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Historical Villages of Portugal

In the Center of Portugal there are 12 historic villages strategically built to defend a country and its people. Made of granite and schist, they preserve the history, traditions and heritage of friendly and hospitable people and spread over unbelievable landscapes. Taking this trip is a journey through the roots of a noble and proud nation, but like any expedition through history and true discovery it can be a difficult ride, the paths that lead to some of these villages are often winding with curves and counter-curves, which gives a certain charm to the arrival. Let us...



New Year traditions in Portugal

The traditions to welcome the new year are quite different depending on the family, country, religion or culture concerned. However, the objective is practically always the same: to express wishes for the following year and to leave in the previous year everything that remained unsolved. The celebrations are different, but always lively and accompanied by toasts. Let's look at some of the Portuguese traditions for the New Year, which this year will have to be fulfilled with restrictions, but always with the hope of a better and more prosperous year. 1 - Eat twelve ra...



10 Typical Christmas Dishes in Portugal

Traditionally, Portuguese families gather on December 24, and traditional dishes from each region are served at the dinner table. Due to its Christian heritage, it is also traditional to set up the nativity scene, either on the streets or in people's homes near the Christmas tree, as well as going to Missa do Galo (traditionally celebrated at 00:00 on December 25). But one of the most important traditions of the festivities is the cuisine so typical, the dishes of cod, roasted turkey or octopus. For dessert, you cannot miss the “Bolo Rei” filled with candied fruits or d...



European Tourism Awards

Portugal, the best in Europe

Portugal has 7 regions, which in itself indicates that it has a lot to visit and know, but there are more reasons that justify it being a good choice and being on the list of trips to make in life. The excellence of the destination and the people of Portugal h...



Discover the Azores: Corvo Island

Corvo Island, considered by Unesco as a World Biosphere Reserve, forms, together with the island of Flores, the Western Group of the Azores archipelago. Of volcanic origin, Corvo is the smallest of the nine islands, with an area of ​​only 17.1 km2. 1. Lagoa do Caldeirão is the island's biggest attraction, the extinct volcano, in the north of the island, left the impressive caldera as a souvenir. 2. Discover Vila do Corvo, the only village on the island and where everything happens, it is a picturesque and unusual village characterized by black stone facades, with...



Discover the Azores: Graciosa Island

The Island of Graciosa, classified by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, is the northernmost of the five that make up the central group of the Azores archipelago.   1. Discover Caldeira and Furna de Sulfur, the island's biggest attraction. A fascinating lava cave and its main feature is its perfect vaulted ceiling that covers it, formed by lava prisms. 2. Delight yourself with the Queijadas da Graciosa, a regional sweet from the Graciosa Island - Azores, made with local products and rooted in the most genuine tradition of the Azorean sweets. 3. Praia do Ba...



Discover the Azores: Flores Island

Integrated in the world network of Uniose Biosphere Reserves, the island of Flores, the most western territory of the Azores and Europe, has landscapes that are true paradises. Considered by many to be the most beautiful island of the 9 and the paradise on earth. 1. Poço da Ribeira do Ferreiro, also known as Poço da Alagoinha and considered by many to be the best hidden secret in the Atlantic, is a waterfall resulting from the junction of several waterfalls. 2. Rocha dos Bordões is a geological formation formed by large basalt columns, an ex-libris of the island's...



Discover the Azores: Santa Maria Island

The island of Santa Maria is in the Eastern Group of the Azores archipelago, along with São Miguel. The green fields, traditional culture, the chimneys of the whitewashed houses, the dark ochre of the earth, the golden beaches and the turquoise waters make Santa Maria different from the archipelago’s other islands. 1. Vila do Porto has the largest population on the island and keeps traces of the beginning of community in some houses with ogival doors and windows with Manueline features. 2. Pico Alto, the highest point on the island at 590 meters above sea level, has a...
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