The beautiful south of Portugal needs no introduction, it has been attracting people since the time of the Phoenicians. Famous for its warm weather and golden beaches, the Algarve is a preferred holiday hotspot for sun seekers everywhere, perfectly complemented by the Alentejo, a fertile region full of natural splendour.
Boating in the Alentejo on Alqueva Lake, Europe’s largest reservoir, is an immensely pleasurable experience, but it’s the eeriest of feelings cruising leisurely over the top of a once-vibrant village now completely submerged […]
Officially established in 1987, the Ria Formosa Natural Park is one of Europe’s most important wetland areas covering 18,400 hectares and encompassing a barrier island system stretching 60 km between Ancão […]
Purpose-built for traversing the oceans, the wide-hulled caravel (caravela in Portuguese) was arguably Portugal’s most significant contribution to maritime history and an integral part of Prince Henry the Navigator’s ambitious […]