The Rota Vicentina
The Rota Vicentina is a set of long-distance hiking paths in southwest Portugal. The Historical Way, which is part of the Camino Portugues, is 231 kilometers in length. The Fisherman's Route is 120 kilometers along spectacular shoreline segments between Porto Covo and Cape St. Vincent. The Circular Routes add another 89 km to the main routes.
Additional information on the Rota Vicentina can be found here, here, and here.
In May 2018, I walked the Fisherman's and Historical Way from Porto Covo to Cape St. Vincent. Here are some of my photos:
Day 0 - Porto Covo
Day 3 - Almograve to Zambujeira do Mar
Day 4 - Zambujeira do Mar to Odeceixe
Day 5 - Odeceixe to Aljezur
Day 6 - Aljezur to Arrifana
Day 7 - Arrifana to Carrapateira
Day 8 - Carrapateira to Pedralva (plus Ponta da Carrapateira Circuit)
Day 9 - Pedralva to Vila do Bispo
Day 10 - Vila do Bispo to Cabo Sao Vicenta (via Telheiro Beach Circuit), then to Sagres