Stretching from the city of Porto, known for its production of fortified port wine, all the way to the border of northwestern Spain, northern Portugal’s deep green landscape is dotted with vineyards, mountains and medieval castles. Whether you’re visiting palaces in Guimarães or taking shelter from the rain within the cathedrals of Braga, the mostly rural region is a wonderland of fascinating architecture, rich food and natural resources begging to be explored.
Active and outdoors: Tree Climbing in Pedras Salgadas
Combine daring adventure and breathtaking natural beauty on the Pedras Salgadas National Park tree climbing course.
Portuguese Food, Wine and Aristocracy
Today you will be treated to a fabulously well-rounded taste of all things Portuguese, from flamboyant architecture, family heirlooms and stunning churches, to our very best food and wine.