Caminha is an exceptionally pretty town tucked to the far north of Portugal. Tourism is sparser and more understated compared to many of the bigger, busier Portuguese towns and cities, despite the fact there’s a whole host of eye-opening things to see and do in this quaint and interesting Portuguese town.
Vila Nova de Cerveira is a small but incredibly pretty village that lies on the banks of the River Minho in northern Portugal.
Portuguese wine is amongst the most famous in the world with Portugal being the world’s seventh largest wine producer.
A visit to the small fishing village of Benagil in the Algarve promises to be a memorable and fun day out for all the family. This pretty, coastal village is nestled between the popular tourist towns of Praia do Carvoeiro and Armação de Pêra.
Portugal’s most southern region, the Algarve, spans an area nearly 2,000 square miles. It offers a wide range of scenery, history and culture, and is the country’s most popular destination for holidaymakers and those looking to settle down for good.
Gondomar is a municipality, situated to the east of Porto, in northern Portugal. This sizeable region runs along the bank of the River Douro, where river beaches, framed by woodland, provide the perfect spot for a summertime picnic.
If you’re looking for an authentic Portuguese destination, a place where you can discover traditional life in the Algarve, the head to the pretty little village of Estoi.
The Algarve remains a leading European holiday destination all year round. Unlike other areas, many of its sites, shops, restaurants and tourist activities stay open all year round, meaning there’s plenty to do for all the family.
15 kilometres to the northeast of Portimão on the banks of the Rio Arade in the Algarve, lies the attractive town of Silves. Rusty-coloured rooftops, red-stone walls and narrow streets that wind around a hillside, dominant this tranquil rural town.
Faro often gets overlooked as a resort, merely because people head on to other destinations from its airport. That could be said to work in the city’s favour, as for those who do discover its charms, Algarve’s capital city remains relatively unspoilt and retains a predominantly traditional and peaceful atmosphere.