North - In addition to its picturesque villages, this region of Portugal is known for its natural beauty, with lots of green areas, ideal for those who enjoy nature. This part of the country is ideal for people who enjoy good food and wine. The origins of port wine, are internationally renowned in northern Portugal. On the banks of the Douro River, enjoy the harvest and even participate in the jam of this excellent wine.
Center - the center of Portugal is very diverse regions, which seems almost impossible that they all belong to the same country. In Coimbra, the city of Roman origin, to the coast with beautiful beaches where you can eat delicious fish caught in the morning by the Portuguese fishermen and Serra da Estrela, where people from around the country to go skiing in winter, this country has everything to make your stay memorable.
Lisbon - So many things to say about Lisbon is necessary to devote to this city a whole article, so we'll focus on the region where the capital of Portugal, which can not be excluded from a trip around the country. In the north, we met Fatima, a mandatory place of pilgrimage for those who are Catholics, but even those who do not believe in God or have no religion, can miss the mystique of this sanctuary. Another place you can not miss on your vacation is the magical town of Sintra, with a wonderful view over the ocean and closer to the River Tagus in Lisbon.
Alentejo - This region is known to silence the high summer temperatures and quiet of its inhabitants. With beautiful beaches and the desert almost along the coast, the Alentejo has golf plain covered with olive trees, vineyards and flocks of sheep. Evora is famous for the Temple of Diana, showing the passage of the Romans through the town is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Throughout the city you can see Gothic and Renaissance churches, showing the mixture of cultures that were at the origin of the city.
Algarve - Portugal's south coast is a tourist place is visited both by the Portuguese and foreigners during their vacation. Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, the Algarve is known for its mild climate all year round and fantastic beaches. One of the main attractions of the Algarve is the wide range of golf courses, making this region one of the favorite destinations for those who practice this sport. Most cities and towns reflect the heritage of the Arab presence in the territory, present in the architecture, ie in the chimneys of houses known for their geometric shape.
Islands - In addition to the mainland, Portugal has two islands, Madeira and the Azores. The island of Madeira is a charming tourist destination, mainly due to the mild climate, resulting from water currents that bathe the Golf region. Incredible landscapes characterized by mountains contrast with the lush green vineyards, banana plantations and other crops. The Azores archipelago has nine islands where you can discover an exceptional flora of the origins of Europe and the Mediterranean. The Azores is a paradise of forests, which cover much of the mountains from almost all the nine islands.