Time to be
With more than 850km of coastline lapped by the Atlantic Ocean, it’s not only surfers, windsurfers and kitesurfers that flock to the sun-drenched beaches of Portugal. Whether you come for the sandy coves of the Algarve, the jagged sea cliffs of Madeira to the wild surf beaches of northern Portugal, it’s time to get back in the water.
Time to go
With a cuisine as rich and as varied as the landscape it grows from, travelling gourmands will forever be delighted by the breadth of Portuguese gastronomy. From grilled sardines, salt cod and pastel de nata to the fine wines and ports from the Douro wine valley, it’s time to taste your way around Portugal again.
Time to leave
From the rugged hills and sparkling waterfalls of Peneda-Gerês National Park to the rolling vineyards and granite ravines of the Alto Douro, Portugal is a natural paradise for walkers. Whether you wander through white-washed rural villages, follow in the footsteps of the Moors or traverse scenic coastal trails, it’s time to explore Portugal’s unspoiled landscapes.