While Portugal may be one of Europe's smaller countries, you will find a spectacularly varied landscape and cultural diversity. Tradition and modernity come together in harmony under the Portuguese sun.
Portugal has a stunning 850 km of Atlantic coastline and an incredible 3000 hours of sun per year. Sunseekers will feel particularly at home in south Portugal. The proximity to the Atlantic offers bathing fun, water sports like surfing, diving, windsurfing, snorkelling, etc., as well as a wide range of foods like shellfish and fish. Bacalhau, is a dried and salted cod and a national dish of Portugal. Portuguese-style clams are another delight for the senses.
Another treat is called petiscos, deep-fried dumplings made from a cod and potato mix with eggs and parsley. Nature lovers can discover the rest of Portugal's scenic beauty on bike or hiking tours. From dolphin- and birdwatching to mighty, stunning granite peaks and limestone caves, Portugal's landscape can bewitch you with its multifaceted nature.