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The BEST 15 Reasons for visiting Portugal

This short film shows everything that Portugal epitomizes in the wonderful variety of attractions that this small country has to offer never ceasing to amaze those who visit here. The Monuments Architecture Artistic Tiles Culture World Heritage Nature Landscapes Portuguese … Continue reading

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Discovering Beautiful Santiago de Compostela

Once a pilgrim has arrived into Santiago, it is impossible not to get completely engrossed in exploring this marvelous city on foot.  Santiago is the capital of Galicia and the old quarter was nominated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO … Continue reading

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Discovering One of Northern Portugal’s Secrets

There is a small and very charming village called Provesende, lying within the Douro demarcated wine region, in the county of Sabrosa (northern Portugal), which is an absolute must to visit.  Sabrosa incidently is the birthplace (cerca 1480) of the famous Portuguese … Continue reading

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The Coastal Walk from Porto to Santiago Compostela – Part 8

Terra Verde grouped a total of 88 people together, on a beautiful fresh morning last month, for the 8th sector of our walk from Porto to Santiago de Compostela. This sector, in Spain, from Vigo to Redondela would prove to … Continue reading

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The Coastal Walk from Porto to Santiago Compostela – Part 7

The start of a truly spectacular day greeted our 80 participants last Saturday morning at around 7.00 a.m., when we got underway for the 7th Sector from Baiona to Seixo (Vigo) following the coastal route.  This time, rather than going through Caminha (closer … Continue reading

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The Coastal Walk from Porto to Santiago Compostela – Part 6

February had been particularly dry and quite mild here in Portugal and it was exactly this sort of weather that we faced on February 26th for the 6th sector of our walk – Oia to Baiona in Spain. Once again our … Continue reading

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Talking About Doors

Doors, doors, doors – they’re all around us and I am totally fascinated by them! Throughout Portugal driving through any city, town, village or country area, there will always be an interesting door to see.  The astounding array of them embellishing the old monuments, … Continue reading

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