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Cities in Lisboa Region region

Lisbon

Lisbon

Heart of the City's "Baixa" and "Lower City", an area where the São Jorge Castle and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Maior. The oldest district of the city is Alfama, close to the river Tejo. Other important monuments: Jerónimos Monastery, Belém Tower, etc.. "Jerónimos Monastery" and "Tower of Belem" in Lisbon in 1983, were included on the UNESCO world cultural heritage list. The most important industries are active in Lisbon to steel, textile, ceramics, shipbuilding and fishing. At the end of XIX th century urbanization was extended not only in the area near the river Tejo, and the outside (now Avenue of Freedom).


Costa de Caparica

Costa de Caparica

Costa de Caparica is a Portuguese city, located in the municipality of Almada along the west coast of the Setúbal district. In 2011 the population was 13,418 inhabitants, with an area of 10.18 km². Since December 2004, Costa de Caparica has been designated a city in Portugal's urban hierarchy.


Setubal

Setubal

Setubal is located approximately 40 kilometers south of Lisbon and is one of the most important ports in Portugal. Setubal is an ancient settlement whose origins float in an air of legend.


Praia Grande Sintra

Praia Grande Sintra

Just as its name suggests, this is a grand and large beach and is a particular favourite among surfers and bodyboarders and has become a regular host of championship events in these sports. At the extreme north of Praia Grande is one of the largest saltwater swimming pools in Europe at over 100 metres in length and owned by the Hotel das Arribas. And, as an additional attraction, pay a visit to the dinosaur fossils to be found on the Beach's south cliff with one bed containing an easily identifiable sequence of eleven dinosaur footsteps.


Oeiras

Oeiras

Oeiras is one of the most developed and important economic centers in Portugal and Europe. City by the coast that is part of the urban sprawl of Lisbon, located 16 km from the capital and being the fifth most densely populated city in Portugal.


Obidos

Obidos

The medieval village of Óbidos, in the Leiria area, is especially famous for its spectacular Arabian castle, one of Portugal’s 7 wonders and its ring of medieval walls. If you have the chance to visit Óbidos, the best thing is to enter the fortified city through the Santa Maria Gate to truly appreciate the impressive range of 18th century azulejo tiles. Once inside, be prepared to walk and be amazed by the bright white facades and the smell full of bougainvillea. Don't forget to visit São Martinho Chapel, Santa Maria Parish Church and Senhor da Pedra Church.


Sesimbra

Sesimbra

Sesimbra is one of the finest beach resorts in Portugal. The town is adored by the Portuguese who flock to the region for their holidays, drawn by the pristine coastline, social atmosphere and freshly cooked seafood. Aside from the beautiful beaches and delicious food, there is a lot to do within the Sesimbra region. There are hiking/cycling trails through the Serra da Arrabida, surfing on the Costa da Caparica, kayak or boat tours along the dramatic coastline and some of the best diving in Portugal. As for day trips, there is the Cabo Espichel headland, the busy port of Setubal or the paradise beaches of the Tróia Peninsula. These varied tourist attractions and activities also make Sesimbra an enjoyable day trip from Lisbon, which is only 45 minutes away by bus. Sesimbra is a fantastic destination if you are seeking an authentic Portuguese holiday, which combines wonderful beaches with a wide host of sights and activities.


Sintra

Sintra

Sintra is a town in the municipality of Sintra, Portugal, located in the subregion Great Lisbon Lisbon region. The city is framed arihitecturii UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its romantic 19th century style. Sintra has a population of 33,000 inhabitants according to the latest census. The settlement became a major tourist attraction with many day trips made by people who came here in Lisbon. Local attractions include Castle dos Mouros Pena Palace, built in the 8th or 9th century and rebuilt in the 19th century, offering a breathtaking view of what the t-Sintra-Cascais Natural Park and the National Palace of Sintra, located in the city, is the former residence summer kings of Portugal.


Torres Vedras

Torres Vedras

The small city of Torres Vedras is situated about an hour north of Lisbon and a few kilometres inland. Although not immediately bursting with character there are a few sights worth seeing, many of which are concentrated in the jumble of cobbled streets that run down from the castle. This is also a town with a long and rich history.


