For the fourth year in a row, Portugal has been awarded the title of World’s Best Golf Destination in the Annual World Golf Awards ceremony.
Portugal, with its long Atlantic coast, has become an emerging sailing destination. With its mild climate, bright sunshine and favorable winds, sailing along the Portuguese coast is a great pleasure. Long known for its sailing prowess, the small coastal country laid the foundations of an empire dating back to the celebrated Age of Discovery in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Portugal is one of the few places in Europe where you can play an 18 hole round of golf all year long. For that reason, the southwestern country has become Europe’s foremost destination for golfing enthusiasts. From new 5-star luxury resorts to award-winning golf courses, Portugal boasts a myriad of options to choose, many in the sunny Algarve, where golf has developed into a way of life.
Portugal has become an emerging a destination for cyclists
The noblest riding school in Europe is not to be found in Vienna or Spain. It is the Portuguese Riding School, and the role of the horse in Portuguese culture and lore predates Portugal as a nation. Today, the horse of the Alter and Lusitano breed are prized as national treasures. In the interior Lisbon and Alentejo regions
Portugal has been voted the World's Best Golf Destination for the third consecutive year at the Annual World Golf Awards
Crowds at the Algarve’s showcase Portugal Masters tournament this week (October 20-23) will be viewing some of Europe’s finest professional golfers in action, plus they will cheer on disabled golfer on Saturday.
365 Algarve is an invitation to travel throughout the Algarve region, because in the most unexpected places visitors will find an exhibition, a concert, a performance, a festival, an artistic fusion or the possibility to taste the best of local cuisine to the sound of a guitar or an accordion.
The 7th annualBirdwatching Festival & Nature Activities have more than 300 activities this year
Golegã is the horse capital in Portugal. It is set in the heart of the Ribatejo region – which is horse country, about 90 minutes east of Lisbon.