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Travel in Portugal

 

Places to visit in Portugal

 
Travelling in Portugal is opening a door to new treasures. Discover our tips about places and cities to visit in Portugal and enjoy the country.

Discover Serra da Estrela's Ski Resort

One of the most sought-after places in winter by tourists, national and international, is the highest point in mainland Portugal: Serra da Estrela. This mountain complex presents us, in the colder months, with breathtaking natural landscapes covered with a white blanket and many forms of fun in the snow, which can be practiced in the Serra da Estrela Ski Resort, the only one that exists in Portugal.

Visit a Christmas Market in Portugal this Season!

At one of the most special seasons, there is a tradition that we continue to see (and adore) year after year: the Christmas markets! And as we know, any Christmas market, from the smallest to the largest, is the ideal place to get into the magical spirit of this season.

To help, we've put together a list of the best Christmas markets, from North to South of Portugal, so you can get the festivities started!

Discover the best beaches in Portugal

With half of its territory surrounded by sea, Portugal is the perfect destination for those who are looking for beach, sun and mild temperatures most of the year. The undeniable beauty of our coast has brought us many awards from international entities, who consider our beaches some of the most beautiful in the world. 

Rural Tourism in Portugal: the best places to visit

When we think about vacations in Portugal, we automatically think about beaches and coastal areas. Even though these are the “fan favourites” for many, Portugal has so much more to explore! The countryside is full of natural secrets ready to be discovered and that will guarantee you a journey with many adventures and unique experiences.

Discover the best beaches in Algarve

Algarve is, for many, a synonym of gorgeous beaches, warm weather and, above all… vacations. Throughout the year, and especially during summer, many Portuguese and foreigners travel to the south of Portugal looking for warm waters, rocky landscapes and vast landscapes of sand.