Of the three islands in the central group of the Azores, Faial is perhaps the most famous. After all, it is a stopping port for sailors from all over the world.
Whether you love nature and adventure, cultural heritage, or good Portuguese food, Arcos de Valdevez is the ideal destination to visit in Alto Minho.
A region marked by hiking trails and fluvial beaches, Beira Baixa offers everything you need to have an adventurous weekend in central Portugal.
It’s the smallest island in the Azores, but that doesn’t mean it’s not great for exploring. From its people to its nature, Corvo doesn’t disappoint.
Known as one of the best surfing destinations in Europe, Madeira possesses extraordinary waves, but ones that challenge the most experienced surfers.
If you’re looking for accommodation in Madeira, out of the hustle and bustle of the island and with one of the best views on the island, I have the ideal place: Estalagem da Ponta do Sol.
Planning a road trip through Madeira? From the viewpoints, the fajãs, the surf trips, and the picturesque locations, know what to visit on the island.
Known at one time as “Aquae Sulis”, the Roman baths complex in Bath, England, offers a real journey through time.
It’s one of the oldest estates in the Douro Wine Region. Quinta da Pacheca lives between tradition and modernity… with wines always talking louder.
Portugal é cheio de pequenos tesouros e eles muitas vezes ganham forma de palácios e palacetes cheios de história. É assim na Quinta da Foz, um alojamento a não perder na Foz do Arelho.
The Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina Natural Park is one of Portugal’s most incredible places, so its beaches are not far behind. In this article, get to know those I recommend on a next visit to the region.