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Portugal is located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. It is the westernmost country of mainland Europe. It is roughly 350 miles long and 117 miles wide. It has a temperate year-round temperature that is influenced by the Gulf Stream. It’s Atlantic position provides a much cooler climate in the north with a good amount of rainfall in the winter.
Portugal offers many attractions such as sub-tropical volcanic islands, lush green meadows and not to mention 528 miles of beautiful beaches. Rich in tradition and history, it is one of the oldest nations in Europe.
Portugal is an exotic locale filled with unique treasures, and rich culture and history. It’s truly a land worth visiting and experiencing first-hand. Perched on the western edge of the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal stands out among its neighbors as one of the oldest and yet most traditional and conservative European civilizations. Visitors can view 22,000 year-old Paleolithic art on the rock faces of Vale do Côa, and human occupation of this region dates 500,000 years back in time! The Celts settled here around 750 B.C. and were followed by Romans, Visigoths, and Greeks among others. The Moors enjoyed their infamous occupation from the 8th to the 13th Century and left their culture and ornate, whitewashed architecture as an eclectic signature on the Iberian Peninsula.
This hotel is situated next to Dom João II Hotel, near the picturesque village of Alvor and right on the beach front. Faro International Airport is only 1 hour drive from the hotel. All the 83 apartments, the 32 villas and the 2 restaurant areas have been completely renovated in 2000/2001. The public areas involve the reception lobby, the lounge, restaurants, sun terraces and gardens. A wide choice of activities (Algarve folk dances, Portuguese and fado live concerts, barbecue evenings, sport tournaments, horse riding, jeep safari, nautical center and others) will make your holidays simply unforgettable. The hotel enjoys an enviable position overlooking the splendid Alvor Beach which stretches several kilometers to the west towards the lively market town of Lagos.
Home to the 18-hole Sir Henry Cotton Championship Golf Course, this modern resort hotel is four kilometres from the beach. Air-conditioned guestrooms are decorated in Mediterranean colours and all include minibars, safes and satellite television. Guests can enjoy golf or tennis, workout at the gym, take a relaxing sauna or have a treatment at the hair and beauty salon.
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A compact city with plentiful golden sunshine and a reputation for cheap prices, Lisbon is more than just one of Europe’s most travel-friendly capitals. The city is also small enough for the determined traveler to tackle inside of 48 hours, although doing so might run afoul of the population’s relaxed ways and the sleepy atmosphere of what was once the center of the world’s greatest maritime empire. However, these are the qualities that give Lisbon its character, which is both energetic and deeply traditional at the same time, and make it a stellar destination for a weekend getaway.
Modern resort located just 100 metres from the beach, eight km from the famous San Lorenzo Golf Course, owned by the hotel. Air-conditioned guestrooms open onto balconies and are decorated in Mediterranean terracotta tones with dark wood furniture. Non-golfers can relax by the pool, play tennis or visit the beauty salon; children have their own pool and play village.
Constructed like a hillside village adjacent to the town of Lagos, the nine-building hotel includes gardens, archways, and terra-cotta tile paths and stairways. The design creates a small-hotel ambience in each building, heightened by many tucked-away, air-conditioned sitting areas with banquettes of either white leather or orange fabric. Two areas contain fireplaces for winter comfort.
Modern, centrally-located hotel looking out onto Faro marina and the Mediterranean Sea, beside the Ria Formosa nature reserve. Air-conditioned guestrooms have balconies and are furnished in a simple, modern style; all include cable TV and minibars. Guests can take a dip in the swimming pool with swim-up bar, before dining in the restaurant overlooking the Ria Formosa.
Set in lush gardens, the modern hotel is located right on Santa Eulalia Beach, one kilometer from Albufeira city center. Guestrooms have bright, warm contemporary decor with balconies and panoramic views, all include cable TV and minibars. Well-equipped spa offers an extensive range of treatments, including hot stone massage and full body exfoliation.
A palm tree-lined drive way leads up to the glass doors of this terracotta and white hotel, where guests find a large atrium with a bed of tropical plants at its center and green plants spilling over balconies on each floor, complementing the mosaic floor, tiled and marble surfaces and large bright modern paintings. The sofas here, or beside the water feature on the floor below, provide a tranquil resting or meeting place for both leisure and corporate guests.
Located on a cliff top by Falesia beach, this white hotel has several wings stretching out into the landscaped gardens of pine trees, black and white mosaic stone pathways, and Moroccan-style wooden bridges over streams. From the reception to the golf course, the hotel has a Moorish influence with patios, fountains, wooden screens and signs in typical Portuguese azulejos (tiles). Guests enter into the main lobby to find a tiled floor, antique carved tables and chairs with tapestry upholstery, seating areas separated by wooden screens, a lobby lounge with an old fireplace, where leisure and corporate guests can cool off, take a break or have an intimate meeting.
Opened in June 2002, the hotel serves as a holiday destination for both families and couples from the U.S. and Europe. Spacious public areas and a sunbathing courtyard offer ample space for rest, while group activities (most varied in the summer season) entertain day and night.
In the Centro de Portugal, Coimbra is to be found contemplating itself, a vain city looking at its own reflection in the water of the River Mondego. A city of courtyards, steps and medieval arches, the bohemian Coimbra, inhabited by students, is sung about and feted by many poets. Step forth boldly onto the stone steps, shaped by centuries of use, and plunge deep into the history of the city, where the old cathedral (Sé Velha) stands impressively before all those making their way up to the centuries-old University on the top of the hill. Its most iconic feature, the Library, with its baroque architecture dating from the reign of Dom João V, reminds us of a chapel with its frescoes and carved and gilded woodwork.