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Discover beaches in the Alentejo

Beaches between Comporta and Cabo Sardao Which beaches in the Alentejo are suitable for you? The coast south of Lisbon is very varied. The beaches on the west coast in Alentejo alternate between miles of sandy beaches. South of Sines and in the region of Comporta there are beaches that do not seem to end. In some regions ... go to Article

Pasteis de Nata Recipe - Delicious Portugal

Make pasteis de nata yourself A pasteis de nata recipe to make yourself! The Portuguese pudding tarts are often there for breakfast. They tasted so good to us that we have been baking them at home ever since. We brought the recipe with us from our Genuss Reisen. This is how we experience the culinary delights of Portugal ... go to Article

The Seafaring of Portugal in the Age of Discoveries

Portugal on the edge of Europe? Portugal's seafaring is changing this The sea is no longer the end of expansion. Rather, it is for the Portuguese with the age of discoveries to connect to other worlds. Portugal owned the end of the 14. Century about one million inhabitants. 40000 people lived in Lisbon. The rural population lived on agriculture, had ... go to Article

Rota Vicentina hiking on the fishing path Portugal

The Rota Vicentina Hiking on the fishing path Portugal On the ancient paths of the Rota Vicentina the fishermen walk over the fishing path Portugal to their fishing spots. It leads from Porto Covo along the west coast down to the Algarve. Sometimes the path runs comfortably above the cliffs. Another time steep ascents and descents to the ... go to Article

Discoveries Portuguese Mariner - Henry the Navigator, Fernando Magellan ...

Discoveries of Portugal Henry the Navigator The history of Portuguese sailors began 1415 with the capture of the Moroccan city of Ceuta. The peace agreement between Castile and Portugal in the year 1411 had made it impossible for the Portuguese princes to gain honor in their fight with their neighbors. Knight games were not enough to gain combat honor. That's why ... go to Article

Portuguese wine Vinho Verde

Portuguese Wine Vinho Verde What could be nicer than completing a warm summer evening with a cool glass of wine. That is pure wine enjoyment! In the heat of summer, a light and sparkling wine tastes best. Portuguese Vinho Verde is perfect for summery enjoyment. You drink it chilled. White Vinho Verde tastes especially ... go to Article

Evora - UNESCO World Heritage in the Alentejo

Evora - UNESCO World Heritage in the Alentejo First stop of our journey Along the fishing path through Alentejo is the city of Evora. It is the largest place we get to know along our route. It is also one of the oldest places we visit on this trip. Evora was settled long before the Romans. ... go to Article

Alentejo - Of fish, shrimp and coriander

Portuguese fish specialties from the Alentejo Portuguese fish specialties we enjoyed on our trip through the Alentejo. Fish was on our menu in every restaurant on this fishing trail through the Alentejo. Dornhai soup was available in Evora. Eel stew then awaited us in Cais Palafítico. Açorda de Marisco we ate in Sines. Grilled … go to Article