Luxury Travel Portugal covers all regions in portugal.
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It was in Porto and in the North regions that Portugal was founded in the 12th century and the Portuguese became a people and a nation.
Porto, a World Heritage city, is one of the oldest cities of the country.
This city is the perfect gateway and departure point for a journey across the natural and cultural diversity of the North region.
In every city of North, you will find the genuine Portuguese people, who like to share their table, their customs and traditions.
In Porto and Northern Portugal, the joy and gratitude for all we have and are is experienced in the most spontaneous way.
Get ready to get to know the largest and most diverse touristic region in the country.
This is a land of contrasts that offers you the best of the sea and the mountain.
Where you can discover the roots of Portuguese nationality, the best of our gastronomy, wines and an incomparable cultural heritage.
Discover the coastal villages where fishing continues to be a major activity, or make an itinerary through Historic Villages, Shale Villages, or border castles.
Places where history is preserved, places that breathe History, legends, customs and traditions.
Here, in Portugal's largest touristic region, good experiences never end!
Come and discover the capital of Portugal, the city of seven hills, a historical city full of stories to tell, where the sun shines 290 days a year.
This magnificent city has experienced a renaissance in recent years, with a contemporary culture that is alive and thriving and making its mark in today's Europe.
Lisbon is decidedly lively. Every year it seems there is more to do, more to eat and more distance to cover.
This is the authentic city where old customs and ancient history intermix with cultural entertainment and hi-tech innovation.
Lisbon is ageless!
The plains that extend as far as the eye can see start close to the Tagus.
While to the north, the peace is set by the green of the flatlands, further south the landscape combines with the sun, the heat and a slower pace of life.
This is Alentejo!
Alentejo derived from Além-Tejo or Beyond the Tagus, it’s the region that covers almost a third of Portugal, but to the visitors it feels like undiscovered territory - the perfect setting for a road trip.
Here you will find a rugged coastline with traditional whitewashed villages, marble towns and majestic medieval cities, small towns that have remained practically unchanged for centuries, and a proud melancholic people.
Here you travel naturally with and to History.
Here you will find out what it is like to live according to the rhythm of the earth!
It was here that, in the 15th century, the Portuguese set off on the epic journey that led them to discover other peoples and cultures… and it is in the Algarve that we cheerfully welcome many of our visitors.
Even the climate is mild and sunny all year round!
There’s no shortage of high quality beaches either. Sandy stretches as far as the eye can see, framed by golden cliffs, virtually deserted islands marking the boundary between Ria Formosa and the sea, and small coves sheltered by the rocks.
The ocean, in every shade of blue and mostly calm and warm, invites you for long swims and to indulge in water sports.
Mother Nature has created a land full of natural beauty, ready to be explored, in the blue immensity of the Atlantic Ocean: the Azores.
The first thing that catches your attention when landing on the island of São Miguel is the contrast of colours, the exuberant nature of a very intense green, adorned with flowers.
All this contrasts with the blue of the lakes, most of them formed inside large volcanoes, and the black sand beaches of volcanic origin, with their crystalline waters in celestial tones and surrounded by the dark blue of the Atlantic Ocean.
Nine islands, nine small worlds that have as many similarities as differences, but where the friendliness of their habitants is shared by all.
Right in the middle of the Atlantic, the islands of Madeira and Porto Santo are a haven of natural beauty.
The exotic colours of the flowers stand out from among the blue sea and the emerald green vegetation.
In such a naturally welcoming environment, balance and well-being are taken for granted.
Activities of nature and the demand for well-being are favoured.
But once in Madeira you can’t miss the festivities, that are the biggest attractions: magnificent carnival parades, the flower festival, the Atlantic festival and above all, the fireworks of the end of the year. Popular feasts, which take place all year round, are opportunities to appreciate traditional gastronomic flavours and see Madeira partying.