Harbor in Porto, Portugal. Photo via Flickr:Porfirio
Duoro River in Porto, Portugal. Photo via Flickr:Alex Ristea

Gorgeous tiled buildings in Porto, Portugal. Photo via Flickr:Berit Watkin
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Costa Prateada de Portugal

Portugal Passeios de Bicicleta

De Porto a Coimbra

  • A “Costa de Prata” de Portugal é um trecho do fantástico litoral que atravessa o norte de Lisboa. Esse passeio de bicicleta passa por um dos mais importantes caminhos pela costa, entre a cidade do Porto e a “capital” da região do centro, Coimbra. A Costa de Prata tem algumas das melhores praias em Portugal, embelezadas por areia cor de prata e águas cristalinas. Vistas deslumbrantes de montanhas vão inspira-lo diariamente no decorrer deste tour. Não há local melhor para iniciar o seu tour em Portugal, que a linda e histórica cidade do Porto. Passeie pelas estreitas ruas de paralelepípedos do antigo bairro da Ribeira e contraste com a Avenida dos Aliados, a principal avenida do Porto, repleta de edifícios arquitetonicamente impressionantes, cafés e boutiques. Toda a região é famosa pela produção de vinho do Porto, que permanece armazenado nas vastas caves que se estendem ao longo das margens do majestoso Rio Douro. Certifique-se de aproveitar todas as oportunidades para provar o melhor de Portugal. Este tour termina na beira-rio de Coimbra, a cidade universitária. Esta é considerada uma das mais bonitas cidades de Portugal, logo atrás da cidade do Porto.

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  • PREÇOS 2019  

    Auto-guiado (mínimo 2 pessoas): $ 1,537 $ 2049 $ 2,561 1360 NOK 12807 £ 1155 kr 11822 Tour c/ Suporte (mínimo  4): $ 1,886 $ 2515 $ 3,143 1669 NOK 15716 £ 1418 kr 14507 Guiado (mínimo de 4 pessoas): $ 2,520 $ 3360 $ 4,200 2230 NOK 20999 £ 1895 kr 19384 Suplemento quarto individual: $ 372 $ 496 $ 620 329 NOK 3098 £ 280 kr 2860 Suplemento de estação para os meses de junho, agosto e setembro: $ 113 $ 151 $ 188 100 NOK 942 £ 85 kr 869

    opções extras

    EBike: $ 226 $ 301 $ 377 200 NOK 1883 £ 170 kr 1738 Passagem de trem de Coimbra a Lisboa:+/- $ 28 $ 38 $ 47 25 NOK 235 £ 21 kr 217 Noites extras: mediante solicitação

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    As tarifas são por pessoa em ocupação dupla (quarto/cabine).

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  • Viagem

    Voo para o aeroporto de Lisboa

    Viagem Local

    Traslados de e para o aeroporto de Porto estão incluídos no preço do pacote.


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A “Costa de Prata” de Portugal é um trecho do fantástico litoral que atravessa o norte de Lisboa. Este tour de bicicleta passa por um dos mais importantes caminhos pela costa, entre a cidade do Porto e a “capital” da região do centro, Coimbra. A Costa de Prata tem algumas das melhores praias em Portugal, embelezadas por areia cor de prata e águas cristalinas. Vistas deslumbrantes de montanhas vão inspirá-lo diariamente no decorrer deste tour. Não há local melhor para iniciar o seu tour em Portugal, que a linda e histórica cidade do Porto. Passeie pelas estreitas ruas de paralelepípedos do antigo bairro da Ribeira e contraste com a Avenida dos Aliados, a principal avenida do Porto, repleta de edifícios arquitetonicamente impressionantes, cafés e boutiques. Toda a região é famosa pela produção de vinho do Porto, que permanece armazenado nas vastas caves que se estendem ao longo das margens do majestoso Rio Douro. Certifique-se de aproveitar todas as oportunidades para provar o melhor de Portugal. Este tour termina na beira-rio de Coimbra, a cidade universitária. Esta é considerada uma das mais bonitas cidades de Portugal, logo atrás da cidade do Porto.

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Onde você ficará

Hotéis 4 estrelas.

