An old tradition gets repeated in Azores every Easter: Pilgrims form groups of men that walk around the island for a week praying and singing with their rosaries to protect the island. Until Thursday before Easter, around 2.500 men from all ages take this journey around S. Miguel with the population providing them shelter and supplies.
March 18, 2018 - March 24, 2018
The 'Tree of the Year' annual competition promoted by EPA looks for trees with stories. It was the first time Portugal was participating and The Whistler took away the first prize just on the International Forrest Day.
Barrancos is a Portuguese village in the Alentejo region and is home about 1,800 souls. Set more than 2o miles from any other towns, Barrancos is unique.It is surrounded by the Spain on three sides.
Alqueva is Portugal’s newest destination – and one that combines the best of nature, wine and some amazing food!
Destination’s Geographical Diversity and Ideal Weather Now Coupled with Incentive Cash Rebates