Odemira Nucleus

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The main nucleus of the network of cycling routes.

É em Odemira que encontra o principal núcleo da Rede, onde se encontram infraestruturas de apoio aos ciclistas num edifício constituído como o Centro Cyclin’Portugal Odemira.

Os seus percursos seguem sobretudo caminhos rurais e florestais, com alguns pequenos single-tracks, envolvidos numa natureza quase selvagem, onde a presença humana se faz rara.

Para além da Vila de Odemira, aproveite para conhecer lugares emblemáticos como o Pego das Pias ou Srª das Neves e as suas paisagens de cortar a respiração!

A ligação ao litoral está assegurada por percursos que propiciam panoramas deslumbrantes e passagem nas aldeias alentejanas de Zambujeira do Mar, Almograve, e Vila Nova de Milfontes.

Ficha Técnica

9 ROUTES TOTALING 360KM

5 ROUTES MARKED ON THE TERRAIN, TOTALING 145 KM

DIRECTION RECOMMENDED FOR EACH ROUTE

ACCOMMODATION AND OTHER SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE ROUTE. STUDY THE INTERACTIVE MAP

Percursos do Núcleo de Odemira

Estrutura de Apoio

The Odemira Nucleus has an available MTB Center, located on the left bank of the Mira River in the Ribeirinho Park next to the pedestrian bridge. The Center provides an opportunity for bicycle cleaning and maintenance, minor repairs and adjustments, tire filling, and toilets as well.
At the Information Panel next to the MTB Center, you can find more information about the network at the KM0 board that display the beginning of the routes. All tracks are also available for download so you can follow them with your GPS or Rota Vicentina APP.

GRANDE TRAVESSIA

A Rede de Percursos possibilita ainda realizar uma Grande Travessia que começa na Estação Ferroviária de Amoreiras-Gare, passa na Estação Ferroviária da Funcheira e segue por todos os 5 Núcleos da rede e também pela Estação de Comboios de Saboia, mesmo antes de chegar a Santa Clara-a-Velha (última sede de núcleo), num total de cerca de 140 km. Todo o percurso está marcado no terreno.

Rules and Recommendations

Mandatory use of helmet

Suggested use of gloves and goggles

Respect the signs and circulate only on marked tracks

Respect the GPS track on unmarked tracks

Opt for routes that suit your physical and technical condition and the quality of your bike.

Ride at moderate speed, adapted to each circumstance

All descents are considered dangerous. When approaching them, always do so by slowing down to avoid unnecessary risks to yourself or to other bikers

Descents considered to be particularly dangerous are indicated by markings on the ground and on GPS tracks

There may be the need to open gates home to livestock or farm animals as you pass through. Where this is the case, the gate should always be closed again after crossing and extra care should be taken not to frighten the animals

Always give priority to the hikers and be aware of crossing each other’s paths

Always give priority to the hikers and be aware of crossing each other’s paths

Pay attention to crossing with bicycles or other types of vehicles

Always respect the road code, even on rural roads

Save the support telephone number of the BTT Center for any help you might need (+351 283 327 669) and in the case of an emergency call 112.

Please note that most routes travel through large areas with minimal human presence and often without mobile network coverage. On long journeys be accompanied by at least one or more cyclists and on GPS trails make sure to have= a second GPS device with you just in case the first fails

Carry out your own garbage, leaving no trace of your presence in nature

Inform family and / or friends of the course or courses you are going to bike

Outros Núcleos da Rede BTT

Conheça os outros Núcleos da Rede e encontre novas possibilidades de percursos para conhecer a região.

São Teotónio
São Teotónio
São Luís
São Luís
Colos
Colos
Santa Clara-a-Velha
Santa Clara-a-Velha

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