For a small country, Portugal packs in a lot, with spectacular paved roads, some great gravel, beaches, vineyards and more.
Popular Routes in Portugal
Linking Porto and the town of Pinhão, the Estrada Nacional 222 is one of Portugal’s most scenic roads, crossing the Douro River valley and winding through Portugal’s most famous wine region, the Douro Valley, a region that was declared a World Heritage Site in 2001, by UNESCO. This road offers jaw-dropping views of the terraced hillsides and there’s a real sense of arrival at Pinhão, where the river broadens and the terraced hills close in. More >>