A road to expiriance a fun ride whit passion for riding, best view and top tarmac.
Ride in an 8 shape around the best roads of the Candeeiros mountains.
It's a 2h ride at a moderate pace.
2 winding hill climbs.
Pass by the most famous caves of Candeeiros.
It's a nice weekend ride 1 hour away from Lisbon.
Not very known but a very very nice road!
Mostly just conners but you have a middle part with some straights, and it has no traffic...even on a saturday we passed two/three cars!
if you want to sloe down and enjoy the scennary you can, it has some nice views!
Amazing road full of surprises and great places to meat. Ride safe and enjoy
From Coimbra to Castelo Branco with a stop on Pampilhosa da Serra, just pure fun with full power on tight corners. A "must" if you want to try really good roads in Portugal.
It starts at Torres Vedras with good straight roads, then it goes wild once you turn left on the junction until Alenquer. There, stop for some photos by the river, over the bridge and then a few hundred meters further with Alenquer village scattered on the hill. Lots of green and forest, great tarmac, fun corners.
Estrada para um dia ou para poucas horas de viagem com paisagens espetaculares mas com alguns troços de má qualidade.
Curvas fechadas, pelo meio do pinhal, vista espetacular.
Tour of Monastery, battlefield, Church, Castle Nature Sanctuary and returning to the village
i didn't knew the road and was a perfect surprise...realy good road, lots of more or less fast conners with a perfect tarmac!
then i kept on going to Lousã, lots of small conners with a very good enviroment but a very bad tarmac for a sportbike!
Estrada com excelentes condições e uma vista inigualável recomenda-se seriamente aos amantes de motas. Para além da viagem recomendo também a exploração das estradas e zonas adjacentes pois contêm segredos maravilhosos do nosso país.
Nice weekend trip for springbreak.
the couple of times that i did this road i've enjoyed it a lot!
Good surface and some fast corners, the only thing is that pass's some vilages but the rest it's super fun!
A road that isn't the most known to go up the moutain
but it's very good , beautiful and fun!
It starts with some straights and fast corners and then some tighter corners when you get on the second part of the climb!
For something so close to the city,
that's a very nice road to run for some bends in the weekend!
A road that speaks for itself own, with a beautiful landscape between forests and ancient villages with enough greenery and with a floor of confidence, When the finish will go back again and spend the day there to the front and back!! very good
Uma estrada que fala por si propria, com uma bela paisagem entre florestas e aldeias antigas com bastante vegetação e com um piso de confiança, when finish da vontade de voltar atrás de novo e passar o dia ali para a frente e para trás!!! muito bom
A recently built and very scenic road out of Alcobertas. Make sure you stop near the top and check the view to the sea on the left.
A nice short road, to climb out of the valley and near a dinosaur footprints protected area. Some nice hairpins but watch out for dust and stones from quarry trucks.
This road is unfortunately being destroyed as I am writing these words because the section between Sertã and Oleiros is being transformed into a fast one lane highway :-( The old road still connects to this one now and again and is referred as the M238.
From Oleiros onwards the road is untouched and there are some good fast corners.
A nice road exiting Torres Vedras in the general direction of Cadaval. Some nice corners in the beginning and though the dont last for long its a pleasant route North of Montejunto.
This small new road is appropriately called the Portuguese Stelvio. A collection of switchbacks leads to the N339 and then to the Torre.
A good low traffic alternative out/into Lisbon. Descending into Arruda there are some very nice switchbacks.
Actually, this is a mixed route. Get yourself to Salvaterra do Extremo. At the entrance of the village there is a cross where you should see a sign pointing to Segura. This road is very rural, mostly used by farmers and their animals, but was recently upgraded to a low quality tarmac. It is still a farmers road but a pleasure to drive. In summer keep in mind suncare, there is no shadows...
At Segura, cross the river and you are in Spain. This section is very quick, with decent corners and speed sections.