Originally supplying wood for the sailing ships of years gone by, this magnificent pine forest is a cut above the rest for a stroll, picnic or both.
Camping Holidays in Portugal
Towns and Villages of Portugal
A deep-sea fishing port, Peniche is famous for its lace-making industry. Lace makers can be observed at work today.
A walled medieval town, with narrow winding streets, whitewashed houses and tiny tavernas. Imagine yourself in a living, open-air museum. The local cherry liquor will bring your back to reality.
A popular summer resort, Nazaré is still a fishing town at heart and proudly offers some of Portugal’s finest fishy dishes. The town’s wide sandy beach concludes at an imposing cliff face.
Portugal’s wonderful capital offers a host of treasures, from the Azulejos, the painted tiles that seem to adorn every building, to its many and varied historic quarters and its famous Belém Tower. A day here simply won’t be enough.
Explore the winding, cobbled lanes that lead to a number of notable sights including the Pena Palace, the lighthouse of Santa Marta and the very striking House of Stories.
Famous for its delicious peaches and home to the magnificent abbey, Mosteiro de Santa Maria, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The world-famous Atlantis Crystal is also made here.
Wine and cheese lovers rejoice! Come to Azeitao to sample the award-winning creamy cheese made from raw sheep milk and wash it down with some of Portugal's best wines. The wine cellars here are found in the centre of the town and are open to the public all year round. Visitors can come and watch the assembly line process and have a taste too.