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Algarve Coast

Gorgeous beaches, warm water, and glorious sunshine year-round, Algarve Coast is the dream holiday. Traces of Moorish presence are still seen in its unique terraces, chimneys and whitewashed houses. This charming region has idyllic temperatures, whi...

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Amar is the Portuguese word for love, and there’s no coincidence that this quaint beautiful town is names Amarante. This town in hometown for Sao Goncalo, Portugal’s St. Valentine helping those lonely hearts in the town find true love. This rich agri...

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Many find the tile-faced houses and beautiful art nouveau architecture of Aveiro, Portugal, bewitching. Another lovely sight in this historic seaport 150 mi/240 km northeast of Lisbon is the fleet of colorful moliceiros (high-prowed boats) gracing th...

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This small town in the district of Portalegre was rewarded to the Knights of Evora. Its inhabitants surround Castelo de Avis, a castle built in the 12th century that holds most of Avis’ history.

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Azores (The Azores)

The Azores are a cluster of garden-like islands on the horizons of the Atlantic ocean. Peace and quiet, flowers in the fields, in the villages, in the houses. The blue and green of dreamy lagoons surround a pace of life in which there is time to stop...

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Barca d'Alva

This tiny village, only a few hundred feet from the Spanish border, sits on the banks of the Douro River. The Douro River Valley is famous for its vineyards and port wine grapes. Also see almond, olive and cherry orchards lining the valley.

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Batalha is a village located just an hour from Lisbon. It is most known for Batalha Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal, dating back from 1386. Batalha is located in a green valley set along the Lena River...

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Set in the rolling plains of the Alentejo and 120 mi/190 km southeast of Lisbon, Beja, Portugal, merits a few hours' visit. The town's main claim to fame is that it was founded by Julius Caesar. Stop at the town museum, which was once a 15th-century ...

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Belmont is a historic small town in Portugal. The town is dominated by a 13th century castle, later the birthplace of Pedro Álvares Cabral, the navigator who discovered South America. The city is also known for it ancient alleys that make up t...

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Bitetos is nestled in the Douro Valley. The most popular tourist attraction is the Monastery of Alpendorada. Sample the famous port wine before leaving!

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Braga, Portugal, the capital of the lush region known as the Minho, or Costa Verde, is an early Roman and Christian town, seat of the archbishop and site of the Festival of St. John. It is located 30 mi/50 km northeast of Porto. The city's cathedral ...

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Braganca, Portugal, enjoys a certain isolation, as it is located 160 mi/255 km northeast of Porto, in the province of Tras-os-Montes (Behind the Mountains), near the border with Spain. Its insularity ensures that it remains full of character and quie...

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This beautiful old town has a lovely walled forest, with more than 700 types of trees (the most striking are the enormous cypresses). The towering canopy shades mossy paths, clear pools, and lovely ferns and lilies. After walking through the forest, ...

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Caldas de Aregos

Caldas de Aregos is a charming little village situated on a wooded hill above the Douro River. The town is most famous for its spas and thermal waters.

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Casa de Sezim

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Casa de Vila Verde

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Casal de Loivos Viewpoint

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Cascais is an elegant beach town just outside of Lisbon. There are a number of lovely beaches perfect for swimming. Along the sea front visitors will find various bars and friendly shops. In terms of shopping, Cascais has it all from small shops and ...

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Castelo Branco

The capital of the Beira Baixa region, Castelo Branco, Portugal, is located 155 mi/250 km northeast of Lisbon. It is a relatively modern city surrounding a medieval quarter. The former Bishop's Palace contains a lovely garden dotted with religious st...

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Castelo de Paiva

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Castelo de Vide

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Castelo Rodrigo

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Castro Verde

Castro Verde is a town located in Campo Branco (White Plains) of the Baixo Alentejo sub-region of Portugal. The area of Castro Verde dates back 200,000BC. The term “Castro” is a combination of Celtic, Roman, Iberian, and Spanish cultures ...

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The name Chaves, from the Portuguese word for keys, dates from the time when citizens literally locked up the place at night. Today, Chaves, Portugal, located 112 mi/180 km northeast of Porto, is an important spa town with many ancient buildings and ...

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Coa Museum

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Coa Valley

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Coimbra is one of the most romantically beautiful cities in Portugal, and it's ancient and ornate buildings are rich in historical and cultural importance. Also, being a university town the city is inevitably dotted with cafe's, and lively ...

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This city was first established as a Celtic settlement built in layers during the Iron Ages until the 2nd century AD when the Romans conquered and inhabited the area. It is the largest Roman settlement in Portugal and classified as a National Monumen...

