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Discover Portugal

One of the smallest nations in Western Europe, Portugal played a far greater role in history than it does in modern world affairs. Mainland Portugal, excluding its possessions, the Azores and Madeira, is the southwestern corner of Europe. Its hills and mountains are the western edge of the Iberian Plateau, whose narrow western coastal plain faces the Atlantic Ocean. This maritime location has been one of the factors of its destiny, for the sea dominates much of Portuguese life. The proportion of its coastline to land area is more than twice that of Western Europe. Portugal's shape is a modified rectangle, running 360 miles (580 kilometers) from north to south and varying from 80 to 140 miles (130 to 225 kilometers) in width.

Portugal's capital, Lisbon, with more than 830,000 inhabitants, is a modern metropolis. It offers a strong contrast to the dominantly rural countryside. Not only is it the nation's largest city, but it is a major port, commercial center, and the hub of the country's heavy industries. Lisbon was almost destroyed by an earthquake in 1755, but remnants of the earlier era are still charming tourist attractions.Oporto is the second largest city. Both possess institutions of higher learning, but the major university is at CoimbraFátima in the center is the leading religious center an attraction for Portuguese and foreign pilgrims.

The south of Portugal, the Algarve, is the Europe's sunniest spot. Over one hundred days of sunshine a year, a unique costline with 200 km of beaches, exquisite landscapes, a huge variety of fauna and flora, some of the world´s finest golf courses and delicious gastronomy.... Visit the Algarve.

Where to go in Portugal

The Algarve, south of Portugal is considered due to various reasons, an international touristic polo visited by a great number of tourists both National and Europeans. The Algarve has spectacular beaches, vast golf courses and natural scenery of impressive beauty.​​  
Portugal's stylish capital city is a coastal city known for its cafe culture and soulful Fado music. Spread over a string of seven hills north of the Tagus River estuary, Lisbon is a city of spectacular natural beauty, wondrous architecture and vast history.  
Located southeast of Lisbon and North of Algarve, the Alentejo is a mix of emotions, colours and shapes. Golden plains to the south, green valleys to the north, walled fortress towns, remote cliff-top castles, temples, flora and fauna of great distinction.  
OPorto is the second-largest city in Portugal, after Lisbon. Located in the north of Portugal on the right bank of the River Douro, the city of Oporto is an outstanding urban landscape with a 2,000 year history and many and varied monuments.​  
The islands of Madeira and Porto Santo are known worldwide as the Islands of eternal spring, the floating garden or the pearl of the Atlantic. Right in the middle of the Atlantic, this archipelago is a fairytale that came true.   
The Azores islands consist of 9 islands in the Atlantic Ocean. This volcanic archipelago feels like a world unto itself, the islands provide a wide variety of spectacular sights whether near the ocean or on the highest peaks. Enjoy the vacation of a lifetime.​