Palmela

Palmela

Palmela is a traditional Portuguese town that is situated high in the hills of the Serra da Arrabida. From this commanding position stands the Castelo de Palmela, a mighty fortification as well as the historic religious centre for the Order of Santiago. Below the castle, cobbled streets meander down the steep hill, through the charming historic centre of Palmela.


Almada

Almada

Almada is a city and a municipality in Portugal, located on the southern margin of the Tagus River, on the opposite side of the river from Lisbon. The two cities are connected by the 25 de Abril Bridge.


Queluz

Queluz

Queluz is a city within the Sintra Municipality, on the Portuguese Riviera, in the Lisbon metropolitan area of Portugal. It is famed as the home of Queluz National Palace, the 18th century pleasure palace of the Portuguese Royal Family, as well as notable institutions like the Portuguese School of Equestrian Art.


Montijo

Montijo

On the left bank of the Tagus, the town of Montijo is minutes from Lisbon, but with a character that will make the capital feel a lifetime away. Few tourists make it to Montijo; it’s just a placid, village-like community with bars where you can get a bico for 50 cents. There’s a charming old church in the centre, and as the town’s old industry’s have disappeared they’ve been replaced by museums that show how people made a living from the water and land. Lisbon remains just a few minutes across the river, either via the record-breaking Vasco da Gama bridge or the ferry service, for a sightseeing voyage you won’t soon forget.


Bombarral

Bombarral

Bombarral is situated in a privileged geographic region in the extreme southern part of the District of Leiria, in the centre of Western Tourist Region (Portuguese: Região de Turismo do Oeste), 75 kilometres from Lisbon and 20 kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean. The municipality is limited to the north by the municipalities of Óbidos, to the northeast by Caldas da Rainha, southeast by Cadaval and west by Lourinhã. Bombarral is situated on an alluvial plain that is fertile, with a gentle topography of lowlands.


Amadora

Amadora

Amadora is a municipality and urbanized city in the northwest of the Lisbon metropolitan area and 10 km from central Lisbon. The population in 2011 was 175,136, in an area of 23.78 km² (9.2 sq mi). It is the most densely populated municipality in Portugal.





Colares

Colares

Colares is a civil parish along the coast of the municipality of Sintra. The civil parish is located on the western coast of Portugal, and marked by Europe's extreme western extent: Cabo da Roca. Its contains the settlements Almoçageme, Atalaia, Azenhas do Mar, Azóia, Colares, Eugaria, Gigarós, Mucifal, Penedo, Praia das Maçãs and Ulgueira.





Vimeiro

Vimeiro

Vimeiro is a freguesia (civil parish) in the municipality of Lourinhã in west-central Portugal. It is in the District of Lisboa. The population in 2011 was 1,470, in an area of 7.08 km². Vimeiro was the site of the 1808 Battle of Vimeiro, where British forces under the Duke of Wellington defeated the French, ending the first French invasion of Portugal. A monument was dedicated in Vimeiro on August 21, 1908, the 100th anniversary of the battle, by Manuel II of Portugal.


Cities in Algarve Region region

Albufeira

Albufeira

Albufeira is a town in Portugal, the center of the municipality with the same name. It is an important tourist destination due to its location in the coastal area. The city has a population of 13,646 inhabitants and is situated 250 km from Lisbon and is close to Castle Paderne. Albufeira is one of the main tourist resorts in the area with facilities including a yacht marina, coves and numerous hotels, restaurants and bars to the annual inflow of tourists. The city became a tourist center in the '60s and since then has grown on the surrounding hills, today reaching an accommodation capacity have enough to wait for the 5 million tourists here every year.


Lagos

Lagos

Lagos is a town and a municipality located at the mouth of the river and stretches along Bensafrim Atlantic Ocean coastline in the Algarve region. Approximate Town in Lagos has a population 19,000 inhabitants and is a historic tourist town and Portugal. Most of the population lives along the coastline and working in tourism and services. Inner region is relatively sparsely populated, most people working in agriculture and forestry. Lagos is one of the most visited cities in the Algarve region of Portugal and, thanks to a wide variety of beaches, bars, clubs, restaurants and hotels.


Portimao

Portimao

Portimao is a Portuguese city located in the district of Faro, Algarve region of Portugal's southern coast, which was formerly known as Vila Nova de Portimão. He was appointed to the city title in 1924 and has since become known as Portimao. The city has a population of 41,000 inhabitants and with Faro, are the most populated cities in the Algarve region.


