Portugal has wonderful natural conditions for cycling tourism. Although a small country, it has a large variety of landscapes and it is full of cultural richness. There are hundreds of cycle routes throughout the country, either for cycle tourism or mountain biking. EuroVelo 1 - Atlantic Coast Route follows the entire coast of Portugal, and you will find plenty of information to organise your trip on the EuroVelo Portugal website.


National Information

Portuguese Federation of Cycle Tourism and Bicycle Users (FPCUB)

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

FPCUB aims to protect the environment by promoting the bicycle as a sustainable means of mobility (as well as protecting the security of its users). It also seeks to develop the practice of ecological cycling for leisure, fitness and tourism, including the EuroVelo routes, by promoting it both nationally and internationally. Founded in September 1987, FPCUB is a NGO working at a national level and it is a member of the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF).

EuroVelo Portugal

This website contains all the information you'll need on the EuroVelo 1 route in Portugal: divided in sections with an accurate description of the route, information on public transport, signposting along the route, information on the highway code, gps tracks and bike rental facilities.

Bookable Offers

Vicentine Cost and Algarve Bike Tour


An amazing biketour through one of Europe's best preserved regions. The southeast Alentejano Natural Park includes wild beaches surrounded by imposing cliffs, small mountain ranges, cork oak groves, traditional fishing villages, typical villages, spectacular views and important geographical points, such as Cape Sardão, the Cape of São Vicente, from where the caravels left for seas never before navigated, and Ponta de Sagres.

EuroVelo 1 from Porto to Lisbon


A mythic crossing between two symbolic and magic cities. You will start in the heart of Porto, which is a very lively city, listed as World Heritage site by Unesco. You will walk along the Atlantic Ocean, between endless golden beaches, fishing villages with colourful houses and forests of wild pine trees, in order to reach the capital city of Lisbon and its seven hills. All along the travel, you will enjoy delicious and authentic dishes served in small villages. Grand Angle