O que está incluído

  • TOUR AUTO-GUIADO
  • 6 noites em alojamentos
  • Pequeno-almoço
  • Transporte desde o Aeroporto do Porto
  • Aluguel de bicicleta
  • GPS
  • Descrição do caminho e mapas
  • Transporte de bagagem
  • Bilhete de trem de Coimbra para o Porto ou de Coimbra para Lisboa
  • TOUR GUIADO
  • 6 noites em hotéis
  • Pequeno-almoço
  • Transporte desde o Aeroporto do Porto
  • AlugueL de bicicleta
  • Descrição do caminho e mapas
  • Transporte de bagagem
  • Bilhete de comboio de Coimbra para o Porto ou de Coimbra para Lisboa
  • Veículo de suporte
  • 5 almoços
  • 5 jantares
  • Seguro de acidente pessoal
  • Seguro contra todos os riscos

O que não está incluído

  • Bebidas
  • Gorjetas
passeioBicicleta
tipoAmbos
NívelFácil
duração7 dias
De1360 Preços
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Datas do passeio

DATAS 2019      

DIARIAMENTE O ANO INTEIRO

Itinerário dia a dia

Costa Prateada de Portugal Map

Dia 1: Porto 
Dia 2: Porto – Furadouro (47 km)
Dia 3: Furadouro – Aveiro (45 km)
Dia 4: Aveiro - Praia de Mira (40 km)
Dia 5: Praia de Mira - Figueira da Foz (50 km)
Dia 6: Figueira da Foz – Coimbra (55 km)
Dia 7: Transporte

Dia 1: Porto
O primeiro dia será passado no Porto, uma antiga cidade portuária outrora um posto do Império Romano, impregnado de história e tradição. Localizado ao longo do Vale do Rio Douro, no norte de Portugal, o Porto é uma das cidades europeias mais antigas e o seu centro histórico foi proclamado Património Mundial pela Unesco em 1996. 

Uma visita guiada (incluída) permitirá explorar esta cidade e toda a sua arte e tradição, como também os tradicionais azulejos azuis e brancos nas igrejas e casas. Inclui também alguns destaques contemporâneos, incluindo a livraria que inspirou, com os seus belíssimos detalhes, J. K. Rowling enquanto escrevia “Harry Potter” e o Palácio da Bolsa.

Dia 2: Porto  - Furadouro (47 km)​ 
Saída do Porto por uma das pontes mais famosas de Portugal, a Ponte D. Luis I, entrando pela cidade de Vila Nova de Gaia, no lado sul do rio Douro. Esta cidade foi originalmente fundada como o assentamento romano, Cale. Aqui pode-se visitar as mundialmente famosas adegas de vinho do Porto. Outro ponto alto é a capela do Senhor da Pedra, localizada na Praia de Miramar. Neste monumento construído no topo de uma rocha, situada à direita da costa do oceano Atlântico, desfrutam-se vistas incríveis para o mar e para a praia de areia branca que se estende em frente.

A chegada à cidade de Espinho, famosa pelo seu peixe fresco, pode-se provar o verdadeiro gosto do mar. Passando por Ovar, não se pode deixar de provar o famoso pão-de-ló! Em Portugal fazer pão é uma parte tão importante da cultura como a produção de vinho, queijo e pastelaria. Também terá a oportunidade de ver a famosa Capela dos Passos, que é classificada como Monumento de Interesse Nacional e muitos mais exemplos dos azulejos típicos portugueses, não só nas fachadas de edifícios públicos, como também em casas de propriedade privada.

Dia 3: Furadouro – Aveiro (45 km)​
Seguindo uma rota costeira, ciclando numa estrada secundária, através de várias aldeias de pescadores, incluindo Torreira com o seu longo trecho de fantástica praia. Também percorrerá a famosa reserva natural das Dunas de São Jacinto, uma tranquila reserva natural de 6,7 quilômetros quadrados, equipada com trilhos e áreas de observação de pássaros.
Via ferry, atravessa-se a Aveiro, onde se pode visitar o Mosteiro de Jesus, observar os azulejos da estação de comboio e fazer um passeio de barco pela Ria de Aveiro.

Dia 4: Aveiro - Praia de Mira (40 km)​
Neste dia a rota leva a Ílhavo, localidade de Vista Alegre, onde a fabricação portuguesa de porcelana, foi fundada em 1815. Pode-se apreciar a paisagem fantástica da famosa Costa Nova do Prado, onde as praias estão interligadas com as fazendas rurais, criando um ambiente único, como os antigos palheiros que sustêm a paisagem.