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Costa Verde, Portugal

Those who are most interested in history and culture will want to drive north from Lisbon to the Minho region, which runs from Galicia in northwestern Spain to just north of Porto in Portugal. This is the cradle of the Portuguese nation—Celts, Romans...

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Douro Valley

The Douro Valley in Portugal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site devoted to vineyards. Port wine production and beautiful scenery sculpted by the Douro River are highlights of the region. Enjoy the local cuisine, bike, canoe or cruise along the Douro, an...

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You might feel a bit like a knight in armor when you approach Elvas, Portugal—the entrance to the walled city is via a medieval drawbridge. Visit the castle and ramparts and see the 15th-century Amoreira Aqueduct, which still conveys water to the cit...

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Entre-Os-Rios is a small town located at the confluence of the Duoro and Tamega Rivers. Enjoy magnificent views of vineyards and fruit trees, and utter relaxation while strolling through this charming town.

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This town was really created from the curious needs of the two World Wars. Once a small Spa location conveniently located between Lisbon and Cascais, it became a prime location for European royal exiles forced to leave their own countries. It has bee...

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The 13th Century Castle that dominates the town of Estremoz has been greatly restored. The strong fortification of the town acted as a strategic deterrent in the War of Independence and in the War of the Two Brothers. The high tower Torre das Três Co...

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Evora is considered a seat of learning with its University founded in 16th Century by Cardinal Dom Henrique. Within the surrounding wall the most prominent feature is the 2nd or 3rd Century ruins of a Roman Temple dedicated to Goddess Diana. Another ...

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The city of Fatima in Portugal is most famous for the religious visions that reportedly appeared in the early 20th century. The marian shrine attracts a large number of pilgrims from around the world every year. If shopping is your weakness you will ...

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If you're in Ferradosa you can take an to Sao Joao da Pesqueira, with its charming town hall decorated with beautiful tiled murals depicting Port wine scenes. You can leave this small town via steep, winding roads to the famous nine chapels of Sao Sa...

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Figueira da Foz

Figueira da Foz received its nickname, Rainha das Praias or Queen of Beaches, for its large and golden sand beach. The largest beach in Portgual, it attracted Figuera da Foz as a major world-class resort during the late 19th and early 20th centuries,...

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The highest (and coldest) city in Portugal, Guarda lies on the main road to Madrid, Spain, about 105 mi/170 km east of Coimbra. The town is in a beautiful setting amid a boulder-strewn landscape. Its most striking monument is its Gothic cathedral. Al...

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Guimarães was Portugal's first capital city in the 12th century, ruled over by the country's first king, Don Alfonso Henriques. His castle is the highlight here. Medieval streets lead to the town square, Laargo da Oliveira and from there, explore the...

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Overlooked by one of Portugal's most important shrines, Lamego is an ancient episcopal city lying within the Upper Douro's demarcated Port wine area. Located in a fertile valley, it is a delightful Baroque town with a central square laid out as a pub...

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The hilltop town of Leiria, Portugal, is crowned by an excellent 12th-century castle. The castle, however, looks better from a distance, where the cables and floodlights used to illuminate it at night are not visible. Leiria, located 45 mi/70 km sout...

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Portugal’s capital is an 18th-century city - elegant, open to the sea and carefully planned. Most places of interest are within easy walking distance. Rossio Square, the heart of Lisbon since medieval times, is an ideal place to start exploring...

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Lixa Pier

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Categories: Lousa


The Island of Madeira is situated in the north Atlantic Ocean off the coast of northwest Africa. There is a wide range of opportunities for leisure time. The Atlantic invites you sailing, fishing, whale & dolphin spotting, water skiing, surfing, divi...

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Mateus is a charming portuguese village, which owes its fame to the nobility of the region. Visitors may visit the Mateus palace and view the baroque architecture, valuable paintings, and small private museum. There are also beautiful gardens for vis...

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Monastery of Saint John of Tarouca

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This beautiful Portuguese countryside lures its travelers to explore the ancestral force of Spanish influence, religious landmarks, and 17th century noble manors. A connecting hub between Lisbon and Spain, this town is filled with unexpected enchantm...

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The name Nazare is supposed to come from the Biblical town of Nazareth. Today, it still is an important fishing port and one of Portugal's most popular holiday resorts. Nazare is the most typical and charming fishing village in Portugal.

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Peneda Geres National Park

Located 50 mi/80 km northeast of Porto and abutting the border with Spain on either side of the Lima River, Portugal's Peneda-Geres National Park is rich in mountain scenery and wildlife. Hike or drive through the park to enjoy panoramic views, water...

