ride Throughout all the tour Throughout all the tour
    Guidance type Not guided Guide riding with the group Guide riding with the group
    Vehicle Support No vehicle support Vehicle support at all times during the rides Vehicle support at all times during the rides
    Nutrition and hydration Not included Included, during the rides Included, during the rides
    Bike and gear rental Scott bike, helmet and gear Scott bike, helmet and gear Scott bike, helmet and gear
    Meals Breakfasts included, at the hotels Breakfasts included, at the hotels Breakfasts, lunches and all dinners included
    Other experiences Not included Not included Wine tasting experience, walking tour in Santiago
    Equipment Not included Live Love Ride Jersey Live Love Ride Jersey, Bib shorts and cycling cap
    Rider Insurance Included, for accidents during the rides Included, for accidents during the rides Included, for accidents during the rides
    Per non-cyclist 20% 20% 20%
    Children up to 10 y/old 30% 30% 30%
    Children from 11 to 14 y/old 25% 25% 25%
    Children from 15 to 17y/old 20% 20% 20%
    High-season supplement 150EUR 150EUR 150EUR
    E-bike supplement 100EUR 100EUR 100EUR
    Premium Hotel supplement 350EUR 350EUR 350EUR

Cycling the camino, the Way of St James: A bike tour in the Camino of Santiago de Compostela from Porto, by the Minho and Galician coastlines.

BeachUrbanBig outdoorsCulturalGourmetGroupHistoricalMountain RangeMountain BikeLeisure tripsUrban

The coastal variation of the Portuguese Camino will take you from Porto to Santiago de Compostela on a bike tour by the medieval and romanic cities of the north of Portugal and Galiza. Always accompanied by the ocean, this is a less demanding ride than the Central Camino but an equally rewarding one as you'll visit the coastal medieval towns and villages of Vila do Conde, Póvoa do Varzim, Viana do Castelo and Vigo, just before you join the central route in Redondela to continue the route to Santiago.

/ Cycling the camino is an epic journey turned bike tour, a pilgrimage that started in the 9th Century with the discovery, in Galiza, of the remains of St. James. In 1325, the Portuguese queen Isabel made a pilgrimage to Santiago following a route very similar to the one that today is marked with yellow arrows, crossing the then recently built Barcelos bridge; Now it’s your time to trail the Way of St James.

/ Start cycling the Camino in the city of Porto, settled in the 4th century during the roman occupation, visit its UNESCO world heritage sites and its unique traditions, architecture, port wines and cellars. Riding the Way of St James, you'll feel like a citizen of the world, where several languages are spoken as one, passing through amazing medieval villages like Ponte de Lima, Barcelos and Valença, with typical traces from the northern Portuguese architecture and art.

/ The portuguese way of St James is made of trails and dirt tracks, ancient roman roads, municipal roads and even alongside modern roads. It’s of an enormous diversity and there’s always a surprise on every bend.

/ Immerse in the scenario of Minho and Galicia, while cycling the Camino, the roads and trails of the woodland areas, small villages and “pueblos” that still seem to be in the Middle Ages. Enjoy this regions’ gastronomy, rich in variety and flavor, a true feast for your senses. Taste the Port and Green wines, so typical of the Minho region and stay in some of the best hotels in the Way of St James.

/ Arrive in Santiago de Compostela, designated UNESCO world heritage site and admire the shrine of Saint James at the end of your pilgrimage. 

 

 

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Day 1, Arrival and transfer to Porto airport

Pick up from the airport and transfer to the Ipanema Park Hotel or riverside Pestana World Heritage hotel (included in the "premium" option), located in the Ribeira, the city’s iconic living postcard. You have a free afternoon to visit the beautiful and cozy city of Porto, rich with history and monuments like the Clérigos Tower and the D. Luis Bridge. The old quarters of Baixa with its local shops, restaurants and pastry shops, Ribeira a quarter by the river Douro, facing the wine cellars of the Port wine, full with the city’s traditions and historical connection to the wine and the wine country of the Douro. Shopping areas such as Santa Catarina and Aliados Avenue. Not to miss are the great restaurants around town with some of the tastiest food in the country. 

Hotel – Ipanema Park Hotel or Pestana Heritage (included in “premium” option)

Dinner – Restaurante Traça (included in “premium” option)

Day 2: Cycling the Camino: Porto - Ofir  (65km or 52km)

After breakfast, transfer from your hotel to the Porto Cathedral from where you’ll begin your pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, cycling the Camino. In Sé Cathedral, you can enter and pick-up your pilgrim passport, that you can ask to be stamped in several hotels and restaurants as you go through the Camino. From Sé, you’ll start your adventure through the city, descending Sé Velha and Mouzinho da Silveira street, to Porto’s riverside, riding the cycle paths alongside the Douro river, untill you get to Leça da Palmeira (option to start in Leça da Palmeira, shortening the day’s stage to 52 km). From here on, you’ll start following the yellow arrow’s by Portugal’s coastline, towards the north. From Leça da Palmeira, the Camino will be a mix of cycle paths, paved roads and walkways all the way until you reach the historical city of “Vila do Conde” and the beach resort plus fishermen’s town of “Póvoa do Varzim” – both of which are good options for lunch. After “Póvoa do Varzim”, keep riding through the small fishermen’s villages until you reach Fão, where you’ll turn left, towards the ocean once more and the pinetree forested area of Ofir, staying for the night in Axis Ofir hotel or Hotel Parque do Rio ( included in the "premium" option)

