Explore Portugal's Diverse Offerings in 2024
In 2024, Visit Portugal invites you to embark on a journey that celebrates the country's rich tapestry of experiences. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast, a wine connoisseur, a remote worker seeking new horizons, or a family looking for a memorable vacation, Portugal has something special in store for you.
1. Outdoors and Nature
Portugal boasts an abundance of natural beauty, and 2024 is the year to embrace the great outdoors. From the rugged cliffs of the Algarve to the lush forests of Peneda-Gerês National Park in the Porto & North region, outdoor enthusiasts will find a paradise for hiking, biking, and adventure. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the pristine beaches and picturesque islands scattered along the Atlantic coast.
Foto rechts: Funchal, ©FranciscoCorreia, TurismoMadeira
2. Wine Tourism
For wine lovers, Portugal is a gem waiting to be explored. Some of the country's wine regions, such as the Douro Valley in the Porto & North region, and Alentejo, offer exquisite vineyard landscapes and world-class wines. Immerse yourself in the winemaking process, taste the finest vintages, and savor delectable cuisine at traditional wine estates.
3. Rural and Inland Destinations
Venture beyond the bustling cities to experience the charm of Portugal's rural and inland destinations. Explore historic villages, like Óbidos and Monsanto, where time seems to stand still. Engage with local traditions, sample authentic cuisine, and stay in charming countryside accommodations for an authentic Portuguese experience.
4. Remote Working
The world of work is changing, and Portugal is part of the remote working revolution. In 2024, you can combine business with pleasure in Portugal's vibrant cities or serene coastal towns. With excellent connectivity, co-working spaces, and a welcoming atmosphere, remote workers can strike the perfect work-life balance.
5. City and Short Breaks
Portugal's cities are a vibrant blend of history and modernity. In 2024, take a city break and explore Lisbon and Porto, or a short break in Faro, Algarve or Porto Santo, Madeira. Wander through centuries-old neighborhoods, savor delectable street food, and immerse yourself in the arts and culture scene. Portugal's cities are the perfect blend of tradition and innovation.
6. Family Vacations
Make unforgettable memories with your loved ones in Portugal. The country's family-friendly destinations offer a variety of experiences, from the excitement of theme parks in the Algarve to educational visits to historic sites like Sintra. Enjoy quality time together against a backdrop of stunning landscapes and warm hospitality.
Foto boven: Arrábida (Turismo de Lisboa)