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Early seafarers inspire an epic adventure along Portugal’s endless coastal playground.
Portugal is made for wanderers. From the top of the Moorish remnants of Castelo de São Jorge, Lisbon cascades downhill in all directions, new paths beckoning at every turn. Surf camps dot the 215-mile stretch south of the storied capital city. Part of the region known as the Alentejo, this shore is far quieter than the Algarve beaches at the country’s southern edge.
If you build it, they will come. At least that’s what Casas Brancas, the sustainability-focused non-profit that just unveiled a long-distance hiking and biking route through the southwest coast of Portugal, hopes will happen.