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!
Pinhel. A real cool place that is off the tourist radar. That’s too bad, as the interior town of 9,500 has some great architecture and a really great wine
Portugal is considered to be one of the most geographically diverse countries in Europe and home to numerous world heritage sites. The country’s relatively small size allows visitors to cover a great portion of it by bike to explore its heritage sites, traditions, food, and natural beauty. Portugal is home to a diverse offering of beaches, valleys, mountain ranges, wine regions, and national parks.
Portugal’s hidden treasure, Alentejo is wild and historic, like the Centro de Portugal Region, with some of the most evocative natural scenery in Europe – including a coastline of rocky cliffs and idyllic, little-known beaches.
Azores Airlines will resume its very popular nonstop service this summer from T.F. Green Airport in Rhode Island to Ponta Delgada, Azores. The service operates on Fridays from June 8 through September 28, 2018. Tickets are on sale now, with airfare starting at $572 + taxes for round trip travel this summer.
he Capítulo Perfeito surf competition powered by Reef kicks off this weekend, with an event that will gather some of the top surfers in world for a tube-riding competition at the famous Praia do Norte, in Nazaré, Portugal.
It was in Porto and the north that Portugal came into being as a country, which is why the region has such a rich and fascinating heritage.
The Centro is a region of warm hospitality, offering visitors genuine village tourism. The charm of the people is to be seen in the authenticity of their rituals, and their popular religious festivities, such as Easter. But it is also found in their cuisine, with its cheeses, sausages and mountain honey. All of this is waiting for you.