Enjoy this great video with some of the best beaches in Portugal West Coast! So what are you waiting for? Rent a campervan and come explore this wonderful country …
Hiring a campervan to visit Portugal .. what where you thinking off? With its mild climate, 3000 hours of sunshine per year and 850 kms of beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal is not the ideal holiday destination. This is a country that has the oldest borders in Europe, with many different landscapes just
This time lapse pretends to show the beautiful connection of Night Sky as a world heritage of human kind as seen from the vantage point of Alqueva´s land, in Alentejo, Portugal. A place that was created to preserve the darkness of the sky that only our ancestors had access few hundred years ago. The “Dark
Join along with world class surfer Garrett Mcnamara exploring the Portuguese coast from North to South. Porto and the North of Portugal
Watch what Portugal has to offer in the winter … barrels + barrels + barrels for the surf lovers!
Portugal offers a wide variety of windsurfing spots for all levels of experience. In less than 750 kilometers, you can have it all, from flat waters to wave ramps. Portugal has been building the reputation of California of Europe for all water sports enthusiasts. With its classic Mediterranean climate, the country of the famous 16th
To walk along Rota Vicentina is to embark on an unforgettable personal journey. Watch the video and discover why. Rota Vicentina is a long distance path along the SW coast of Portugal, between the city of Santiago do Cacém and the Cape of St. Vincent, totalling more than 350 km to walk along one of
With its cities fast becoming chic hotspots and gorgeous coastline where you still can escape the crowds, Portugal is entering a new era of cool. So what are you waiting for? Here are ten of the most beautiful places to visit in Portugal: LISBON Being the capital of Portugal, Lisbon is an obvious place to
Lisbon is an illuminated city. The almost constant presence of sunshine and the River Tagus transforms the Portuguese capital into a mirror of a thousand colours – highlighting the city’s unique architecture and beauty. There are so many things to see and do in Lisbon that visitors have access to a wide array of different
Portugal’s historic villages are among the country’s best kept secrets. A nice campervan road trip to discover the historical villages route in the North of Portugal would be a perfect trip ! Built from granite and schist, and located in the heart of the country, they have witnessed over 900 years of Portuguese history. But
The Pro surfer and kitesurfer Pedro Henrique introduce the Portuguese spot : Guincho, the most western point of continental Europe. A nice video with lots of action on the spot “where the land ends and the sea begins”.
The Alentejo landscape is magical … grab a campervan and come explore !
Located in the North of Portugal, Melgaço is a must for a campervan road trip around the North of Portugal.
The Rota Vicentina spans more than 200 miles from Santiago do Cacém in the north to Cabo de São Vicente in the south. Divided into two interconnected paths, the trail highlights two of Portugal’s best features: its rural charm and its rugged coastline. The aptly named Fisherman’s Trail hugs the shoreline, where hikers and bikers
Looking for big waves to surf ? You just found the right spot .. Nazaré !
If you are visiting the Cascais / Sintra area, do not miss this beautiful beach with a magical scenery. World class beach for watersports and very famous for the Summer winds that blow all afternoon.
Nature at Porto and the North of Portugal The northern region of Portugal surprises by the beautiful landscapes, mountain, plateaus, valleys and a rich fauna and flora. These regions offer all who visit the healthy experience of engaging with nature and enjoying idyllic environments characterized by the diversity of natural resources and protected natural areas
Great movie about the nature and wildlife of the Serra da Arrábida region … soon to be considered another UNESCO world heritage !
An hour south of Lisbon, and 12 miles west of the main A2 highway that directs the sun-seeking crowds to the Algarve, is a stretch of white sand …. from Troia to Comporta. The beach’s astonishing beauty, with its golden sand and crystal blue and green waters, as well as its tranquility, have conquered many
Want to discover the beauty of river beaches ….. check the best spots in the Portugal River beaches guide. You can also download the Iphone app here.
Photographer Miguel Claro recently captured this stunning moonlight picture at the Great Lake Alqueva in Portugal’s Alentejo region. Taken a little after midnight on October 6, 2012, the photograph was captured in the world’s first starlight tourism reserve; the Alqueva’s Dark Sky Reserve and was featured as NASA’s Earth Science Picture of the Day in November 2012. Earlier this year
A small Portuguese city has been declared a new UNESCO World Heritage Site, bringing the total in the country to 13. The garrison border town of Elvas and its fortifications were added by the World Heritage Committee due to it being an “outstanding example of a garrison town and its dry-ditched bulwarked defence system, which
Portugal shone brightly and scooped a number of awards at this year’s World Travel Awards – Europe Ceremony 2012, which was held at the brand new Conrad Algarve in Vilamoura last Saturday, 6 October. Portugal reigned supreme with the Algarve alone winning seven of the eight categories it was nominated for, including ‘Best European Beach
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