Cascais is the Portuguese Riviera. Chic, glamorous and pretty, the city has an interesting heritage. Its beaches are its pride and joy. The Tagus and the Atlantic meet there for an ideal marriage for the holidays.
The basil manjerico is a token of love that is offered at the time of Saint Anthony. It is one of the traditions associated with the festivities in honor of the patron saint of Lisbon and throughout Portugal.
Clean and safe, a label to guarantee the best hygiene at your holiday destination in Portugal. We tell you everything.
Tennis has its own name in Portugal: Sanjo! A brand born in the 30’s, faithful to its know-how but with contemporary values. Vintage design made in Portugal
Meet Vincent Vang Gogh is an exhibition dedicated to the brilliant artist. An experience to do with the family on the banks of the Tagus River in Lisbon.
Jacarandas are well acclimatised in Portugal. In Lisbon their lovely blue-violet flowers give a romantic air to the capital. They bloom in May/June
The carpets of Arraiolos constitute a formidable heritage. The small town of Alentejo is only an hour and a half away from Lisbon. To visit it is to immerse yourself in history and talent.
The Tagus estuary is one of the largest in Western Europe. The nature reserves of Alcochete and Montijo are ideal for bird watching. Beautiful walks in perspective!
O Asiático , Chef Kiko’s restaurant, is refined without being extravagant. A cosmopolitan gourmet well located between Principe Real and Bairro Alto.
The Creators’ Market or Feira do Mocho (Owl Fair) takes place once a month or more in Lisbon: creation and quality, and originality for pleasure.