In 2017, the 100th Anniversary of the Apparitions of Our Lady of Fátima will be celebrated with a wide-ranging programme, the high point of which will be the presence of His Holiness Pope Francis on 13th May. The first apparitions of Our Lady (...)
In October, journey to Portugal to watch the world’s top professional surfing competition.With participation by the world’s leading surfers, Rip Curl Pro Portugal - a competition included within the WSL - World Surf League Tour - will be held in (...)
With a whiff of summer in the air, the Festivities of Lisbon offer a full program of entertainment activities that will invade Lisbon’s oldest neighbourhoods, luring thousands of people into the streets. Santo António, highly respected and (...)
If there’s a place to come and celebrate life, then that place is Madeira. As each year draws to a close, the end is commemorated of yet another cycle of 365 days that have been lived as intensely as our memory allows us to recall. The (...)
Witness the National Horse Fair in November in Golegã, a region where the equestrian tradition is deeply rooted. This is one of the country's most typical fairs, attracting thousands of people to the various events featuring the magnificent (...)
Take part in September in the festival that's dedicated to one of the most famous products from Madeira island.The Madeira Wine Harvest Festival is always the perfect excuse to visit Madeira. In Funchal, the allegorical light, sound and music shows (...)
Visit Silves in August and see how the Moors and Christians lived in the Middle Ages.During a nine-day period, Silves (capital of the Algarve during the Arab occupation) will return to its golden age. In a historical recreation of the Christian (...)
In August, Castro Marim returns to the Middle Ages, in a highly rigorous historical recreation.During four days and nights, the castle of Castro Marim once again plays host to kings and queens, knights in shining armour, jesters, buffoons, noblemen (...)
Visit Pêra, in the Algarve, and admire the skills of sculptors from various countries as they create genuine works of art in the sand.FIESA – the International Sand Sculptures Festival is the only event of its kind in the Iberian peninsular, and, (...)
Celebrate the feasts of São João, the most revered saint of Oporto, held on the night of 23rd June. The feasts of São João, of pagan origin and associated with the celebration of the summer solstice, are marked by dancing, eating and fireworks.
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