Portugal is famous for its beaches, jaw dropping scenery, delicious food, laid back generous nature of its people, and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Cobblestone streets, an impressive aqueduct, the largest medieval cathedral and a chapel of bones await you, along with hearty food.
The Alentejo is the beautiful region of Portugal that lies between the Algarve and central Lisbon region. This vast and sparsely populated area covers over 30 percent of Portugal and is characterized by its rolling hills and historic fortified towns. Alentejo, Portuguese for “beyond the Tagus River,” is the world’s largest producer of cork, and forests of cork […]
Revel in Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Landscape, with a breathtaking tour of Pena Palace followed by a stop in Sintra Village. Then visit Colares, renown for its wine making, enjoying famous views of the Portuguese coast.
Portugal’s Douro Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage site and it’s the country’s oldest demarcated region that produces both port and wines. Here are some of Portugal’s prime destinations for wine, port and world-class Old World charm.
Portugal is one epic country to explore and, possibly, one of the most gorgeous countries in Europe! Now, I know, that’s a pretty mean feat to say but there are so many places in Portugal…
STUNNING beaches? Blue skies? Child-friendly resorts? From the beautiful beaches of the Algarve to the top sights of cities like Lisbon and Faro, Portugal is an increasingly popular choice for family…
Portugal’s Douro Valley is a wonderful destination for families. The perfect itinerary follows the River Douro from the Atlantic coast to the wine region.
A perfect mix of European sensibility crossed with rugged beauty, Portugal is the ultimate destination for surfers, divers, kitesurfers and hikers.