If you’re a citizen of the United Kingdom living in Portugal, don’t forget to register for residency in the next couple of months to guarantee your rights.
Summer isn’t quite over yet and September can still offer you great beach days. So, we want to share with you some nice beaches to discover in Algarve, some that are known and renowned all over the world and others that are still left to explore.
The country ranks number 10 this year, being recognized as one of the countries where reporters and journalists experience little constraints when doing their jobs.
Starting around Lisbon and going down to the beautiful Algarve, today we take you on a tour to the most spectacular beaches in Portugal. Get to know Ericeira, Cascais, Costa da Caparica, Serra da Arrábida, Aljezur and Lagos.
The picturesque and traditional Santos Populares are the biggest festivities in Portugal, taking place during the entire month of June and marking the beginning of the summer.
The British newspaper is saying that Portugal is one of the first foreign destinations that Britons will be able to visit once restrictions are lifted, perceived as having “that rare thing of being near but with beaches that rival the Caribbean”.
Évora is the capital of Portugal’s south-central Alentejo region. It is one of the most developed cities of Alentejo and combines the rurality of the region with its modernity of a student hub and district capital.
Portugal has been perceived as a “safe haven” in Europe during and post the quarantine constrictions, having a relatively low infection and death rates due to the new coronavirus.
The past few weeks in lockdown are generally improving the air quality globally, and Portugal is no exception, with levels lower than seen in decades.
The ancient Ribeira with its little colorful houses composes the city’s postcard, along with the bridge. This is the main landscape that comes to mind when imagining this vibrant city that has a lot more to discover.