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Picture the scene: mild weather, coastal breezes, gorgeous scenery and cost-effective activities. This is what awaits you when you spend New Year’s Eve in Portugal. 2019 is just around the corner, so why not start the new year off on … Continue reading
It’s almost that time of the year again. The festive season is just around the corner and will bring with it a number of Christmas and New Year traditions that you’ll have the opportunity to experience first-hand.
If you’re planning to travel to Portugal with children, we highly recommend a luxury Martinhal Hotel or Resort. Each one has been designed with families in mind to ensure that parents, grandparents and children have a fun and relaxing holiday … Continue reading
Cascais is a delightful Portuguese fishing town situated on a beautiful coastline. This coastal resort lies just outside of Lisbon, yet this pleasant town is a world away from the commotion of the bustling capital and has retained the charm … Continue reading
Huddled in the Portuguese district of Castelo Branco is the historical town of Belmonte. Brimming with religious history, Belmonte is the birth place of the man who (accidentally) discovered Brazil and is home to the largest Jewish community in the … Continue reading
We’ve already talked about some of the amazing things to do in Beja, but seeing as there is so much to see and do in this wonderful city, we’re doing a part two. Beja’s heritage is clearly showcased on the … Continue reading
Nestled in the Alentejo region of Portugal is Beja. The quaint town is embedded in the fertile farmland and sleeps patiently beside a marble castle tower on top of a 277-metre hill. Beja has existed ever since the Celts and, … Continue reading
Visiting Porto will offer you a unique experience of Portugal – nothing else would be expected of a city that was elected The Best European Destination by the Best European Destinations Agency in 2014 and 2017!
Faial Island is a Portuguese Island of the Central Group of the Azores. The Azores are made up by São Miguel Island, Terceira Island, Pico Island (Faial’s nearest neighbour, east across the channel) São Jorge Island, Graciosa, Santa Maria Island, … Continue reading