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Penhas Dourdas

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Peso da Regua

Peso da Régua is a town in the north of Portugal, on the River Douro. It has a population of about 10,000 and is in the heart of Portugal's port wine-producing region.

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Spectacularly located at the confluence of the Douro and Pinhão rivers, the small town of Pinhão is the epicenter of the Port winemaking area. Although a sleepy town for most of the year, Pinhão bursts into life in autumn during the annual grape harv...

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Ponte de Lima

The oldest village in Portugal has a long medieval bridge that passes over the Limia River and runs besides the town. Ponte de Lima is a charming floral village with handful of gardens, fancy mansions, historical buildings and timeless views of the r...

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Porto (Oporto), Portugal's second largest city, is full of interest, and the district it heads offers the visitor plenty to see. Along the coast, there are resorts like the cosmopolitan beach of Espinho, busy ports like Matosinhos, with splendid ...

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Porto Antigo

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Porto Santo

A small and relatively little visited island off the south-east coast of Madeira, in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Morocco. Porto Santo has no more than a few tiny villages, and an almost 'other-worldly' mood of timeless tranquillity. Its lovel...

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This is a country that has the oldest borders in Europe, with an exceptional range of different landscapes just a short distance away, lots of leisure activities and a unique cultural heritage, where tradition and modernity blend together in perfec...

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Praia da Rocha

With magnificent cliffs, beautiful waters and golden sands, Praia da Rocha is a sight to behold. In fact, its beach is one of the most photographed in all of Europe. But there's more to Praia da Rocha than its beauty. It's also a cosmopolitan center ...

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Praia de Santa Cruz

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Praia di Vitoria, Azores

Praia di Vitoria is modern town with an old center, laced with narrow streets and traditional homes. The harbor is extensive and is accented by the small, pleasant crescent beach nearby. In the old center, visit the Igreja Martriz Santa Cruz to see t...

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Quinta da Aveleda

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Quinta da Avessada

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Quinta da Roeda

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Quinta do Bonfim

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Quinta do Portal

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Quinta do Seixo

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Santarem, Portugal

Located 50 mi/80 km northeast of Lisbon and nestled on the western bank of the Tagus River, Santarem, Portugal, offers such attractions as the Portas do Sol (a pretty walled park with stunning views of the river and surrounding plains), occasional bu...

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Sao Salvador

Sao Salvador is a charming little village, situated amid the rugged beauty of the Douro Valley. Azulejos tiles (from soul, blue'), the favorite form of Portuguese architectural decoration, and 'tile tapestries' (tapetes) may be seen on many building...

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Serra da Estrela

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On the right bank of the Sado River lies one Portugal's largest and oldest cities, said to have been founded by Noah's grandson. Setubal is the center of Portugal's sardine industry and is known for the local production of the most exquisite muscatel...

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Sintra is a municipality located in the Lisbon Coast of Portugal. It is well known for its romantic architectural monuments, such as the National Palace of Queluz and the Moorish Castle, which is located at the top of the Serra de Sintra. It was clas...

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The hillside centerpiece of the small town of Tomar, Portugal, is the 12th-century castle built by the crusading Order of the Knights Templar and the later monastery built around it. The entire complex is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The C...

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Viana do Castelo

A 16th-century fishing village near Spanish Galicia, Viana do Castelo, Portugal, is located 45 mi/70 km north of Porto. It is known for its medieval buildings, the stunning interior of the Igreja de Misericordia, rich folklore and impressive contempo...

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Vila do Conde

Vila Do Conde, Portugal, is located 20 mi/30 km north of Porto. The town has a wide beach with crashing waves, a cluster of good seafood restaurants, a pretty convent and a local craft tradition of lace woven in intricate patterns. Povoa de Varzim, a...

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Vila Nova de Gaia

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Vila Real

Located at the meeting point of two rivers, Vila Real has become a busy commercial town based around the wine and port trade. Its main attraction is its fine 15th Century Gothic Cathedral that was originally a church belonging to the Order of Dominic...

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Vila Real de Santo Antonio

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Vilamoura is the name given to a region rather than a specific town.  Originally designed to be self-sufficient, it is ideally located and is a major area for tourism in Portugal.

