Srª das Neves
– Senhora das Neves (17,8 km) with its Mariana Chapel which is the iconic and highest point of this route. It is very popular as sight-seeing point and hosts an annual religious festival on 5 August.
– After Monte da Estrada (24 km), follow a path with spectacular aerial and panoramic views over a vast olive grove.
– At 31 km follow the Torgal stream for 1 km along a picturesque and refreshing almost single track
7 Km – Aldeia do Cano (1 km proximity)
14 Km– Ribeira do Seissal (1 km proximity)
Campo Redondo (2 km proximity)
22 Km – Monte da Estrada
36 Km – Castelão
The route runs along and crosses some streets in the centre São Luís, it crosses the N120 twice, and follows small roads and lanes open to traffic. Caution is recommended.
A part of the trail coincides with the Historical Path (GR1) and some Circular Routes, all of the RotaVicentina, so it is very likely you will encounter walkers.
There may be a need to open livestock protection gates. Always close them after passing.
If you decide to combine this route with the “Red Troviscais”, see the previous route plan, number 23.
It has no ford crossing of significant waterlines, but passes through some paths that may become flooded or muddy after heavy rainfall.