No-one can resist the charm of a mediaeval castle adapted to modern times, where you can indulge in the comforts of living. Or a spa, a memorable meal, an endless stretch of beach or wine tasting.
Possibly the most romantic town in Portugal, Sintra is a magical destination with gorgeous palaces, 19th century mansions and ancient castles all nestled into a lush forest. Is that not the stuff of fairy tales?
The magnificent Douro Valley wine region offers another perfect backdrop for romance, especially when you stay on a delightful wine estate where you can stroll through the vineyards together.
Your romantic getaway isn’t complete until you visit Quinta das Lágrimas, the site of where Portugal’s famous star-crossed lovers, Pedro and Inês, played out their ill-fated romance.
Portugal is, by definition, the land of romance.
- Madeira offers a variety of marine activities like Scuba diving and big game fishing. One of the most unique experiencesFormed as a result of the volcanic eruption that happened over 400,000 years ago, these complex tunnels are over 1,000Madeira offers a lot to explore from like the magnificent views of its third-highest mountain, Pico do Arieiro, which canThe capital of Madeira, Funchal is a compact city packed with colorful market, beautiful architecture, great restaurants and fascinating streetIf you’re thinking of traveling to Portugal during the month of June, you don’t want to miss the Festa deMake your trip a memorable experience with adding a wine tour. Porto is known for its port wines and finePorto is known as the city of bridges, being one of the only cities in Europe to have 6 bridgesThese sister churches are some of the most amazing Rococo architecture you will see in Porto. These churches are separated