Quarteira

Quarteira

Quarteira, the location, date back to Roman times when King Dinis granted the privilege location in 1297 and in 1999 received the status of the city of Quarteira. From a simple fishing village, Quarteira has become one of the most important tourist centers of the Algarve, is a resort famous for its golden sandy beaches, cliff to his fish and palm trees.


Armacao De Pera

Armacao De Pera

Armação de Pêra is a Portuguese parish in the municipality of Silves. He earned his name from the fishing instrument (the weapon) was taken care of to catch the tuna fish.


Algarve Area

Algarve Area

Earth called the eternal spring, the Algarve is a favorite destination of tourists to the beaches clean, unpolluted waters and pleasant climate all year round. Algarve is located in southern Portugal and includes the head of Cabo de Sao Vicente to the Spanish border, about 200 km from shore. The area is attractive to people who do not love the mass tourism resorts and chic with tourists prefer more selective.


Praia Da Rocha

Praia Da Rocha

Praia da Rocha beach - the cliffs - is a seaside resort built especially for tourists, near Portimao in southern Portugal. Being new, Praia da Rocha resort has all the tourist facilities, but lacks the specific atmosphere of the Algarve resorts. We can say that the beauty of the beach but u compensates in everything - the 2 km of sandy beach are dotted with spectacular gigantic rocks, forming small isolated coves. In Praia da Rocha you will find three golf courses, several Irish bars, karaoke clubs, plenty of restaurants and even a casino. There are regular bus, to the water park located 15 minutes away.


Alvor

Alvor

Alvor is a city in the Algarve region, Portugal. Tourism is very developed in this area, met here due to hot climate. With all that has developed over time, managed to keep unchanged Alvor narrow streets give the city's charm. Many of these streets now house bars and clubs with live music and different types of restaurants.


Monte Gordo

Monte Gordo

Monte Gordo is a big city, equipped with wide streets spectacular. The tall buildings of apartments and hotels are characteristic features in the landscape but they do not change the perception of the city because it is very high and very tight. The main road in Monte Gordo, separate from the rest of the town beach and promenade. On the city side of the road are lined several shops, cafes, bars and restaurants and is located on the opposite side alley with benches and palm trees and golden sand beach in front of it defasoara. The beach is equipped with numerous bars, restaurants and chiscuri serving various needs of tourists.


Ferragudo

Ferragudo

The attractive fishing village of Ferragudo has done a good job of avoiding the wholesale development that has affected much of this part of the Algarve. This is even more impressive considering its location at the mouth of the Rio Arade estuary, right across the water from the tourist hotspots of Portimão and Praia da Rocha. It is something of a wonder how the village has retained much of its traditional charm given its sprawling neighbours and prime location. To describe it has a hidden gem may be going too far, but as it hovers on the edge of the tourist radar it remains largely unspoilt.


PRAIA DA LUZ

PRAIA DA LUZ

Praia da Luz is a small and personable resort town situated on the stunning western Algarve coastline. Luz sits around a glorious sandy bay, and combines a wonderful climate, delicious food and a welcoming ambience, to create the perfect destination for a relaxing beach-based holiday. Praia da Luz was originally a fishing village, being sheltered from the Atlantic’s ferocity by the towering, Rocha Negra basalt headland. Today, tourism has replaced fishing, but fortunately this transformation has not lessened the charm of Luz. The sprawling tourist developments that extend up the hills are stylish and in-keeping, while the restaurants remain family owned and specialise in delicious regional dishes. For a holiday, Praia da Luz has a welcoming and family friendly atmosphere, and offers a surprisingly wide section of restaurants, cafes and beach bars. Luz may be quiet and peaceful, but it is only 5km to the major city of Lagos with its extensive shopping, historic centre and buzzing nightlife.


