Costa Vicentina

Maybe the most adventurous sunny coast in Western Europe

The coast between Lisbon and the Algarve is a perfect touring destination all year long.

Magnificant beaches, virgin cliffs, empty trails and side roads and the calm life and tasty food of Alentejo provide perfect conditions for best bike holidays no matter if you are looking for action and adventure or smoove rides and a good time!

The first question is already how to leave Lisbons busy city trafic on both sides or Rio Tejo.

Here you have 3 interesting options: THe ferry boat from Belem to Trafaria, which comes with day trip via Sessimbra to Setubal. The second option is the ferry boat from Terreiro do Paco to Barreiro, followed by the train to Setubal. The third option is specially for everyone who is a bit in a rush: Catching the train from Lisbon to Faro until the station of Grandola. That way you start right out at the countryside.

Check out the gps-tracks on the left for rides with different start points

Find more about the public transportation below.





where to find us

Our headquarter is in Lisbon, Santa Apolonia
at Rua Caminhos de Ferro 54

Please consider that this is not a walk-in shop with definde opening hours. All rentals and services are provided after individual appointments

Beside we are available for you with our mobile stations in

  • Cascais
  • Lagos
  • Sagres

rent in Lagos & Sagres
rent in Lisbon & Cascais
one way rentals

Travel Mountainbike

€  25,- per day
€ 130,- per week

rear rack, bell, bottle holder, ergonomic grips, repair kit, airpump

26″ wheels with Schwalbe Marathon tires (pick up: Lisbon, Cascais, Lagos, Sagres)
29″ wheels with Schwalbe Marathon tires (pick up: Lisbon only)

One-Way Rentals

Lisbon/Cascais – Sagres/Lagos Sagres/Lagos – Lisbon/Cascais  

1 bike:      50,- 2 bikes:     90,- 3 bikes:    120,- more bikes on request


highlights along the way

Costa Caparica: specially at the south end, when the beach becomes less crowded the sandstone cliffs and the endless beach are ablast Serra da Arrabida: The hills between Cabo Espichel and Setubal offer a mix out of cultivated wine and cork and olive yards, dens forests and great beaches.It’s a ral hidden germ near Lisbon! Porto Covo: This touristic village is the start of a perfect dirt road along the beaches, passing Ilha do Pessegueiro and leading to Millfontes Odeceixe: The beach of Odeceixe is a bit away the route, but worthy to go! With it’s high cliffs and charming village it’s indeed one of Portugals most beautiful beaches. Carrapateira: The surfer village a view years ago installed a unique round way to the impressive cliffs around. A view additional miles and uphills which you shouldn’t miss! Sagres: The impressive cliffs speak for themselfs! Lagos: Lagos is the first bigger village after a while. Even if it is quite touristic the cosy old town and the marvelous beaches invite for a stay

Beside of the well known main attractions, many different highlights for all kind of interests are to find along the way.

Find some of the hidden places on this map and don’t miss if you have the time to see some more than just gravel and asphalt!

How to go?

Bike transportation is free at all mentioned transport companies. Specially the CP train between Faro and Lisbon only offers limited spots for bicycles. It’s highly recomended to book your ticket in advance, online or at any CP counter.

Ferry from Lisbon, T. do Paco – Barreiro
Ferry from Lisbon, Cais do Sodre – Cacilhas
Ferry from Belem – Trafaria

Ferry from Setubal – Troia

train from Lisbon, Entrecampos – Faro – Lagos
train from Barreiro – Setubal
train from Lisbon, Entrecampos – Grandola

train from Lisbon, Roma-Areeiro – Setubal