Hotel – Axis Ofir Hotel or Hotel parque do Rio (included in “premium” option)

Dinner – Freash fish restaurant in Apúlia (included in “premium” option)

Day 3: Cycling the Camino: Ofir – Caminha (35km)

After breakfast at the hotel, start your day riding north, crossing the river to Esposende and alongside the Cávado river – then through the quaint villages of the north of Portugal. At km15 you’ll start climbing and entering a more technical trail until you cross a very narrow bridge across the Neiva river – another climb will follow until you reach Viana do Castelo, across the river, where you will be able to see te “Santa Luzia” church on top of the nearby mountain range. The historical city center is a good option to stop for lunch and visit. After Viana, keep riding north and inland, through the mountain range – some urban single tracks and ancient paved roads will follow, until you reach “Vila Praia de Âncora”, from where you’ll ride the Ecopista, by the shoreline, until you reach your hotel, “Portas do Sol”, just outside Caminha or Caminha "Design & Wine Hotel" (included in the "premium" option)

Hotel – Portas do Sol or Design & Wine Hotel (included in “premium” option)

Restaurant – Local restaurant in Caminha (included in “premium” option)

Day 4: Cycling the Camino: Caminha - Vigo (65km)

Leave Caminha by ferry boat (there’s one every hour, except on Monday), towards “A Guarda”, entering Spain. The initial part of the day offers no big climbs, just ups and downs until you reach Bayona, a beautiful coastal town. Meanwhile, enjoy the medieval villages across the galician coastline, tasting wonderful tapas and seafood along the way. Stop in Bayona for lunch to admire this beautiful city and then press on to Vigo for an additional 25km ride, tackling a short, but steep climb to reach Saigráns and to experience one of the most beautiful views in the region: Vigo’s “Ria”, where the sea water mixes with the river, and you’ll be able to see the “bateas” where mussels are produced (a local delicacy) and the Ciés islands in the background – a natural park in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. You will then descend into the busy city of Vigo, and climb some more until you reach your hotel “Tryp Los Galeones”, an urban hotel very close to the Camino. Vigo has some good options to go out for a drink at night and experience the Spanish "Movida".

Hotel – Tryp Los Galeones

Restaurant – Local seafood restaurant (included in “premium” option)

Day 5: Cycling the Camino: Vigo – Pontevedra (37km)

Your day will start with a steady climb toward’s the mountain range that overlooks the Ria de Vigo – 12km of macadam trails overlooking the Ria, followed by a descent towards Redondela – from Redondela, the “cental camino” and the “coastal camino” become one! Another climb near Cessantes and then a descent to cross the Verdugo river over the romanic bridge of “Ponte Sampaio”. Another climb will follow and then, from km28 on, it’s a long descent until you reach Pontevedra and its beautiful Parador right in the middle of it’s historical center. Take your time to explore Pontevedra’s center on a walk at nightime by the Galician plazas of Ourense and Ferraria, where you’ll find the city’s Basilica and Chapel.

Hotel – Parador de Pontevedra 

Restaurant – Loaira (Included in the premium option)

Day 6: Cycling the Camino: Pontevedra - Padrón (41km)

After breakfast you’ll continue your pilgrimage feeling you’re already getting close to Santiago. You’ll notice another change in the landscape since you’ll be abandoning the coast and returning to inland Galicia, with its lush green woods and forested areas. Your hotel of the day is located in Padrón a village known for being the cradle of Galicia and for its Green Peppers, the Padrón Peppers. Take some time to visit the village, climb to the Santiaguiño do Monte lookout point, visit the botanical gardens or Toxa waterfall and taste the food, If you’re adventurous and it’s in season try the Lamprea. Check in at our Hotel Pazo de Lestrove or Os Lambráns. 

Hotel – Hotel Pazo de Lestrove or Os Lambráns (included in “premium” option)

Restaurant - Pulperia Rial or Os Carisos restaurant (included in “premium” option)

Day 7: Cycling the Camino: Padrón – Santiago de Compostela (28km)

After breakfast you’ll begin the last stage of your Way of St. James. This will be a small test to your will and tenacity as the route starts going uphill almost from the start. You’ll go through small villages and churches with clear signs that the end of the Way is near. When you arrive visit the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, end point of your pilgrimage. Compostela is a millennial city with places and monuments that deserve a visit, such as its plazas in the central area of the old town, the narrow streets and traditional markets. Check-in at your hotel, Virxe de La cerca or the epic Parador de Santiago (included in the "premium" option), and then dedicate the rest of your afternoon to visit the pilgrims office and discover this medieval city's traditions, culture and heritage. 