Olhos De Agua

Olhos De Agua

Olhos de Agua is a delightful Portuguese fishing town that is situated in the heart of the beautiful Algarve. This peaceful town is centred around a sandy cove, where fishing boats are moored on the golden sands and old fishermen tend their nets in huts that line the shore. Olhos de Agua has not entirely escaped the boom of tourism and encircling the town are numerous mega-hotel complexes but central Olhos de Agua still manages to retain its personable and welcoming charm. The atmosphere and low-key ambience is why so many tourists return yearly and makes the town fantastic for families or those wishing a relaxing beach-based holiday. For a holiday, Olhos de Agua offers outstanding beaches, and a wide variety of restaurants and bars, while basking under the glorious climate of the Algarve. Olhos de Agua is the ideal destination if you are seeking a calm and relaxed holiday but still wish to be close to the buzz of large resort towns; Albufeira is only 4km away and Vilamoura is 14km to the east.


Manta Rota

Manta Rota

Manta Rota is a small seaside resort west of both Monte Gordo and the border town of Vila Real de Santo Antonio. The pretty sandy beaches at Manta Rota form part of the larger Parque Natural da Ria Formosa.


Burgau

Burgau

Situated on the coast between Lagos and Sagres is the fishing village of Burgau. Like much of the western Algarve the little fishing village was largely undiscovered by the tourism industry until relatively recently meaning it has largely escaped the unsympathetic development which blights much of the central coast. The village has somewhat spread out from the old centre but the new holiday accommodation is mostly low rise and inoffensive, if a little lacking in charm.


Salema

Salema

The perfect year-round holiday destination, Salema is a characterful small, sleepy fishing village with a beautiful sandy beach on the sunny south coast of Portugal. We hope that holidays in Salema are calm, where you’ll find the pace of life slowing down as you relax into your sunny holiday at whatever the time of year. In Salema, friendly locals and holidaymakers mix happily, whilst the fishermen bringing in their catch each morning are all-but celebrities! One of the best things about any day in Salema is watching the fishing boats come and go and the tractor dragging them to and from the seashore. Salema, in the Costa Vicentina National Park, is a place to simply wander, unwind and enjoy the cafés, a place to let time drift slowly away. Salema is laidback. Salema is quiet and peaceful. Salema is a wonderful place to enjoy a luxury villa holiday all year round.


Vilamoura

Vilamoura

Vilamoura is a resort and port located in the municipality of Loulé, Algarve, near the towns of Quarteira, Loulé and Albufeira. Full cosmopolitan resort of Vilamoura is one that offers its guests all necessary facilittaile a relaxing summer vacation. The port area is the main activity center of the resort, there being placed at several restaurants, bars and shops.


Carvoeiro

Carvoeiro

Known or Praia de Carvoeiro Carvoeiro (although the latter is not a formal name) is the parish of the Portuguese municipality of Lagoa, belonging to the Algarve region. The settlement is situated 5 km from Lagoa, with an area of 14.12 square kilometers and a total of 2784 inhabitants. To create secondary local government unit in 1985 and gained city status in April 2001.


Tavira

Tavira

Tavira is a beautiful and elegant city in Portugal, with many surreal aspects. Visitors can be forgiven for forgetting where they are or even what year are when the fish come into this city of the Algarve. Between 8 and 13 centuries, Tavira was under Arab leadership until it was conquered by the Knights Santiago in 1242.


Cities in Madeira region

Funchal Madeira

Funchal Madeira

Funchal is the capital of Madeira, Portugal. It was founded by João Gonçalves Zarco in 1421 and elevated to city by King Manuel I of Portugal in 1508. In the sixteenth century, Funchal has been an important transit point between India and New World, and was considered to be a place of wholeness. It was also the origin of sugar and Madeira wine. Between 1892 and 1905, Portugal has issued a series of postage stamps with the inscription "Funchal", but returned to the name of Madeira.


Madeira All Locations

Madeira All Locations

Madeira (Madeira Portuguese, meaning wood) is a group of Portuguese islands in the North Atlantic. Consisting of two inhabited islands (Madeira and Porto Santo) and three uninhabited islands, forming together with Selvagens Ilhas (Islands Wild) Autonomous Region with its capital in Funchal Madeira. The archipelago is located about 580 km from the African coast and 860 km from Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Madeira constitutuie an outermost region of the European Union.



Canico

Canico

Caniço is a civil parish in the municipality of Santa Cruz, Madeira Islands. The settlement was elevated to city status in 2005. The city population at last census was 11,586 inhabitants, with a density of 965.5 inhabitants per square km and an area of 23 km patrati.Caniço is connected to urban expansion and Funchal's like Calheta, it is higher than the city municipality of residence. Funchal city is in the west, 6 km from Caniço. The settlement is surrounded by two rivers, one shorter and one longer west to the east. The main industry is agriculture and some business that takes place here.