Dia 5: Praia de Mira- Figueira da Foz Route (50 km)
A pouco conhecida e bela Lagoa Barrinha é o foco deste dia. A paisagem progride de beira-do-mar e da grande extensão de dunas de areia para a da lagoa e às florestas aromáticas de pinho. A Rainha da Costa de Prata, Figueira da Foz, é o destino do dia. É aqui que o belo Rio Mondego se junta ao Oceano.

Dia 6 - Figueira da Foz – Coimbra (55 km)​
A última rota de ciclismo diverge do mar, mas continua ao longo do rio Mondego para terminar em Coimbra. Cidade famosa pela sua Universidade, a mais antiga de Portugal, e uma das mais antigas da Europa. Ao longo do tempo Coimbra moldou a sua imagem para se tornar a conhecida “Cidade dos estudantes ".

Dia 7 - Partida

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  • Gayle W. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The highlights were the following:
    RIDING - Sergio and his team were outstanding in every aspect ...nothing was too much trouble for him!
    We loved every day of cycling except the day from Praia de Mira to Figueira da Foz - I would recommend that you cut this day out of the cycling completely as it is not only ugly due to the fire but it is uncomfortable for 35km. We would recommend that you have two nights in Coimbra ...even if you must transport the cyclists in order that the day is not too long. Figueira da Foz is not as nice as the other towns either.
    HOTELS - all hotels were wonderful except for the one in Porto - I would recommend a different hotel - maybe one a little closer to the town (the wifi didnt work and the water was cold and just not the same standard as the rest)
    RESTAURANTS- the recommendations were brilliant and we had amazing meals every night
    HIGHLIGHTS - We would suggest that as well as the booklet that the guests are given a Read more… small"daily highlights" card which they can peg onto the front of their bikes (so that they dont have to get the booklet out of the bag) The card could indicate the "attraction" / "highlight" and the number of kilometers so that they are easy to find.
    We have cycled with various companies in France and Italy and these would be the tips which we feel could benefit your company

  • Liz G. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Bike company and owner Sergio were extremely helpful and particular that we all had a good experience. The bikes were of superior quality...Escorting us out of the center of Porto was greatly appreciated and necessary as we were a group of 12. Accommodations were excellent and GPS’ worked well. Restaurants along the way provided excellent food. The only negatives were the cobbled streets and some of the roads had many potholes so attention had to be paid instead of looking at the scenery. As Portugal becomes a “biking” country, I’m sure this will be addressed in the future. The locals were more courteous to bikers than our drivers at home!!
    The abundant storks nesting in one area was a highlight.

  • Jeanne W. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Porto was extraordinary as was Aveiro. The bike routes were primitive or sand covered. Local company was extremely nice and accommodating. Portuguese people couldn’t have been friendlier.

  • Kathleen B. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Biking along the coast was epic. The vistas were beyond beautiful.

  • Patricia S. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our Silver Coast of Portugal trip was splendid. Our guides, the food, our hotels and our group had a lovely time. We've done over 10 cycling trips and this was one of the best overall trips we've had.

  • Richard F. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Our self-guided Bruge/Amsterdam had given us a detailed book as well as GPS. This was [portugal coast] only GPS and one road was not usable due to a rock slide, so we had to go around a mountain with no real help with map. Also, they warned us of bad road conditions due to fire last year in their big forest. They were surely right as 15 miles of solid potholes and loose rock were what we got.

    • Jehiel from Tripsite 3 months ago     Staff

      Hi Richard,
      Thanks for this feedback. As you know, there are some factors we cannot control and do our best to prepare you in these situations. We have not received any feedback since your trip about poor route conditions and our local partner assured us this route is clear.
      Glad you still had a great trip!

