Coastering Algarve is an exciting new adventure sport, based on canyoning along the coast. It is made up off climbing, jumping and finding your way through the grottos along the Algarve coast between Sagres and Lagos.
It is possible for anybody with full mobility to take part and the difficulty level is adjusted to the age, experience and wishes off the group.
This is also a great family activity!
It can be done at any time of year using a wetsuit and when the weather and sea allow.
We will take you to our stunning Coasteering location, right in the beautiful Natural Park of Costa Vicentina between Sagres and Lagos. We provide pick-up at your hotel (between Sagres and Lagos)**. After getting ready with wetsuit, buoyancy aid, helmet and shoes, accessing the conditions and a safety briefing, we’ll walk down to the water’s edge and start our route exploring the Coastline, hidden beaches, amazing cliffs, rock formations, clear ocean waters and learning about the marine environment and some local traditions. You’ll be swimming in the ocean, inside sea caves, climbing and walking along the rocky shoreline and doing some cliff jumping! We can even jump inside the grottoes! After all the action we’ll walk back over the cliffs along the coastal path for a scenic experience while chatting about your session. Drop-off at your hotel also included. Total time 4 hours.
Ideal for groups, hen and stag parties, but also for families who like outdoor activities as our routes are made according to the group’s abilities and weather/sea conditions.
Prices start at 35 euro per person in low season (September to May) and 45 in high season.
Pick-up and drop off (** July and August only in Sagres area)
Coasteering equipment: wetsuit, buoyancy aid, helmet, shoes
Pictures of your session
Fully qualified guide
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