The Atlantic Ocean bathes the coast of this beautiful southern European country. The privileged natural environment, kilometres of beautiful beaches, coves and cliffs in the Algarve region in the south make it the ideal place for water sports.

Every day is magic

Wandering around Lisbon to the beat of fado music and walking along its charming, narrow streets with their clothes hanging out to dry and small local shops is a great way to start discovering Portugal. The capital competes in charm with Porto, another beautiful city bathed by the River Douro. We recommend you visit the Bolhao Market or Do Barreda districts in Porto, where you can try the salt cod and sardines and other typical Portuguese dishes. Sintra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Évora is a southern region famous for its medieval villages. The historic Campus of Coimbra or the canals in Aveiro, popularly known as the Portuguese Venice, are also places that are worth a visit. In Madeira the scenery and vegetation are truly unique.

The currency used is the euro. We recommend you carry cash as payment by credit card is not always accepted.
The official language is Portuguese. People who attend the public normally have good knowledge of English and Spanish.
Most bars and restaurants also offer free Wi-Fi to customers. The quality of Internet access is good in hotels.
The climate is mild all year round. Rain is more frequent in autumn and winter. The average temperature is around 13⁰C.

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