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  1. Figueira da Foz
    Towns and Villages
    Figueira da Foz
    Figueira da Foz took its name from its situation at the mouth (foz) of the River Mondego and it has developed into one of the main seaside resorts in the centre of Portugal. A cosmopolitan and lively city, it first began to gain in importance (...)

  2. Vista sobre a baía do funchal
Place: Funchal
    Towns and Villages
    No-one visiting Funchal can be indifferent to its beauty and the hospitality of its people. There are many places to visit in this 500-year old city, and some cannot be missed…The capital of Madeira, Funchal is situated on the south coast of the (...)

  3. Fátima
    Towns and Villages
    With its origins deep in history, it was during the Arabian occupation that this settlement developed and was named. According to legend, during the Christian Reconquest, the Templar knight Gonçalo Hermingues, also known as Bringer-of-Moors, fell in (...)

  4. Lamego
Photo: AS
    Towns and Villages
    Roughly 12 kilometres from the banks of the Douro, Lamego enjoyed a period of great prosperity in the eighteenth century when the city produced the so-called "fine wine" that later gave rise to the world famous Port wine. It is a very ancient city, (...)

  5. Sintra
    Towns and Villages
    A beautiful town at the foot of the mountain range of the same name, its unique characteristics have led UNESCO to classify it as a World heritage site. It was even necessary to create a special category for the purpose - that of "cultural (...)

  6. Aveiro
Place: Aveiro
Photo: João Paulo
    Towns and Villages
    The capital of the Ria, a vast lagoon where the freshwater of the River Vouga joins with the sea, Aveiro is intersected by canals, genuine streets of water, along which can be seen gliding the brightly coloured boats known as barcos moliceiros. (...)

  7. Festas da Rainha Santa
    Towns and Villages
    Long ago, this site was occupied by the Celts, but the process of Romanisation brought a great cultural transformation to this region. The presence of the Romans is still visible in the various archaeological remains housed at the Museu Nacional (...)

  8. Amarante
    Towns and Villages
    All visitors to Amarante will most certainly be impressed by two imposing natural features: the great Serra do Marão rising above the city in a series of majestic landscapes and the river Tâmega, the longest tributary of the river Douro, whose (...)

  9. Porto Côvo
    Towns and Villages
    Porto Côvo
    Porto Covo continues to be the friendly fishing village full of small white houses that was rebuilt by the Marquês de Pombal shortly after the 1755 earthquake.Some of the greatest attractions for visitors are the many beautiful beaches sheltered by (...)

  10. Barcelos
    Towns and Villages
    After crossing the old bridge over the River Cávado, we enter into one of the most emblematic cities of popular Minho art, Barcelos.Is an ancient city, situated in an area that has archaeological remains dating back to prehistoric times, although it (...)


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