Lisbon is one of the most atmospheric cities in Europe, but this small, highly historic country isn't done yet. There's the balmy resort region of Algarve, the green north, home of Port wine; and Atlantic islands Madeira and the Azores; and more.

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Comment by EnLinea Media on June 9, 2011 at 5:41pm
So how do you survive in Lisbon with no money -- literally?
Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on June 8, 2011 at 10:35am

Traveling to Portugal Dream Coast where one amazing activity is a boat trip through Évora Boat . Sunset or Sunrise is a possibility where coloured mix of landscapes are so amazing . With departure in Setúbal, tourists will see Arrabida Hills , the amazing beaches of Figueirinha ( has Blue Flag ), the resident Wild Life Dolphins ,  Tróia and much more. Has curiosity, Évora Boat was built in Germany by the Krupp company in 1931 and it is used by companies and tourists for major events. This is an amazing blue and green area. Travel to Setúbal and make a fantastic boat tour.

Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on May 31, 2011 at 10:15am

The Municipal Gallery of Montijo received between May 28 and July 30, drawings and sculptures from João Cutileiro.

In the past, the artist has exhibited his works in Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal) , Brussels , Washington and New York (EUA) , Dortmund and Wuppertal ( Germany), among other cities and countries.

Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on May 30, 2011 at 8:20am

The 27th Edition of Festroia – Festival Internacional e Cinema de Setúbal will be from June 3rd till 12th, with 180 movies from 40 countries. With international recognition, Festróia is present in the prestigious Annual Calendar of FIAPF (Fédération Internationale des Associations de Producteurs de Films). During 9 days, the festival promises to visitors of Setúbal high quality movies. With international recognition has several worldwide releases. More info

Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on May 23, 2011 at 6:35am

The 1st Annual Setúbal Music Festival will be on May 27th, 28th and 29th of May 2011 and during this three days the Festival will cover 750 years of Portuguese Music, from medieval era up to the editions of this year. The Setúbal Music Festival is the result of synergies between several entities : Municipality of Setúbal, The Helen Hamlyn Trust and the organization involved several local schools and associations in this global community project. The highlights of the program are three concerts of world class, which are : Pedro Caldeira Cabral and La Batalla, the Gulbenkian Choir and Pedro Carneiro Aries (born Azeitão) and the Goanese soprano Patricia Rozario Goan. The schedule of this event is at Portugal Dream Coast website, we leave you with the direct links : 27th , 28th and 29th May.

Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on May 19, 2011 at 10:45am

Imagine you are visiting the Arrabida Mountain in a electric moto or take a ride on a Electric Skateboard. In Setúbal it is possible through BiGPlanet , a company with two years located in the center of the city.

These electric skateboards work with a remote control assisted by an integrated braking system. With a word design and electric propulsion, take 3-4 hours to charge the battery (depending of the model).

There is four different products, that have a different range and speed, which can vary from 13 km to 25 km autonomy and from 15 km/h at 30 kms/h in terms of speed. You can have a different afternoon, during your vacations. 

Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on May 16, 2011 at 5:17am
Loyal to his philosophy of quality of raw-materials and the final product, Fábrica de Tortas Azeitonense – stands out in the Portuguese market as the main producer of Tortas (Rolls), Queijinhos de Azeitão (Small cakes – like Sweetmeals) and Queijadas (Small Sweet Pies) inclusively supplying the larger commercial areas of the region. +info
Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on May 12, 2011 at 10:54am
Setubal region will have the 3rd Edition of Half Marathon on the Sands. 21 kms on the beaches of Costa da Caparica
Comment by Portugal Dream Coast on April 28, 2011 at 11:37am

The “Navy Day” will be celebrated in the city of Setúbal, with several activities between 14th and 22nd May, celebrating the arrival of the Vasco da Gama Armada to Celecute. Church event of suffrage of the Military, military ceremony, skills demonstration at Sado River and Marine Parade. An amazing week in Setúbal.

Comment by Kim Walker on April 26, 2011 at 1:56am


I know I'm in good company here, cauz I too adore Portugal! My husband and I lead a photo tour there last June and will go again in October--this time to explore the Douro Valley and the north. Can't wait!

Portugal has the friendliest people, and some of the most amazing architecture. I also enjoyed seeing some of the important cultural events--like the candellit procession at Fatima, the Agricutural Festival in Santarem and the bullfighting and courageous forcados! I recently posted a couple photo essays on both the bullfighting and Portuguese art and architecture on our blog I think Tomar's Convento de Cristo was my favorite architectural gem. What's yours?




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