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ADVERTISING FEATURE 3


of the best hotels along the way


Best for: Beachside chic Furadouro Boutique Hotel Beach & Spa


A minimalist vibe and all-white interiors, plus a location overlooking the Atlantic, makes this a winning place to stay, with 24 double rooms and three suites available.


Best for: Grand style Palace Hotel Monte Real


‘Cycling is perfect way to see Portugal’


“This was my first visit to Portugal, and I was impressed. The varied landscape surprised me, from coastal paths to forests and mountains. It would suit clients who want


something a bit different with soft adventure.” Andy Tuttle, sales team leader, Trailfinders


“I love the character of the Portuguese people – understated, happy and welcoming. The country in general offers great value for money and we had some great eating


and drinking experiences pretty much everywhere we went.” James Adkin, cycling adventures manager, Explore


“I’ll be recommending this part of Portugal to those wanting to combine exercise with stunning landscapes, wonderful culture and glorious food and drink. Cycling is


the perfect way to experience it all.” Dr Raj Joshi, director of The Adventure Boutique


Its candy-pink exterior can’t detract from the grandeur of this hotel. Inside, the 101 bedrooms are furnished in a sophisticated palette of golds and black. The hotel also boasts an über-modern spa.


Best for: Quirky decor The Literary Man Hotel


Dating back to 1830, this former convent in Obidos has been given a new lease of life thanks to its clever library concept. Guests can choose from around 65,000 books and the 30 rooms are understated with a retreat-style atmosphere.


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