  • Steven E. 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Portugal Silver Coast bike tour was one of my favorite vacations ever! I and 7 other people took the guided version of the tour in early June 2019. The more urban sight-seeing highlights included the city of Porto, with its very unique architecture and charming neighborhoods and cityscapes that cascade down the walls of both sides of the beautiful river valley, providing memorable photo-ops everywhere you turn. We toured a port distillery and tasted. Also noteworthy was the town of Aveiro, with its canals inhabited by gondolas and its colorfully tiled town center. And finally the university town of Coimbra, with its extraordinary 16th century library and its charming town square where groups of university students wearing darkest black perform splendid music (instruments and vocals) in various Portuguese traditions, such as Fado. Rural high-lights included beautiful beaches, pine forests, and amazing villages of stork nests, some constructed on high-voltage power distribution Read more… towers.
    Food highlights included a seafood and rice stew served at a little café in Miramar right near the chapel on the beach. Also, standout was a sports bar named Núcleo Sportinguista in Figueira da Foz where we feasted on sardines. Our server was a gem! She was so friendly and patient with our rowdy group that she deserves some sort of prize! And on the final night, we enjoyed a really extraordinary meal of lovely tapas and wines at Taberna Urbana in Coimbra. Just excellent!
    Many thanks to our guides, Sergio and Henrique, for their generous hospitality and flawless attention to detail. It was a joy to have them along on the trip!

  • Ann and Patrice 4 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We loved our bike trip and will definitely go back to Portugal. We would love to do another bike trip supported by Sergio and his team - we highly recommend them!
    Our trip was in April 2019 and from the moment we arrived we were warmly welcomed - with an airport pick up. We were given the best walking tour we have had which was done in conversation style allowing us to both learn about the rich history of Porto and to ask questions vs. being "talked at". A port tasting and tour was also included and was equally well done. Sergio and his staff treated us with incredible care all along the trip even though we were self guided. The bikes and Garmin GPS were top! The suggested restaurants along the way provided delicious food (that says a lot because we live in France and we are quite selective). Hotels were very comfortable some with spa facilities which were appreciated after being in the saddle. The route was varied - mostly coastal yet some forests. We enjoyed the Read more… visit to Vista Allegra to see the porcelain factory including the artists at work hand painting porcelain. We saw many birds along the route including nesting storks. The surface for cycling varied from paved bike routes, dirt trails and sometimes a bit of sand covering the route due to some wind. We strongly encourage you to treat yourself to this trip!

  • Leigh & Pat 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Just completed this tour - May, 2019. We were a group of 12 (Canadians) and were looking for a reasonably easy bike journey. The terrain was - as advertised - very flat and never strayed very far from the beautiful shorelines of Portugal. (one significant hill - character builder) Early to mid-May worked well and we could only imagine how crowded the beaches and communities would be if the trip were taken in high summer months. Many of the small towns we passed through were almost dormant - very little life or activity, and many shops seemed closed . If you take the trip - be aware of Sunday closings and fewer selections of restaurants in Portugal. Sergio, the organizer and supporter, was helpful in every way with the organization of the trip, gps devices and bikes. He was available at all times if needed. We did not require that sort of support - and we were non-guided. The actual surfaces of land that we biked upon were variable - ranging from excellent bike paths Read more… to rural, remote dirt roads - but all very passable.
    Not enough can be said about the hospitality and consideration of the Portuguese people we encountered. Bike travel is not as abundant in Portugal, and not as much a part of the culture, as elsewhere in Europe - but the gentle ways of the Portuguese are a pleasure to encounter. lb

  • Marjorie S. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    We loved this trip. The route was scenic and easily navigated, the bikes were well maintained and the customer service was impeccable. It was an easy trip with the exception of one leg at the end, but electric bikes made it doable. Absolutely recommended. The only point of confusion was occasionally the GPS would point us in 2 different directions. One was the main route and the other was an optional side trip. At times it was confusing as to which way to go. Otherwise, things were exceptionally well planned. See this wonderful part of Portugal while it’s still less visited by tourists.

  • Gloria 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Did a self-guided tour with a group of 5 women - had a blast. Flat terrain, beautiful scenery. Glad we built in time to explore Porto and Coimbra, both fabulous cities. Sergio was a pleasure to work with, highly recommend this trip.

  • Martha 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Very nice bike tour - great scenery and nice hotels. Everyone was very nice and helpful. Sergio is wonderful to work with and very responsive to our questions and requests. Wonderful trip!

  • Andy Foster 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    A wonderful time. A hands off unguided tour down that beautiful coast just my friend and I. Thanks to Sergio and the gang for excellent guidance and suggestions, and his GPS, we never got lost and were able to stay on bike paths most of the way. All hotels were waiting for us, our bags already pre arrived. Thanks again Sergio! Highly recommended.

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