Portugal’s number of Bike Lanes has been growing steadily over the past few years,
But it is still quite limited and we cannot say there is an organized network of bike lanes.
Portugal’s quieter roads are generally safe to cyclists
And drivers tend to be conscious and respectful of cyclists’ needs.
If you would like to ride a bicycle in Sintra or Cascais
it is recommended you take a bicycle with you on the train from/to Lisbon.
Between Cascais and Guincho beach there are 10kms
of one of the most scenic bike lanes in the area,
It is really a great ride with beautiful views of the surf crushing into the cliff shore.
Please note: There is no Bike Lane all the way between Lisbon and Cascais.
* Key Source: opencyclemap.org
National Cycle Route
Regional Cycle Route
Local Cycle Network
Footpath (no cycling)
Note: Our source is Open Street Maps, if some stretches of bike lane are not showing here, either because they have not been submitted to OSM or because they are not relevant (sometimes too short to be valued by the average cyclist); If you come across valid cycling infractructure (e.g. a bike lane) not mentioned, please contact us and /or please submit it to OSM.