SILVER COAST

 

The Silver Coast stretches during the Littoral, between Lisbon and Porto, and is known as one of the most interesting areas of growth presently.
This region is characterized by its diversity: beautiful rocky shores with golden beaches, varied nature and picturesque villages. There are also many rivers and streams that provide lush vegetation.
Today, in this region, more than 10 new golf courses are laid out ... a paradise for golf!
The area is rich in medieval towns like the famous attraction of Óbidos and fishing villages such as Peniche.
It is the most western city in Europe and famous for its waves for surfing, as well its historical monuments.


 

SILVER COAST

 

The Silver Coast stretches during the Littoral, between Lisbon and Porto, and is known as one of the most interesting areas of growth presently.
This region is characterized by its diversity: beautiful rocky shores with golden beaches, varied nature and picturesque villages. There are also many rivers and streams that provide lush vegetation.
Today, in this region, more than 10 new golf courses are laid out ... a paradise for golf!
The area is rich in medieval towns like the famous attraction of Óbidos and fishing villages such as Peniche.
It is the most western city in Europe and famous for its waves for surfing, as well its historical monuments.


 

SILVER COAST

 

The Silver Coast stretches during the Littoral, between Lisbon and Porto, and is known as one of the most interesting areas of growth presently.
This region is characterized by its diversity: beautiful rocky shores with golden beaches, varied nature and picturesque villages. There are also many rivers and streams that provide lush vegetation.
Today, in this region, more than 10 new golf courses are laid out ... a paradise for golf!
The area is rich in medieval towns like the famous attraction of Óbidos and fishing villages such as Peniche.
It is the most western city in Europe and famous for its waves for surfing, as well its historical monuments.


 

ALGARVE

 

In the extreme south of Portugal, the Algarve is the most tourist region in Portugal and was the first tourist destination for holidays and expatriates.
This region has the largest number of hours of daily sunlight in Europe and thus sought for foreigners not only for sightseeing or vacation but also for second home as a haven for European winters.
With its excellent infrastructure like highways and an international airport, it is easy to travel to or from any national or international areas. In the Algarve, there are “luxury resorts” and the beautiful beaches and golf short, its brand image.
 

CASCAIS AND SINTRA COAST

Cascais and Estoril, the coastline stretching about 20km north of Lisbon, became one of the most cosmopolitan and touristic places of Portugal. 
These picturesque bays were frequented by Royalty and therefore have stately mansions that were built by Noble families.
Cascais was formerly a small fishing village that has become a place of international vacation. It has preserved its original charm with its beautiful beaches, marinas and hotels. It is now one of the most historic villages in Portugal.
The area offers several golf courses and is considered one of the most sought after areas in the country.

 

LISBON

Crossed by the Tagus river, Lisbon is called the ‘City of Light’, the capital of Portugal and has over 900 years of history and diverse cultural influences. Built on seven hills, Lisbon has an area where you can breathe the history and also where you can connect with sense of modern environment.
The city is seductive to all senses in its viewpoints, both in Nobel and Modern architecture, sounds of the carris on cobble stones, smell of the sea and delightful palette of the tasty regional foods and wines. 
Lisbon is colorful and offers majestic monuments, beaches, green fields and a wide range of golf courses nearby.
If you feel like a drink, there’s a large offer of bars. You’ll find fun every single night. There is so much for tourists to do and see.
Due to European investment infrastructure, Lisbon has a very efficient public transport network, making it easy and affordable to visit.


 

CASCAIS AND SINTRA COAST

Cascais and Estoril, the coastline stretching about 20km north of Lisbon, became one of the most cosmopolitan and touristic places of Portugal. 
These picturesque bays were frequented by Royalty and therefore have stately mansions that were built by Noble families.
Cascais was formerly a small fishing village that has become a place of international vacation. It has preserved its original charm with its beautiful beaches, marinas and hotels. It is now one of the most historic villages in Portugal.
The area offers several golf courses and is considered one of the most sought after areas in the country.

 

LISBON

Crossed by the Tagus river, Lisbon is called the ‘City of Light’, the capital of Portugal and has over 900 years of history and diverse cultural influences. Built on seven hills, Lisbon has an area where you can breathe the history and also where you can connect with sense of modern environment.
The city is seductive to all senses in its viewpoints, both in Nobel and Modern architecture, sounds of the carris on cobble stones, smell of the sea and delightful palette of the tasty regional foods and wines. 
Lisbon is colorful and offers majestic monuments, beaches, green fields and a wide range of golf courses nearby.
If you feel like a drink, there’s a large offer of bars. You’ll find fun every single night. There is so much for tourists to do and see.
Due to European investment infrastructure, Lisbon has a very efficient public transport network, making it easy and affordable to visit.


 

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