Atlantic Flavours

Where Medioeval Cities and
Cobblestone Villages Meld with
Modernity and Golden Beaches

Welcome to Portugal, a captivating destination that combines breathtaking landscapes, rich history, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality. A country bordered by the ocean, and whose interior reserves you beautiful surprises. From the natural parks in the north, and the vineyards that follow the winding course of the Douro, to the fields of cork oak and olive trees of the Alentejo in the south, we are thrilled to introduce you to this beautiful country.

Located in southwestern Europe, Portugal is bordered by Spain to the east and the vast Atlantic Ocean to the west. Its diverse offerings make it an ideal destination for all types of travelers, whether you're seeking historical treasures, picturesque coastlines, delicious cuisine, or immersive cultural experiences.

Portugal's capital and largest city is Lisbon, a vibrant metropolis bursting with charm. Set on seven hills overlooking the Tagus River, Lisbon is known for its colorful tiled facades, narrow cobblestone streets, and iconic landmarks such as the historic Belém Tower and the grandiose Jerónimos Monastery. Visitors can immerse themselves in the city's lively atmosphere, sample delicious pastries like the famous pastel de nata, and enjoy panoramic views from viewpoints like São Jorge Castle or the popular neighborhood of Alfama.

Beyond Lisbon, Portugal offers a treasure trove of natural wonders. The Douro Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is renowned for its stunning vineyards and picturesque landscapes. Visitors can indulge in wine tastings, cruise along the Douro River, and marvel at the terraced slopes that have been producing port wine for centuries.

For beach lovers, the Algarve region in southern Portugal boasts some of Europe's most beautiful coastal stretches. Golden cliffs, hidden coves, and crystal-clear waters invite visitors to relax and unwind. The region also offers excellent opportunities for water sports, such as surfing, sailing, and diving.

History enthusiasts will be enthralled by the town of Évora, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, which preserves its Roman and medieval past within its ancient walls. The iconic Tower of Belém in Lisbon and the fairytale-like Pena Palace in Sintra are other must-visit historical sites that transport visitors to different eras.

Portugal is also renowned for its warm and friendly people who embrace a relaxed way of life. The country's gastronomy is a delightful mix of fresh seafood, hearty stews, and flavorful wines. Don't miss the opportunity to try bacalhau (salted codfish), caldo verde (traditional soup), and enjoy a glass of port wine. As you explore Portugal, you will discover a country that seamlessly blends its rich heritage with modernity, offering a unique travel experience. Whether you are a history buff, nature lover, or food enthusiast, Portugal promises a remarkable journey filled with captivating sights, delectable flavors, and unforgettable memories.

Portugal Overview

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map of the Lisbon region


Overlooking the ocean and located at the mouth of the Tagus River in the center of the country, the City of Seven Hills rivals Rome in beauty and surpasses it by far with its colors and light. Lisbon, the City of Seven Hills, is one of the oldest cities in the world.

map of the Porto region


As one of the oldest cities in Portugal, located along the picturesque Douro River, Porto also leads the way to modernity and industry in the country.

map of the Douro Valley region

Douro Valley

Following the trail carved by the Douro River upstream toward the east, we would cross the border into Spain.

map of the Algarve region


Located on the southernmost tip of Portugal, Algarve watched the intrepid explorers sail off in search of distant lands

map of the Alentejo region


Whether you seek a serene retreat, with breathtaking natural landscapes, an exploration of ancient history, or a culinary adventure, Alentejo offers it all.