Portugal Tours

Set off on an exploration of Portugal, from the sunny beaches of the Algarve to the vineyards of the Douro Valley. Enjoy city stays in Lisbon and Porto, meandering the cobblestone streets and indulging your palate with mouth watering cuisine. Discover world famous pilgrimage sites, wind through countryside lined with cork trees and get to know the locals on a coach tour or small group tour of Portugal.

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7 Days Lisbon to Porto

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7 Days Lisbon to Lisbon

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10 Days Porto to Lisbon

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11 Days Lisbon to Lisbon

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Discover Must do experiences and highlights on your tour of Portugal

UNESCO's Évora

UNESCO's Évora

Check out the medieval centre, admiring the impressive architecture of Évora. Walk in the footsteps of kings, who once ambled these streets and visit the Chapel of Bones decorated with over 5,000 bodies’ worth of bones.

Sardines and Sunshine

Sardines and Sunshine

Spend some time sunning yourself in the Algarve - a mecca of beautiful beaches, charming coastal towns, and delicious fresh seafood served beachside against a backdrop of the Atlantic.

Lisbon’s Old World Charm

Lisbon’s Old World Charm

Visit the historic sites, from the 500-year old intricate arches of Jerónimos Monastery to the patisserie that has perfected making pasties de nata for over 200 years.

Fairy Tale Sintra

Fairy Tale Sintra

Home to pastel coloured buildings and mossy gardens, Sintra is like something out of a storybook. The forest clad landscape is crowned by the colourful Palácio Nacional da Pena, where the sweeping views are sure to impress.

Porto’s Cellar Doors

Porto’s Cellar Doors

Immerse yourself in the allure of Porto, where cobblestone streets guide you to the cellar doors of Vila Nova de Gaia (don’t miss a port tasting!) and past facades adorned with blue and white glazed tiles.

Recent Reviews What our clients are saying about their journeys through Portugal

Portugal and Spain with G Adventures   , VIC, Australia, Jul 2022
I have just returned from the G Adventures Nat Geo tour through Portugal and Spain. This was my first small group tour as a solo traveler and the experience exceeded my expectations. Our Chief Experience Officer, Fredy was absolutely fantastic and almost immediately created a feeling of family within our small group of 7. The passion that Fredy has ...read more for both Portugal and Spain quickly rubbed off on everyone.

The Nat Geo tour provided the opportunity to visit amazing UNESCO World Heritage sites with knowledgeable guides in attendance to provide history and information. As well as the itinerary and the amazing food as recommended by Fredy, the biggest thing I will take out of my tour was the strong relationships built on the tour as we got to share this fantastic journey together. I will definitely sign up for another G Adventures small group tour again.
Northern Portugal (Moncao to Porto)   , BC, Canada, May 2022
I would not do this trip again. The nature and style of the trip is not what I look for. There was way too much off-road riding. The brochure says 14% off road. This might be true in distance (although I doubt it) but certainly not in time. Slow, grinding, tedious dirt trails are not my thing. The start hotel was a poor choice for a cyclist being several ...read more kilometres out of town.

Day 1 from Moncao to Camenah on a paved rail trail was really good. Hotel Porta do Sol in Caminah was very good. Day 2 first half was great along the Atlantic coast down to Viana do Castelo. The second half to Ponte de Lima was not enjoyable on disused goat tracks. The hotel in Ponte de Lima (2 nights) was really good. The town of Ponte de Lima was a highlight. Day 3 loop ride to Arcos de Valdevez was both pretty and tedious on the goat trails. I abandoned the route guide on the return trip and simply rode on the paved roads. This way I could actually look around at the scenery while I rode instead of staring at the track to avoid rocks, roots, puddles and other obstacles. Day 4 to Barcelos was an utter drudgery; no more need be said. Hotel (Art ‘Otel) in Barcelos was barely adequate. This was, by far, the worst day of the trip. Day 5 to Vila do Conde was a good day on quite roads and paved rail trail. Vila C Hotel was probably the best hotel of the trip. Day 6 to Foz (Porto) was a very nice relaxing ride along the shore. The Hotel Boa Vista was good but nothing special.

The trip says it ends in Porto, which is technically true, but the actual end was in Foz which is a seaside suburb of Porto. The centre of Porto is some distance upstream. In summary, Day 1, 5, 6 and half of day 2 were good. Day 3, 4 and half of day 2 were not good. Most of the hotels were good. Some were not good. The bike I rented was good. The tool kit was incomplete (as I found when I had a flat). The GPS route mapping was excellent: Accurate and complete. All in all, not value for money and I would not use this company again. There were some good aspects but the negatives combined with the cost outweigh the good.
Spain, Portugal and Morocco 2022   , NSW, Australia, Apr 2022
We met our tour guide, Abadi along with the rest of our group in Lisbon. We had dinner and got to know more people. We visited several monuments in Lisbon and tile work shop which was very interesting. Our local guide in Morocco was Rashid, who was very entertaining and knowledgeable. Rick's cafe in Casablanca was a beautiful building, we also toured ...read more through a prayer room in the King's mosque. The Marrakesh markets were huge and we saw a Berber carpet cooperative.

The buses all had charging ports for our phones and great WiFi. I loved seeing how the oasis cover valley floors and that there are three different types of desert. Returning to Spain and Costa Del Sol was lovely and the trip to Mijas was special, but I was totally blown away by the Alhambra! We were blessed with amazing weather for the entire trip and saw as much as we could. The hotels throughout the trip were superb.
I loved that Abadi gave us a list of email addresses for our group on the last day. We had a great time.
I have lots of energy but...wow!   , United Kingdom, Nov 2021
This was my first experience of a tour. Everyone on the trip was lovely - it was a really fun, interesting group and everyone got on well. We seemed very like minded and it all gelled. My biggest comment again would be the pace - it felt frenetic at times. ALSO - because we went out for dinner in buses (most evenings) it wasn't possible to get back ...read more until everyone was ready. This resulted in half of us being forced to stay out later than we wanted. Some wanted to drink till 2:30, but most didn't - but even coming back at 11:30pm or so felt like a very, very long day, if we began at 8:30am and only had 30 mins to change clothes in the middle. Perhaps more dinners near the hotel so people could leave when they wanted? It was all very exhausting, which was the one downside. I have lots of energy but .....wow! After a few days the exhaustion does kick in.

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5 Foods Your Palate Will Thank You for Trying in Portugal

03 October, 2019

5 Foods Your Palate Will Thank You for Trying in Portugal

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7 Top Things to Do In and Around Lisbon

01 October, 2019

7 Top Things to Do In and Around Lisbon

Portugal’s capital is aflutter with incredible sights, eateries, and atmosphere. If you are heading to Lisbon on your tour of Portugal, then here are some experiences that you won’t want to miss. Visit Castelo de São Jorge Overlooking Lisbon, the walls of São Jorge Castle have stories to...

5 Perfect Places for a Walking Holiday in Portugal

02 August, 2019

5 Perfect Places for a Walking Holiday in Portugal

Blessed with perfect weather, gorgeous coastlines, delightful towns and tantalising cuisine, Portugal is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, foodies, and lovers of all things sunshine and scenery. It is no wonder it is becoming a popular haunt for walkers drawn to the trails that crisscross...