Walking Holidays in Portugal | Portugal Green Walks
We make customized guided and self-guided walking and wine tours in northern Portugal. We are also specialized in the Portuguese Camino de Santiago.
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Peneda-Gerês National Park

Explore Peneda-Gerês National Park

Self-guided | 8 days | from 803€

7-day self-guided walking holiday amid the magnificent mountain scenery and rural communities of Peneda-Gerês National Park.

Portuguese Camino de Santiago

Portuguese Camino de Santiago

Self-guided  |  14 days | from 830€

Walk the ancient pilgrim route of the Portuguese Camino de Santiago. Luggage transfers and 4-star hotels make the challenge enjoyable.


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Heart and Soul of Douro Wine Region

Self-guided | 8 days | from 990€

This rewarding self-guided walk through the dramatic vine-filled landscape of Portugal’s most scenic wine region offers spectacular views of the terraced hillsides, rivers and valleys of the Douro Valley.

The Atlantic Route coastal walk Portugal. Scenic coastal trails

Atlantic Route Coastal Walking Holiday

Self-guided | 8 days | from 840€

Spend a week exploring the Atlantic Route (Costa Verde), a beautiful and diverse coastline north of Porto on this gently-paced self-guided coastal trail.


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Whether you’re looking to enjoy a few days of absolute relaxation or a refreshing and invigorating walking holidays in Portugal, the northern region will surprise you with its fantastic opportunities for nature and adventure lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Don’t miss the chance to discover our nature.

Wine tasting in Douro Valley

The nation of Portugal stems from the North and the rich cultural heritage of the region reflects its noble and ancient origins.

Traditions, culture and history, architecture, gastronomy and wine, landscape, hospitality and the cheerfulness of its people are attributes of this unique region.

luxury villa in Douro Valley

Welcome to a unique collection of handpicked luxury retreats.

Our carefully selected holiday homes offer a range of different atmospheres in stunningly scenic locations. These exclusive properties provide total privacy and comfort, making your holiday experience a truly pleasurable and memorable one.

Portuguese Camino de Santiago

Guided or self-guided, the Portuguese Camino de Santiago from Porto to Santiago is an opportunity to discover the hospitality of the people of northern Portugal and Galicia as well as the remarkable architectural heritage, centuries-old cultural traditions and the area’s rich gastronomy.


Avenida dos Aliados, Porto

Explore one of the top destinations in Europe. With more than 2000 years, the historical centre of Porto is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996.

It’s the world’s oldest demarcated wine region. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the land of the famous port wine and one of the most popular wine destinations in Europe.

Historical Cities in northern Portugal

The Minho region is brimming with history, culture and traditions. Discover its well-preserved historic town centres full of character and fascinating details.

Ancient bridge over the River Malara in Gimonde

Explore plateaus and majestic mountains, towns and untouched historical villages, traditional cuisine and the genuine hospitality of a people proud of their customs.


  • Santiago de Compostela

    What to do in Santiago de Compostela after the Camino

    If you have completed or are about to start a Camino de Santiago, you will inevitably visit the city’s magnificent cathedral. But what else is there to do in Santiago de Compostela? Quite a lot, actually, so we’d recommend adding an extra night or two to your itinerary so that you have time and energy to fully appreciate its charms.


  • Porto Oporto

    7 Great Ideas for Your Porto Itinerary

    In the last decade or so, Porto has transformed from a rather rundown second city into a bustling destination that wins awards and graces the glossy pages of international travel and lifestyle magazines. There’s no disputing that this is indeed a city worth visiting so here are some suggestions for what to do in Porto.


  • Guided walking tours in Douro wine region

    Top 3 Douro Viewpoints For Unforgettable Scenery

    Much of the Douro wine region’s appeal lies in its remarkable landscape. The so-called ‘river of gold’ winds across the north of Portugal through a seemingly endless series of undulating slopes. In the heart of the Douro Valley, these hills are cultivated to form striped vineyards while other areas remain rugged and untamed.

    To fully appreciate the magnificent Douro Valley scenery, you should aim to visit at least one miradouro or viewpoint. These are usually signposted with brown Miradouro signs.


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