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Portuguese Wine Regions: Point of Interest Map
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Portuguese Wine Regions

Cities to Explore

Porto, `the Invincible City,` is a hub for shopping, music, art, entertainment, and culture for the north of the country.

Base yourself in Sintra, or better yet combine Lisbon and Sintra, to explore the Colares wine region situated in the Sintra-Cascais natural park. Vines here grow directly upon the sandy coast, which looks strange but yields otherworldly results.
Wine Regions
Douro Valley
The Douro Valley could as easily be called the enchanted valley, such is the beauty and magic that its landscapes offer. The quintas are the wine-producing farms where world-famous Port wine is produced on improbably steep terraces.
Madeira Island
After Port wines, the rich and fortified Madeira wine is the next famous Portuguese wine. It ranges from sweet to dry, each one as delicious as the next, thanks to a one-of-a-kind process. Add in lush vegetation, sunny beaches, and dramatic cliffs, what more could you want?
Minho Province
Vinho verde is a young, lightly fizzy and refreshing wine, grown in the Minho province - where Guimaraes dominates Portuguese history. and Braga offers panoramic views over the countryside.
Dao Wine Region
If you haven`t heard of the Dao region, that just means there are more hidden (wine) gems to discover. Situated in the Beira Alta region, the rich and structured wines here come from the `Queen` of the grapes, the Touriga Nacional.
The Alentejo
The calm and historic Alentejo region is marked by cork oaks, olive trees, and vineyards among its rolling hills. Here and there a town pops up standing proudly along roads winding beyond castles and convents.
Costa Verde
Named for its fragrant pine forests and dazzling fields of emerald green, the Costa Verde is known for its port wine, its UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and for its beach resort towns.
More to Explore

Just 50 miles from Paris, the emblematic Champagne winemaking region, home to posh producers such as Moet and Chandon, is famous for its sparkling white wines. Often imitated, but never duplicated, the Champagne area is the real deal for wine lovers.

The fertile triangle formed between Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlucar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa María are marked by extraordinary beauty and exceptional wines. Come for the wine, the sunny beaches, and the famous Dancing Horses!

At home between Florence, Siena and Arezzo, the hills and small stone villages of the Chianti wine region feature sprawling vineyards and olive groves. From its Etruscan beginnings through today, the ancient region has always been rich and bountiful.
Experiences and Adventures
Eco Friendly Portugal
Portugal`s Azores Islands are famous for their fierce environmental protections. After all, these beautiful and charming lands have stood largely free of tourists throughout time, and it shows in the primarily undisturbed lava fields, hot springs, and waterfalls.
City and Beach Holidays in Portugal
Portugal`s major cities have a lot to offer, but don`t shy away from its famous coastlines and welcoming islands. Make some time for a fun-in-the-sun getaway, from the Costa Verde to the Azores!
Iconic Portuguese Self Drives
Portugal has so many iconic sights, you might want a car to explore everything - from the major highways connecting large cities to the small, two-lane roads that traverse the countryside. Enjoy your trip and have fun experiencing scenic Portugal!
Cities in Portugal
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Portugal and Beyond
WHY NORTH PORTUGAL?

Portugal is well regarded worldwide for its wines! From the warm beaches of the Costa Verde inland to the Douro River Valley and historic Beira Alta, down through Lisbon and across the sea to Madeira Island - there is enough activity, history, and wine to keep all travelers delighted. With 13 total distinct wine districts crisscrossing the country, there is something here for everyone!

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Discover the Alentejo (Self Drive)
7 nights from $721*
Lisbon and Madeira Island by Air
6 nights from $1,127*
Porto - Madeira Island - Lisbon by Air
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Lisbon - Porto and The Douro Valley
8 nights from $1,403*
Lisbon and the Sunny Alentejo Golden Plains (Self Drive)
7 nights from $1,019*
Porto and the Costa Verde (Self Drive)
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Lisbon - Obidos - Guimares - Porto (Self Drive)
8 nights from $1,033*
Lisbon - Braga - Porto by Train
8 nights from $1,026*
The Charming North East Alentejo (Self Drive)
6 nights from $836*
Lisbon - Cascais - Sintra (Self Drive)
7 nights from $907*
Lisbon - Faro and Madeira Island
9 nights from $1,319*
Porto - Braga - Lisbon by Train
8 nights from $1,392*

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