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Ria Formosa
Nature

Die “Ria Formosa”

Ria Formosa ist ein Naturschutzgebiet, das sich von der Stadt Faro (Ilha de Faro) nach Osten ca.60 km zur spanischen Grenze bis Cacela Velha erstreckt. Es umfasst eine Fläche von etwa 18.000 Hektar.

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Portuguese Cuisine
Gastronomy

Cucina portoghese

Una gastronomia tutta da scoprire quindi e, come diceva lo scrittore Eça de Queirós: “L’uomo mette tanto del suo carattere e della sua individualità in cucina, come nell’arte”

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Acorn
Gastronomy

Acorn: The reborn fruit

  When we think about an acorn we immediately think about food for animals, especially pigs. But did you know that this fruit, which is rich in proteins and highly nutritious, was considered by the Ancients as “the food for the invencible”? How acorn was used along the Time The acorn is the fruit of

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Douro Wine
Gastronomy

The economical role of Port Wine

Port wine is a fortified wine, produced within the Demarcated region of the Douro Valley. The Douro Valley, listed a World Heritage Site, represents the first Demarcated and Delimitated Wine region in the World.

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Évora
City Tours

Évora

Visiting Évora is like entering the time machine and finding the whole history of Portugal in little alleys and fabulous monuments.

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Douro Valley
Nature

DE DOURO VALLEI

In het noorden van Portugal, afgeschermd door eindeloze berglandschappen, ligt de vallei waar al eeuwenlang één van de meest beroemde wijnen ter wereld wordt geproduceerd.

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Batalha Monastery
History

Batalha Monastery

Come discover this UNESCO site, which holds the oldest known stained-glass windows in Portugal, the tomb of our unknown soldiers, fantastic gargoyles and the most famous unfinished chapels in the country

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Korkeiche
Nature

Die Korkeiche

Der Nationalbaum Portugals Mein Lieblingsbaum!  Prächtig, stark, majestätisch, umweltfreundlich … Auf rund 23 % der Waldfläche Portugals, das sind ca. 750.000 Hektar, stehen Korkeichen.  Diese Baumart gedeiht in Höhenlagen zwischen 150 und 300 Metern im Flachland der heißen Alentejo-Region, aber auch an der Atlantikküste. In den  Korkeichenwäldern wachsen auch andere Baumarten wie die See-Kiefer (Pinus

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