Alentejo is a region in the south of Portugal delimited by Tagus River to the North and the Algarve region to the South. The East borders Spain and the West is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. The beauty of its landscapes and the wonder of its heritage, cuisine and wines provide a unique and exceptional experience to be discovered.
Area: 31 551.2 km2
Population: 758 739 (2011)
The Algarve is a region in the extreme south of Portugal known for its Mediterranean beaches and golf resorts. Whitewashed fishing villages on low cliffs overlooking sandy coves were transformed in the 1960s, and now the central coast between Lagos and Faro is filled with mansions, hotels, bars and restaurants. The region's western Atlantic coast and rugged interior are less developed but keep some well-hidden treasures.
Area: 4 997 km²
Population: 451 006 (2011)
The archipelago of the Azores consists of 9 islands: Corvo, Flores, Faial, Graciosa, Pico, São Jorge, Terceira, Santa Maria and São Miguel. As a tourist destination, it is mainly dedicated to nature tourism and outdoor activities, such as hiking, diving, whale watching, canyoning, among others.
Here you can find unspoiled nature, with breathtaking landscapes, incredible lagoons, extinct volcanic craters, hot water waterfalls and springs, amazing food and even wine production, and so much more!
Area: 2 351 km2
Population: 242 796 (2019)
The Central region of Portugal is also known as Beiras (the traditional name of a region running south of Douro River and north of Tagus River). A land with deep contrasts presents its inland area with mountains and villages of granite and schist, while by the sea, there are fishing villages and cosmopolitan beaches. And everywhere centuries old heritage proudly displays the history of the region.
Area: 28 462km2
Population: 2 327 026 (2011)
The Lisbon Region is the region surrounding Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. It consists of municipalities located on both banks of the wide mouth of the Tagus (Tejo) river where it meets the Atlantic Ocean. The region includes a variety of localities—from historic towns and cities, to ports, industrial areas, beach resorts, and natural reserves. It offers a varied mixture of holiday opportunities to visitors.
Area: 3 001.95 km2
Population: 2 815 851 (2011)
It was in the Porto & North region that Portugal was founded in the 12th century and the Portuguese became a people and a nation. Set between the Spanish province of Galicia to the north and the Douro Valley to the south, it is a land of dense vegetation and profound historic and cultural wealth. Throughout the region the rivers, waterfalls, vineyards and fertile plots combine with the ancestral monuments in urban centres.
Area: 21 278 km2
Population: 3 689 173 (2011)
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