Cities in Cascais region

Estoril

Estoril

Estoril is a seaside resort town and a parish of the Portuguese municipality of Cascais. Estoril coast area is appropriated from Lisbon, the capital. Start at the Carcavelos area, 15 km from Lisbon and stretches up to Guincho, often known as the Estoril Coast, Sintra and Lisbon Coast. The old city was composed of several districts along the coast, called East to West: São Pedro do Estoril, São João do Estoril, Estoril and Monte Santo António do Estoril, along with several other neighborhoods inland. The two large springs that represent what are Estoril and Cascais Estoril Coast.


Cascais

Cascais

Cascais is a coastal city located in the municipality of Cascais, 30 km west of Lisbon, with about 35,000 residents. It is a cosmopolitan suburb of the capital of Portugal and one of the richest municipalities in this country. The former fishing village gained fame as a resort for the Portuguese royal family, the late 19th and early 20th century. Nowadays, Cascais is a popular vacation center, both for Portuguese tourists and foreign tourists. It is located on the Estoril coast (named after the village with the same name), called the Great Lisbon subregion.


Cities in Porto Region region

Porto Oporto

Porto Oporto

Porto (Portuguese: Porto, population 263,000, with 1,200,000 in the metropolitan area) is the second city in size and importance in Portugal. It is located in the north, north of the Douro River, near the Atlantic coast. Country and Port Wine (Portuguese: vinho do Porto) and took their name from the city of Porto. Porto's residents have told owe, the name which is in use today.


Cities in Norte Region region

Barcelos

Barcelos

Barcelos is a Portuguese city in the district of Braga. Barcelos is a cute medieval city with a strong cultural identity. It comes from artisan traditions such as the pottery - the ornamental coconut - which has become an emblem for Portugal.


Cities in Centro Region region

Fatima

Fatima

Fatima is a town in Portugal famous for sightings of religious figures reported here in 1917. The city has a population of 7756 inhabitants and is located in the municipality Ourém, Centro region, Medio Tejo subregion. It is located in the district of Santarem and Leiriei included in urban agglomeration in central Portugal 187 km south of Porto and 123 km north of Lisbon.


Coimbra

Coimbra

Coimbra is a university town and a district in Portugal. The city of Coimbra is located 120 km south of Porto and 190 km north of Lisbon on the A1, the highest highway in Portugal. It crosses the Mondego River, 40 km east of Figueira da Foz. The first capital of Portugal in the twelfth century and the thirteenth century, the city of Coimbra has a population of more than 150,000 in city and 300,000 in the metropolitan area. It is the third most important city in Portugal (after Lisbon and Porto) and the central part of the country's capital. Coimbra City Day is celebrated on July 4.


Cities in Azores region

Ponta Delgada

Ponta Delgada

Ponta Delgada is a port on the island of São Miguel in the Azores (a possession of Portugal). I have a population of approx. 20,000 inhabitants. Here it is possible to be the seat of executive governance in the Azores Autonomous Region. Ponta Delgada is the largest and most populated in the archipelago.


Cities in Alentejo region

Evora

Evora

Evora is one of the finest and most charming cities in Portugal. It's a real open air museum with a large number of preserved monuments and public buildings, what they did to protect the UNESCO city, surrounding a World Cultural Heritage. Everyone was after he left the town Evora. The Celts were the ones who called the settlement "Ebora" and the Romans have left here the most important landmark, the Temple of Diana. Dating from the 2nd century, the Temple of Diana is one of the best preserved Roman monuments of the Iberian peninsula, built on a stone platform three feet high, with 14 of the 18 original Corinthian columns still standing.


Cities in Minho region

Braga

Braga

Braga is a city and municipality in northwestern Portugal in the province of Minho, Braga district capital and one of the largest and oldest cities. He is Cávado River Valley. The city is distinguished by a large number of markets and churches. As a religious and theological center of the leading Roman Catholic Church and the Archbishop Primate of Portugal head earned the nickname "City of the archbishops' and 'Rome of Portugal'. In time the area became an important industrial and technological center. As the number of inhabitants - 175 073, is the fifth city of Braga in Portugal, after Lisbon, Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia Amadora.