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Portugal has a rich seafaring past, superb beach resorts, wistful towns and a landscape wreathed in olive groves, vineyards and wheat fields. Littered with UNESCO World Heritage sites and graced by one of Europe's most relaxed and attractive capitals, it also remains refreshingly affordable. Savoring life slowly is a Portuguese passion, and much of the best is humble - traditional folk festivals; simple, honest food drowning in olive oil; music that pulls at the heart strings, recalling past love and glories; and markets overflowing with fish, fruit and flowers.
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Sun-drenched beaches of the Algarve, exclusive golf resorts, medieval hilltop towns, colorful fishing villages, a cosmopolitan capital, the vine-filled valley of the Douro, wild remote mountains—Portugal has it all. But Europe's oldest country, which has had its eyes melancholically set on the sea and on a lost and glorious past, has turned its head toward Europe and is undergoing a profound modernization. Still, things move a bit more slowly in Portugal, devagar as residents say, and some 16 million tourists seem to like the pace.

The social contrasts are still bigger there than in any other country in western Europe. But Europe's former "poor house" is on its way to becoming a nice mansion with a sea view. The young Portuguese still listen to fado, and the students of Coimbra still wear their traditional outfits, but they party in stylish cafes and bars.

There is no better way to experience Portugal than to sit down in a street cafe with a bica (espresso) or a glass of port as you watch the world go by. And when you leave Portugal, you will probably feel saudades (a feeling of longing for something that is gone but might return). But unlike King Sebastian, you can always return.


Portugal is a long, narrow country on the Iberian Peninsula, at the southwestern edge of Europe. Mountains run through the central, northern and eastern parts of the country, and to the west the Atlantic Ocean meets an extensive seacoast, creating many excellent harbors. In the southernmost province of the Algarve, beaches, marshes and cliffs mark the coast.

Two island groups in the Atlantic, the Azores and Madeira, are also part of Portugal. Both are green and fairly remote.


Outsiders have flocked to Portugal's shores before—as invaders. The region—called Lusitania by the Romans—was occupied by Phoenicians, Celts, Romans, Germanic tribes and Arabs, among others. The foundation of the nation-state we know today as Portugal was laid in 1139 when Afonso Henriques, the country's first king, declared independence from Leon and Castile.

As a result of naval expansion, from 1400 to 1600 Portugal was a major colonial power, developing territories in South America, Africa, India and Asia. That 200-year era has come to be known as Portugal's Golden Age. (Portugal only relinquished the last of those colonies in 1975.)

The Golden Age ended in a series of costly wars with Spain. The Portuguese monarchy gradually lost the respect of its citizens, who ousted the last king in 1910. After two decades of turmoil, Dr. Antonio de Oliveira Salazar emerged as Portugal's unquestioned leader. Salazar, who ruled as prime minister for more than 35 years, isolated Portugal from the rest of Europe and clung to power through a brutal police force that censored virtually anyone who opposed him.

Salazar suffered a stroke in 1968 and died two years later. His regime died shortly thereafter, and by 1976 Portugal had become a true democracy. It joined the European Union in 1986, which led to widespread development and investment in infrastructure. However, the financial crises precipitated by the banks resulted in the country having to apply to the International Monetary Fund and the European Union for bail-out loans to help stabilize its economy.

Portuguese culture today contains remnants of the conquering and conquered cultures, but the modern Portuguese way of life is not entirely constrained by the past, as evidenced by the development of tourism, particularly in the Algarve.


Portugal's main attractions include old-world European culture, beaches, resorts, deep-sea fishing, archaeology, history, scenery, festivals, churches, monasteries, castles and friendly people.

Those who like beaches, pretty scenery, good food and a wide variety of active nightlife (in the main cities and resorts) will enjoy Portugal.


Lisbon and Coimbra are rivals when it comes to fado, a traditional, mournful style of music whose lyrics express longing and sorrow. Both cities claim to have preserved the purest form of the music. In either city, however, you can hear the black-clad singers, accompanied by guitar and viola.

Portugal's King Sebastian, who ruled in the 16th century, is one of the most charismatic figures in the country's history. A sickly, unstable young man—or a visionary dreamer, depending on your point of view—he launched a crusade against the Islamic infidels in 1578. At the Battle of the Three Kings in Morocco, he was killed and his army of 18,000 completely routed. Well into the 19th century, many clung to the belief that Sebastian had only been captured and would someday return to claim the throne.

Legend says that the Algarve's numerous almond trees, whose white petals cover the ground during January and February, were planted by a Muslim king whose Scandinavian wife missed the snow of her homeland.

Algarve gets its name from the Arabic term al-Gharb (the West). The province once marked the westernmost point of Muslim expansion in the Middle Ages.

Portuguese writer Jose Saramago won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1998.

Half the hotel beds in the country are in the Algarve.

Porto or Oporto? The two spellings for the northern Portuguese city stem from a misunderstanding. Foreign visitors to Porto often heard the locals say, "O porto," meaning "to the port," and they took it to be the name of the city. The new version became the accepted name in most languages (other than Portuguese, that is).

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