Caros amantes de kitesurf, sabiam que Alvor é um dos melhores locais em Portugal para o kitesurf? A lagoa azul e um belo pôr do sol estão à vossa espera e ficam apenas a 15 minutos do nosso simpático hostel! Por que não tentar? Dear kite surfing lovers, did you know that Alvor is one of the best places in Portugal for kitesurfing? Blue lagoon and beautiful sunsets are waiting for you and it's only 15 min away from our our friendly hostel! Why not to try?
5 Fado Facts (and the best places in Portugal to experience it) | via The Huffington Post | 12/09/2013 Fado is traditional folk music popular in the Lisbon area of Portugal. Melancholy by nature, the music includes instruments like guitars and mandolins with one Fadista singing poetic lyrics related to darker elements of love, death and sadness. The music may, however, occasionally include some humor. If your late season travel includes Portugal, be sure sure your experience includes Fado.
Sunny Mediterranean climate, gorgeous beaches, picturesque towns, historic sites, fabulous cuisine and affordable costs are just some of the reasons that make the Algarve one of the best places to visit in Portugal. Located in the country’s southernmost region, the Algarve offers a feast for the eyes, from tranquil landscapes of olive groves, traditional whitewashed villages to the wild, windswept coast with its dramatic cliffs dotted with summer resorts.
House in Vilamoura, Portugal – In my opinion, one of the best places to live and retire is in Portugal is Cascais. Cascais is just half an hour away from Lisbon, which is the capital of Portugal. Within a radius of 50 kilometers (about 31 miles) from Cascais, you will find beaches, golf courses, castles, top class clinics, international schools, etc. You have everything that you need and want within a radius of 50 kilometers.
While many travel blogs focus on long-term travel, I think it is absolutely possible to discover the world one bit at a time, with short vacation. In only 12 days, we went to the best places in Portugal.
Readers' travel tips: foodie Portugal From markets where old ladies sell produce from their gardens to traditional seafood restaurants, Been there readers know the best places in Portugal - via The Guardian 28 May, 2012 | Photo: Sardine and Sweet Basil on Feast Days of the Popular Saints in Lisbon - by Alamy
Bet You Didn't Realize Portugal Was This Show-Stoppingly Beautiful
Readers' travel tips: foodie Portugal From markets where old ladies sell produce from their gardens to traditional seafood restaurants, Been there readers know the best places in Portugal - via The Guardian 28 May, 2012 | Photo: The Saturday market in Estremoz, Portugal - by Alamy
Porto. World famous for its production of fine port wine, the busy city of Porto sprawls along the hills overlooking the Douro River in northern Portugal, prized for both its natural and architectural beauty.