Hotel – Virxe de La Cerca or Parador de Santiago de Compostela (included in the "premium" option)

Day 8: Cycling the Camino: Transfer to Porto

Breakfast at your hotel, followed by check-out. At scheduled time, transfer from Santiago de Compostela back to Porto airport.

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Dates Self-Guided Guided Premium more info
2018-04-01 1585EUR2500EUR3600EUR
2018-06-17 1685EUR2600EUR3700EUR
2018-09-02 1685EUR2600EUR3700EUR
Bike Tour in the Portuguese Camino - by the Coast, from Porto

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 Prices:

1585€ per person in the self-guided experience of 8 days;

2500€ per person in the guided experience of 8 days;

3600€ per person in the premium experience of 8 days;

Single supplement - 500€

High season supplement - 150€

Upgrade to Premium hotels supplement - 350€

E-bike supplement - 100€

Included:

- Transfer from the airport/hotel to the beggining of the tour;

- Daily guided tours by experienced local cyclists, always adapted to your pace;**

- 7 nights in charm 4 star hotels (5 star)*, in double/twin bedroom with breakfast included;

- Lunches and dinners at handpicked restaurants;*

- Nutrition and hydration by Zipvit during our rides;**

- Entrance in museums, wineries and other selected experiences;*

- Rental of a MTB or Touring bicycle (Scott Aspect 930), GPS and helmet;

- Support vehicle and mechanical support throughout all the rides;**

- Luggage transportation between hotels;

- Personal Accidents Insurance during our tour;

- Live Love Ride jersey**, cap and bib shorts*

 

* - Premium option only

** - Guided and Premium option only

 

Not Included:

- Meals, except when specified (optional);

- Personal expenses

- Flights;

- Gratuities (optional);

Add-ons:

Half Board (self guided and guided option only):

Dinner at the hotel (7 meals): 245€, drinks not included

Extra nights:

Extra nights in Porto or Santiago de Compostela before or after this tour - on demand;

Discounts:

Non cyclists - 20% discount;

Children up to 10 years old - 35% discount;

Children from 11 to 14 years old - 25% discount;

Children from 15 to 17 years old - 20% discount;

Private and Customized cycling tours and dates

If you have a group and want to make this a private bike tour, or want to schedule a different date than the ones listed above, we are available to customize this and other bycling experiences to better suit your needs and availability. Please contact us at ricardo.costa@liveloveride.pt for more information.

Additional information:

All prices include VAT and may be subject to change. The information in this program is valid up to 31/12/2018, and may suffer from additional changes, due to the availability of the hotels and activities listed in the program. Does not dispense confirmation of this information with Live Love Ride.

 

 

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Self-Guided Guided Premium
Duration 8 days / 7 nights 8 days / 7 nights 8 days / 7 nights
Tour Start Porto airport Porto airport Porto airport
Tour End Porto airport Porto airport Porto airport
Difficulty Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate
Daily Km 40 to 65km 40 to 65km 40 to 65km
Terrain type Mixed Mixed Mixed
Bike type Hybrid, Mountain or E-bike Hybrid, Mountain or E-bike Hybrid, Mountain or E-bike
Altimetry 500 to 800m 500 to 800m 500 to 800m
Group size Minimum of 2 pax 4 to 12 guests 4 to 12 guests
Availability Available everyday, on demand Join one of our open dates Join one of our open dates
Private tour option Available for a minimum of 4 guests Available for a minimum of 4 guests
Hotel type 4 star or charm hotels 4 star or charm hotels Upgrade to 5 star hotels
Acommodation Shared double or twin room Shared double or twin room Shared double or twin room
Luggage transfer Included, between hotels Included, between hotels Included, between hotels
Passenger transfer To and from start/end of the ride Throughout all the tour Throughout all the tour
Guidance type Not guided Guide riding with the group Guide riding with the group
Vehicle Support No vehicle support Vehicle support at all times during the rides Vehicle support at all times during the rides
Nutrition and hydration Not included Included, during the rides Included, during the rides
Bike and gear rental Scott bike, helmet and gear Scott bike, helmet and gear Scott bike, helmet and gear
Meals Breakfasts included, at the hotels Breakfasts included, at the hotels Breakfasts, lunches and all dinners included
Other experiences Not included Not included Wine tasting experience, walking tour in Santiago
Equipment Not included Live Love Ride Jersey Live Love Ride Jersey, Bib shorts and cycling cap
Rider Insurance Included, for accidents during the rides Included, for accidents during the rides Included, for accidents during the rides
Per non-cyclist 20% 20% 20%
Children up to 10 y/old 30% 30% 30%
Children from 11 to 14 y/old 25% 25% 25%
Children from 15 to 17y/old 20% 20% 20%
High-season supplement 150EUR 150EUR 150EUR
E-bike supplement 100EUR 100EUR 100EUR
Premium Hotel supplement 350EUR 350EUR 350EUR

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/ Book your guided tour by joining one of our open dates

/ Book this tour as a Self-Guided experience (minimum of 2 people) and go whenever you want;

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