Portugal-Algarve

The Algarve - when Britain begins to shiver, the Algarve is still bathed in warm sunshine. Ideal in October/ November and March  for walking, warm yet not too hot to enjoy striding out along the coast or in the St Vincent National par or the Monchique mountains.

We have chosen this time of year - in late October or early November - to get  a little sun in before winters chill, and March - as we emerge from the cocoon of winter, the Algarve is a riot of spring flowers and the sunshine just bathes you and seduces you to relax.

Super hotels, relaxed walking, good company and food.  Join our walking  break and be invigorated .

The Algarve is kissed by the Gulf stream, keeping it warm all the year round, The walking is excellent - besides the spectacular and dramatic coastline, the interior is varied, with a number of landscapes. The local flora varies from area to area - from the Monchique mountains to the rolling foothills and dramatic limestone escarpments. We base ourselves in the western part of the Algarve - some of the walks really are secret. All the more interesting for that.


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Shropshire Hills - August 2019. Hi Alan, I just want to say thanks to you for another sensational Secret Hills holiday. They are just perfect for me and I really enjoy the relaxed atmosphere you manage to create. The fresh air and exercise are a lucky bonus. I have been to Church Stretton before, but there always seems to be something different and it never gets stale. The hills are magnificent of course and the weather was unexpectedly incredible, but none of that would be as much fun without Secret Hills, so thank you. I have said it before, but you get lovely inclusive people on your holidays. Until next time, All the best, Paul

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