Our tour starts with a safety briefing where riders are shown how to handle the quads. equipment is also provided
You'll then take to the back roads to experience a variety of exciting Monchique terrain including hills, woodland and superb views.
Our quad bike tour are amongst the best in the Algarve - Portugal . For a start, we run a maximum 4:1 client to Guide ratio. Make sure you arrive 20 minutes before your start, this gives you enough time to sign in and get kitted up. The safety of our customers is our main priority. All rules and safety advise will be explained during the briefing and these will need to be followed by all participants.
Your guide will stay with your group all the time, giving personal guidance, advise, and help with riding.
Please have in mind this is a Quad Trekking leisurely trough the countryside not a Race!
- Full driving licence required.
- 50€ security deposit.
- Please no flip flops.
- No refund for cancellations less than 24 hrs before the reservation.
- You need to be at least 21 years old to drive.
- Quad bikes are automatic.
- Quads bikes for 1 or 2 persons.
- Passengers minimum age: 7
- No experience required.
- We are open all year.
- English, Spanish, Portuguese spoken
- Cash payments only please.
- An old traditional water mill
- A typical Portuguese small hamlet, which is now mostly in ruins
- Foia - The highest mountain in Algarve
- A distillery of “Medronho” - A strong spirit and traditional fruit brandy made from Arbutus unedo fruit
- Monchique village.
- A water fall*
*Please note, during summer months water flow may be minimal.
You can easily reach us by car.
GPS: N 037º17.855, W 08º34.398
Monchique is a market town up in the Serra de Monchique, which is a thickly wooded mountain range separating the Algarve from Alentejo. The journey up (and down) to Monchique offers spectacular views and is totally different from coastal Algarve. The houses in Monchique are typically Algarve with their white walls and bands of colour around the windows and doors, but their 'saia' (skirt) chimneys are quite unique and different from coastal homes. The centre of Monchique is characterised by lots of narrow cobbled streets criss-crossing up the hillside with a spattering of cafes and restaurants. The central square boasts an attractive paved area with benches, trees and a lovely water feature, including an example of a Moorish water wheel. Monchique is a very quiet and relaxed place, which is ideal for pottering around and appreciating the fantastic views.