Quite close to Lisbon you will find some trails along the sea coast that will give you the sensation of “I’m at the end of Europe” and, in fact you are walking towards the westernmost point of Europe mainland, the Cape Roca (38°46’49.59″N 9°29’56.19″W).
The Congost de Mont-rebei is the narrowest canyon of the river Noguera Ribagorzana, right in between the provinces of Huesca and Lleida, Spain.
In the river Bestança Valley, you can find both the lifestyle of 100 years ago but also quite interesting hotels, like the case of Hotel Porto Antigo or manor houses that are totally equipped to receive guests.
The Douro Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and walking along the river Douro is a unique experience.
At the visitors center of Ervamoira, José Ramos Pinto's wine farm, you will find a very interesting small museum with a good number of pieces related with the engravings and also with the farm's history,
A landscape can get stuck in your mind for many reasons not just because is astonishing. Sometimes you just don't know why but you keep remembering the picture you mentally took or maybe you did it with your camera as well.
Arrabida Natural Park, a special walk (part 4/4) – Portugal. Sesimbra is one of the jewels of this quadrant.
Arrabida Natural Park, a special walk (part 3/4) – Portugal
At the Formosinho hilltop.
We are at the summit of the Arrábida Hills. Is called Formosinho, has 501 m high and is the highest point of the Setúbal's District.