Much of the countryside remains untarnished by human activity, which is great for the environment but there are big buts . . .
It really is quite an extraordinary place, and also very pink!
Celebrated across the country with everyone eating Bolo-Rei and the children wearing paper crowns.
There was a palpable sense of anticipation amongst the crowd as we watched the cakes brought out.
It is a Portuguese tradition to create nativity scenes – can you spot Mary and Joseph in this one?
A little bit of festive travel fun – you are very welcome to join us
Tavira, the best place to see wonderful hipped roofs, known locally as the ‘Telhados de Quatro Águas’.