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Domitur gives you reasons to come

An extensive list of entertainment activities and cultural attractions to choose from

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Portugal is an idyllic get away of sunshine and mild temperatures, where you may enjoy many different activities to spice up a holiday either for groups or individuals.

Portuguese do know how to make the most of their time… So, whatever activities you may want to encounter, there is always a warm welcome to fabulous meals, accompanied by superb wines and unforgettable stories waiting for you!
With DOMITUR TRAVEL’s help you are sure to have the best out of a long choice adapted to your wishes:

 

Exhilarating Activities

Family-friendly or more adrenaline filled experiences: the exciting water parks, trekking, biking, horseback-riding, Go karts, climbing, paintball, hot air ballooning, sailing, jet skiing, parasailing, waterskiing, canoeing, paddling, snorkeling and scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, cliff fishing and many more.

 

Environmental Discovery

Portugal has several official eco-protected Parks and Natural Reserves where numerous environmental paths can be enjoyed either through trekking, biking, birdwatching or even by boat. Benefit from a wide range of ecological tours which also include the traditional social activities of each region such as animal breeding, farming, salt extraction, shellfish farming, traditional fishing, dolphin, whale and marine species watching (education and awareness of the preservation of marine life also portrayed in theme parks).

 

Gourmet and Wine Experiences

Wine-growing and wine production in Portugal are traditions that go back several centuries, earning special mention due to the increasing notoriety of wine varieties with DOC designations (registered designation of origin), as well as liqueurs, spirits and sparkling wines – each one of them suitable to accompany the Portuguese land and sea gastronomy prepared with fresh local products in traditional cooking recipes. Either cooking classes, visits to local productions of cheese, sweets and fish preserves, visits to century old wine cellars where the traditional wine production is observed and experienced. Or else just a simple pleasure can solely begin at one of many street cafés with a “bica” and “pastel de nata” – undoubtedly part of Portugal’s culture…

 

Nightlife, Music and Tradition

Fado, Popular Saints Festivities, medieval fairs, folklore and nightspots can be found even in the smallest towns, whereas the larger cities will surprise you with some of the most sophisticated dancing clubs in Europe!