Bryan and Lisa Christman divide their time between Seattle and Peneda-Gerês National Park in northeastern Portugal, where they are building a dream business in the perfect retirement location.
When my husband, Keith and I were invited to a wedding on the beach in Puglia, Italy—Margherita di Savoia, to be exact—we decided to make a road trip out of it. Our trip was an ambitious undertaking, including travel from Portugal, through Spain and France, visiting 23 cities in 21 days. But my aim is not to exhaust but entice you to explore...
Cruise a river past the terraced landscape of one of Portugal’s finest wine-growing regions. View a Gothic church with 650 pounds of gold plating. Step back in time at Portugal’s best-preserved Roman ruins, and experience interactively the history of the nation’s capital...
Most visitors to Portugal arrive at the international airport in Lisbon. With so much to see in and around this major metropolitan area, many vacationers concentrate their time there, soaking up life on its bustling streets, savoring the legendary cuisine, and exploring a local castle or two. If they venture away from the capital, they Read more...: 6 Top Praias Fluviais—Portugal’s River Beaches
When 60-year-old New York real estate finance executive Will Traylor and Joseph Wisniewski, 54, a former public-school teacher, traveled to Portugal last December, they discovered what they were looking for. Nine months later the couple arrived in Santa Luzia, moved into their fully furnished townhouse, and are now living their dream.
Rolling green hills, stretches of farmland with grazing sheep, rugged mountains, and breathtaking beaches are both inspiring and comforting. Tricia has found a more relaxed lifestyle in Portugal than anywhere she lived in the States.
Portugal is home to some of the most affordable real estate in Europe. Whether it's along the banks of the Douro River or in the shadow of the Serra da Gardunha mountains, you'll likely find bargains all across the country.
Remote workers and digital nomads from around the world are discovering Portugal in their droves. With a digital infrastructure that can rival anywhere in the world, combined with the lowest cost of living in Western Europe, it's no wonder...
Mellow port wines nurtured in northern vineyards. Sun-kissed, sandy beaches with world-class surfing. A capital city whose cable cars clatter over hilly, cobblestoned streets sweeping down to the bay.
With more than a thousand miles of coastline on the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal offers a variety of beaches to suit every taste, for sunning, surfing, kayaking, windsailing, you name it. Here’s a look at five great destinations in various regions of the country.