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23/07/2019 at 23:45 #2348CeydaGuest
My name is Ceyda. Me and a friend of mine are planning to go hiking on the e9 tracking path. We are Turkish students so we want to make a detailed plan before we start our journey. However, we are not able to find enough information on the internet about the Portuguese part of this path since the lines do not seem complete or not marked at all. If you can give us information about that we would be appreciated. We also will gladly accept any suggestion that you can give to us.
Thanks a lot, best regards
27/07/2019 at 12:14 #2354steenkobberoeKeymaster
We will find one, who will answer you.
03/08/2019 at 11:04 #2447
05/08/2019 at 15:01 #2466Rúben JordãoGuest
In Portugal at the moment the E9 sections in better conditions are in the south:
– Santiago do Cacém – Cape St. Vincent
“GR 11 – E9 Vicentine Route – Historical Way” (this is a “Leading Quality Trails – Best of Europe”, website in english http://en.rotavicentina.com/historical.html
– Cape Saint Vincent – Alcoutim
“GR 13 Via Algarviana” there is a boat connection in Alcoutim to Sanlúcar de Guadiana in Spain
Website in English http://www.viaalgarviana.org/?lang=en
There are other options but because of the fires have been damaged and will be requalified after summer, others are in maintenance.
Very soon all this information will be available on the website http://www.percursospedestres.pt
If you have any questions or questions you can email us at email@example.com
Have good walks, best regards