Did you ever feel like getting lost? Like really getting lost, loosing your way on a trip in paradise, who knows where it could end!
Central Portugal, an undiscovered, lush paradise of much diversity
In Central Portugal you will find yourself traveling on winding streets through nature and historical towns. Traveling up and down hills and mountains where each view provides a new surprise.
Surrounded by rivers, waterfalls, castles, monasteries and rural history in locations where tourists seldom dwell. Nothing will stop you on this exiting journey but an occasional shepherd herding goats.
This area provides deserted inland beaches, lakes, rivers and rocky streams. mountain ridges and hilly landscapes. It has wildlife, abundant natural beauty, fruits and flowers all year round. There is much opportunity for adventure and tranquility but luxury is certainly a modern much emphasized characteristic of this area making it more and more suitable for retreats of any sort.
Though it has all the aspects of a remote location it is close to Lisbon and has great infra structures making it an easy destination even for short stays,
Central Portugal is home to most of Portugal’s UNESCO world heritage monuments
An area of real rural heritage and natural magnificence. Nature, views, traditions, history, peace and tranquility are just some of the things you will experience here.
Central Portugal remains an undiscovered area but its thanks to its beauty, natural and human heritage.
Its climate is diverse and its leisure opportunity vast. It is an area which deserves so much more attention.
Central Portugal, the most fertile area of Portugal
You will find villages, almost abandoned with remains of busy, active pasts.
In the summer the harvests will amaze you, olives, grapes, fruits of all types. In the winter the abundance of flowers create a colorful painting. The lingering morning mists give way to the a warm and comforting sun. The rains freshens and cleans the landscapes.
What does Central Portugal offer tourist?
Central Portugal has become a place of much innovation in the last few years. Boutique hotels are opening their doors in many locations. Infra structure have been much improved and are now some of the best in Europe. Many people have created innovative ideas to bring life back to the villages and rural surroundings. Hiking, yoga retreats, spa hotels, adventurous sports and many possibilities for retreats are some of the things that make it so interesting. In its monumental towns many restaurants are redefining the Portuguese kitchen with modern innovation. But mostly you will find a relaxing, non rushed environment perfect for a holiday with friends and family to spend quality time with each other.
What does central Portugal offer corporate travelers?
Central Portugal starts just above Lisbon and many location are easily reached from the airport. Prices in Lisbon are catching up on Northern European prices at a fast rates and availability shrinking. Central Portugal is one of the cheapest areas in Portugal when you compare the price / quality balance.
Not rushed, the location is perfect for off-site events, team meetings, team buildings and conferences. Its large offer of 4 and 5 star hotels with capacity to host large groups and events is particularly attractive when it comes to the planning of any corporate occasion for large groups. Other accommodation types include recovered mansions, rural villages and farms providing rural tourism.
Central Portugal has an immense offer of exciting team building opportunities and trainings often run by foreigners or returning emigrants to apply knowledge and expertise in this unique surrounding.
When searching for a unique location, good price / quality comparisons, not far from Lisbon, balanced climate, unique friendliness and unspoiled surrounding than Central Portugal will surprise you.
Need hotels in Central Portugal?
We help you plan your corporate or group trip to Portugal, contact us 00351 918354714 or use the form below to receive possibilities. This service is free of charge.
Read other articles about central Portugal