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Description Suitable for those travelling around Spain and Portugal, this map helps you explore the Moorish monuments of Andalucia, and Portugal's miles of Atlantic coastline. It is printed on waterproof and rip-... more

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Description "The Rough Guide Map of Portugal" is the essential map to one of Europe's most beguiling countries. The map is the ideal companion for those travelling around Portugal, from the national parks north o... more

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AdvantagesA land that hasn't changed for centuries

DisadvantagesMay be too hot for some and too lonely

...The wide expanse of Portugal that is the Alentejo covers about the third of the country and is the most thinly populated area. Often called, 'the bread oven of Portugal,' it is one of the hottest places I have ever been to. The heat at times is unbearable and the only word I can use to describe the heat is blistering. Yet the winters can be freezing and you will often see men and women walking...

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“Graceful Portugal”

published 17/07/2005

AdvantagesRelaxing, hot, beautiful scenery

Disadvantagesvery steep streets, mad drivers

...I went on my first holiday aboard in 20yrs last year, with my sister, her husband, and their family - to Portugal, we stayed in an apartment complex a few miles out of Lagos - We were only there for a week and had a day trip into Lagos - we caught the local bus, which was air conditioned, but was a bit rickerty, the journey took us about 40mins, through very narrow streets in places. At one...

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AdvantagesQuaint, traditional, great beaches, tasty fish

DisadvantagesGets very busy with visitors in summer

...one with their daily catch. Later on throughout the morning barbecues and wood stoves would be lit to cook the fish and the smell of olive oil, rock salt and pine and eucalyptus was and still is so evocative and one I have never forgotten. My friendship with Ferragudo was rekindled again when we actually moved over to Portugal to live. Every month a boot sale was held in the main square...

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