Trás-os-Montes: In touch with nature
Practice sports in the parks of the Trás-os-Montes region. Scroll the Saws of Montesinho and Lombada on foot and by bicycle or comfortably by car....
Birdwatching in the North
Portugal is among Europe's top destinations to watch birds in their natural habitat. The north is rich in scenarios that allow direct contact with nature and tranquility.
North coast: water sports, cared for landscape and the flavour of the sea
If Portugal is a small territory which has a wide variety of landscapes, it is not surprising tha...
On the Almond Route
Between February and March, Trás-os-Montes is decked out in pink and white. At this time, the almond trees are in full bloom, an unmissable natural spectacle.
Terra Quente Transmontana
Between the Douro and Tua Rivers lies a farming region that is criss-crossed with the traces left by the peoples who discovered these lands so many centuries ago. The
Terra Quente Transmontana(Transmontana Hot Lands) – comp...
The Minho Region has unique characteristics associated to a natural landscape of enormous beauty and biodiversity. Marked by an intense green of the fields and vineyards, the Minho beautiful landscape allies itself with the contagious joy of the f...
Enjoy the landscape where Port Wine is produced
The impressive cultural landscape of the Douro, the first wine region demarcated in the world in 1756 and also considered a World Heritage Site in...
Trás-os-Montes is the appropriate name for this area of the interior North of Portugal. Plateaus and majestic mountains, towns and untouched historical villages, purifying spring waters, traditional cuisine and the genuine hospitality of a people...