A picturesque beach in the coastal region of Algarve, the Praia da Marinha shows off stunning blue waters, with golden sand kept warm by the sunny weather. The beach is ringed by massive stone cliffs, offering breathtaking views over the sea.
Built during the Moorish period, the outstanding Castelo de S. Jorge stands on a tall hill and remains a must-see sight for visitors. After reaching there, the first thing you see is the impenetrable walls of the main keep, crenelated to ward off siege ladders.
The Alcobaca Monastery is a Roman Catholic building founded by Afonso Henriques. The monastery is more than two hours by bus from Lisbon. Once inside, you find yourself in the King’s Room, decorated with luxurious white and blue tiling.
Algarve is famous for being the leading destination for tourists. The region is divided between historical towns and all-night party resorts. If you want to know more about this beautiful region, read on to find what the destination has to offer.
Few destinations combine their cultural roots with a contemporary modern character as well as Porto. Stately baroque buildings and museums declare Porto a center of Portugal’s fantastic culture. Read on to find which are the best places to pay a visit.
The capital city of Portugal commonly agreed to be among Europe’s most magnificent destinations, Lisbon is found in a hilly region near the mouth of the Tagus River. For the best places to visit while in Lisbon, read on to see our recommendations.
Ponta Delgada is the capital of the Azores archipelago of Portugal. The Convent and Chapel of Our Lady of Hope houses a revered image of Christ. The city is a gateway to the crater lakes of Sete Cidades, to the northwest cute old churches.