Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, located on several hills and washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The magnificent castle of St. George offers a memorable view of the buildings of pastel colors in the old city, the mouth of the Tagus River and the suspension bridge April 25th. The exposition of the […]
Gibraltar is a British overseas territory at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula. 426 meters high limestone rock rises above its residential quarters. Gibraltar was settled by the Moors in the Middle Ages, then conquered by the Spaniards, and in 1713 transferred to Britain. Ancient fortifications have been preserved on its territory, including the […]
Fatima is one of the most important catholic sanctuaries in the world, visited by 5 million people every year, and located in about 4h drive from Algarve. In the place where Virgin Mary appeared to the three little children, a devoted sanctuary was built, and today stands the third biggest catholic church in the world.
Lagos is a city in southern Portugal, in the Algarve region. It is known for the fortress walls of the Old City, cliffs and beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. A wooden staircase leads down to the sandy bay of Camilo. The nearby cliffs and the Ponta da Piedade lighthouse offer scenic views of the surroundings. […]