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PORTO AND THE NORTH
With the Douro River at her feet, Porto is Portugal’s second-largest city and the heart of Portugal’s industrial north. A center for finance, culture, and cuisine, Porto has become a vibrant and modern city with plenty to offer besides its world famous Portwine. The coast north of Porto is lined with pine forests; inland, the Minho region is equally verdant and harbors Portugal’s only national park, Peneda-Gerês.
CENTER OF PORTUGAL
Portugal’s central region is situated between the green North and the Lisbon area and offers landscapes of deep contrasts: to the west on the Atlantic coastline you will find white sandy beaches, pine forests and a temperate climate as to the interior East the climate gets drier and the landscapes get rougher with rocky mountains.
Lisbon is the iconic capital of Portugal. Spread over its seven hills overlooking the Tagus River Lisbon is inextricably linked with the sea. The capital is one of the most vibrant and charismatic cities in Europe and blends beautifully a rich cultural heritage with a striking modernism.
Covering a third of the country, Alentejo is the largest region of Portugal. Its vast territory offers a diverse landscape from rugged, rocky mountains, golden plains of wheat fields and long lines of olive trees to beautiful unspoilt beaches along the Atlantic coastline.
The Algarve is Portugal’s southernmost region, and one of the most popular vacation destinations in Europe. Blessed with a superb coastline and some of the country’s loveliest beaches, the region enjoys hot, dry summers and short, mild winters.
The Madeira Archipelago is actually formed by the Madeira Island (main and most well-known Island), Porto Santo Island, Desertas and Selvagens islands. Located at aproximately 1.000 km from the Mainland, Madeira main island is one of Europe’s most beautiful travel destination. It offers not only an all year round summer climate but also an amazing fauna and flora that can be admired in the numerous parks and gardens as well as during the famous “levada” walks (hiking).
The Azores Archipelago is composed by nine islands, all of volcanic origin, and located in the North Atlantic scattered along 600 km stretch of ocean from Santa Maria to Corvo and distant aproximately 1.600 km from mainland Portugal. The restless volcanic activity, the salty winds of the Atlantic Ocean and the millions of azaleas and hydrangeas that fringe the roads turn these islands into a beautifully rare and timeless destination.