Clad in schist, there is a magical place in the mountains, at 1,334 metres above sea level. All roads lead to Serra do Açor, a treasure to protect and be amazed by.
It has been 20 years since Mirandês was recognized as an official language in Portugal. To mark the anniversary, Feed retrieves its origins, main challenges and achievements
Modern-day tourists are no longer satisfied with ticking another destination off the map, they crave new experiences and distinct challenges. So, tourism has been evolving in surprising directions. One of them points directly downwards.
Fewer and fewer people are able to enjoy a truly dark night because of increasing light pollution. Dark Sky Alqueva, in Portugal, was the world’s first reserve to be certified as a Starlight Tourism Destination. FEED spoke with the project’s mentor, Apolónia Rodrigues, and the astrophotographer Miguel Claro, to understand why a night spent under these dark skies is a lot more than just entertainment.
Lighthouses are majestic places that don’t belong to the ocean nor to the land. Even with the massification of the GPS and advanced technology used in boats, these magical guardians still shine.
What makes the Light of Lisbon so unique? Professor of Physics Ana Maria Eiró reveals some of the secrets behind the magnificent city lights.
Twice voted the best in the world on TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice, the Oceanário de Lisboa has just celebrated twenty years. As in 1998, its mission remains unchanged: to promote the ocean conservation. Its CEO, João Falcato, tells us about the importance of the blue literacy for younger generations and the challenges of ensuring that visitors continue to enjoy a unique experience.
Mira d’Aire, Smocza Jama and Cueva del Esplendor. Join us in a journey to some of the most famous caves in Portugal, Poland and Colombia.
Three Jerónimo Martins expats guide us through the spots – in Poland, Portugal and Colombia – they miss the most from their home countries.