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A land of traditional villages, lively cities and historical treasures, berth of some World Heritage sites, it offers natural and cultural wonders.
Occupying the southwest part of the Iberian Peninsula and sharing borders in the north and the east with Spain, while to the south and west lies the Atlantic ocean, it has a scenic countryside with magical places for the wanderer and a warm sunny weather that invites you to explore stone villages in the mountains or wild dune, covered beaches, as well as the cosmopolitan capital Lisbon and its northern rival Porto, both with a riverside views and charming cathedrals, eclectic restaurants, bohemian cafes and stylish night clubs.
In major cities the locals dress in a smart, casual and elegant style. Decide for a smart casual look. On the coast, especially tourist resorts on the Algarve, dress is far more casual. Shorts and T-shirts are perfectly acceptable. Pack a smarter outfit for more market restaurant and sandals. Jeans are very popular everywhere, especially with young people, but they are always smart and clean. Make sure you take comfy footwear for daytime.
If you are visiting any religious cities, cover your shoulders and bare legs, don’t forget sun cream and sunglasses. From November to March it can be cool and wet, so pack a lightweight raincoat and umbrella.
Surfing in Portugal - Due to unique geographic location, surf is guaranteed everyday in Peniche (small fishing town north of Lisbon), no matter what wind or swell directions. With so many sur off Praia do Norte spots along Portugal’s Atlantic coast, the rest of Europe (and the world) are waking up to the country’s huge surf potential.
The biggest wave in the world was surfed in Nazaré (central Portugal) in 2011 by Hawaiian surfer Garett McNamara. The wave, believed to have a height of around 30m, was surfed during the Zon North Canyon show 2011. The coast of Nazaré is home to a special geomorphologic feature, known as the “Nazaré Canyon”. This rare formation is a gap in the continental plate some 170Km in length and 5 Km deep, located off Praia do Norte, which when receives large swells, create abnormally-waves, McNamara’s record breaking ride has already been admitted into Billabong XXI Global Big Waves Award 2012.
Protected areas of Portugal include one national park, 12 natural parks, nine natural reserves, five natural monuments and seven protected landscapes.
In Oporto we can offer the following Tours:
In Lisbon we can offer the following Tours:
In Portugal we have all types and categories of Hotels. Important national and international chains as Pestana, Vila Galé, Holiday Inn, Altis, Turim and many more can offer 5, 4, and 3* hotels.
There also are touristic apartments and pousadas which are special accommodations each one with different characteristics.
For lower budgets, there are minor categories of accommodations that can go from camping, hostels to residences.
All the accommodations satisfy the needs of the tourist according the reason of travel, Businesses, vacations, relax, special events, etc.
There are all types of transfers (privates and collective) all around the country. The capacity may vary from a regular taxi for 3 persons to a bus for 45/50 persons. All kind of services can be provided:
In Portugal there are different events that became regular. Most of them can be for many reasons: sports, music festivals, concerts, arts (theater, galleries, etc), workshops, congresses, fairs and so on. There are installations adapted to the event and can be indoor or outdoor.
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