An adventure through the Algarve countryside where participants can get to know our local customs, villages, delicacies, farms, animals and typical plantations such as orange groves and cork oak forests through our friendly and knowledgeable guides!
There will be a stop at a farm called Quinta do Freixo with an area of about 800Ha, located in the heart of the Algarve and dedicated to activities ranging from Agriculture and Livestock to the Production of Traditional Products and Rural Tourism. The entire area is certified in the organic production mode. Here, participants will have the opportunity to try delicious jams among the following flavors: pumpkin, fig, orange, pumpkin with almond, green tomato, apricot, tomato. If customers want to buy any of these products, they can do so directly at the farm during the stop and it's a good souvenir to surprise family and friends. Before we leave, you'll also taste the famous Algarve liqueur: Aguardiente de Figo! A shortcut will be made to a remote location at the top of a valley and for 30 to 40 minutes customers will be able to marvel at an unforgettable sunset in the interior of the Algarve while toasting with a Sparkling Rosé!
Alte is one of the most typical villages in the Algarve, this beautiful region of southern Portugal. Its white houses, inscribed in the Mediterranean green of nature, stand out against the intense blue of the southern sky.
Paderne is one of the oldest villages in the municipality of Albufeira, maintaining rural characteristics and traces of an inland village with its castle.
Paderne Castle is an old fortification located in the parish of Paderne, in the municipality of Albufeira, in the Algarve. It was built in the late 12th century by the Berbers, in an area about 7.5 kilometers (4.7 mi) inland. The building is located just 8.2 km (5.1 miles) from the tourist town of Albufeira. It is believed to be one of the original castles that occupy the shield of the Portuguese national flag.
Alte Natural Springs is one of the most pleasant places in the region, with its crystal clear waters of the Alte stream, surrounded by a wooded area of great beauty and peace of mind.
Sun-ripened in a region with 300 days of sunshine per year, oranges from Algarve are incredibly sweet and juicy.
The Cork Oak Forests are called “Montado de Sobro”. This is one of the richest ecosystems in the world and Portugal has the largest area in the world (concentrates 34% of the world's area, in a total of 736 thousand hectares which correspond to 23% of the national forest).
The "Campaniça" sheep, typical of the region, is characterized by small animals but very well adapted to the rough conditions of the Algarve's Inland. Its wool is recognized to be water-repellent, used to make blankets and fisherman's clothing.
Produced without dyes or preservatives and with fruits and vegetables from our own production, our jams are recognized for their quality and exquisite taste. They are sold at Quinta do Freixo, Quinta do Mel and in several gourmet stores in Portugal and other countries. Some leading hotel chains have also opted for our jams to serve their guests.
With an area of around 800Ha, Quinta do Freixo is located in the heart of the Algarve and is dedicated to activities ranging from Agriculture and Livestock to Transformation and Tourism in Rural Areas. The entire area is certified in organic production.
Rocha da Pena is a prominent rocky outcrop of the Algarve’s Barrocal. Its particular orography gives rise to an impressive diversity of fauna and flora in a relatively small area.
Pick-up and drop-off service included between Carvoeiro and Quarteira.
- Children under 3 years old are not allowed.
Good outdoors shoes. Comfortable clothes suitable for the weather conditions. Adventurous spirit.