Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal is a land of sun and sea, culture and nature, where every day is a new experience. Discover the romance of the North, the excitement of the capital, the ever tranquil Alentejo and the summer of the South.
A land of fine sandy beaches and crystal clear waters with mild temperatures, ideal for a long sunbath.
Visit the Algarve, where you will find the best Portuguese beaches and enjoy its amazing weather. We are talking about more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, making the south the best option for water sports activities, both in summer and winter.
In the south, the food tastes like the sea. Fresh fish dishes and grilled seafood await you!
In such a small area you can admire the snow-capped mountains of Serra da Estrela and the magical surroundings of Gerês, the plains of the Alentejo and the beauty of the Azores and Madeira.
Taste Portuguese wines and relax in the shade of a chaparro, a typical tree of the Alentejo. Or, if you prefer, relax in a therapeutic spa in the North.
While you're in the North, don't miss the chance to try the famous Cozido à Portuguesa, and when you get to the Alentejo, ask for another delicious typical dish: Migas à Alentejana.
Don't miss the chance to visit Porto, a city that will surprise you with its fantastic architecture. Explore the historic center, visit the Clérigos Tower, and relax on a cruise along the Douro River.
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, has a thousand attractions. Stroll through downtown, take the Santa Justa elevator, or visit the ruins of the Carmo Monastery, a monument destroyed by the 1755 earthquake and now the only example of Gothic architecture in Lisbon.
Don't miss the chance to experience the vibrant nightlife of Bairro Alto and visit the enigmatic gardens of Quinta da Regaleira in Sintra.