Aveiro, known as the ‘Venice of Portugal’, is located in the ‘Baixo-Vouga’ region, in the North of Portugal.
Here you can find a very rich and varied landscape, characterized by a long sandy coastline, a pretty estuary and several parks and gardens. Get to know our suggestions:
Aveiro, with its moliceiros like gondolas, natural ponds, elegant architecture, history and culture will awaken your senses!
At Barra beach you will find the oldest lighthouse of Portugal and at Costa Nova beach you can visit the typical houses with colored stripes.
In this museum you'll have the opportunity to see how they create wonderful pieces of porcelain and contemplate the brand's first pieces.
The exploitation of salt in Aveiro is a pretty old activity, but it remains until the present.
In Aveiro there are numerous buildings where you can see the 'Art Nouveau' style like ‘Casa dos Ovos Moles’ and ‘Museu da República’.
The essence of Aveiro allows you to enjoy the most varied experiences, either in the river, at sea, in the countryside or in the city!
One of the specialties from and major symbol of the city.
Where you can practice surfing, body boarding, paddle surf, or just enjoy the atmosphere and the sea breeze.
The 'Ria de Aveiro' has excellent conditions for this activity.
Enjoy an unforgettable boat trip through the city’s canals on a typical local boat, the ‘Moliceiro’.
For the lovers of good food, in Aveiro you’ll find traditional meat or fish dishes as well as delicious regional desserts.
While you are walking through the city, choose one of the traditional cafes and taste the delicious ‘Ovos Moles’, a specialty pastry from this region.
Eels are one of the major symbols of the region.
Usually served as an appetizer, are one of the most popular snacks in the region.
Typical of the 'Beira Litoral' region, is considered one of the most remarkable baked of the Portuguese cuisine.
Near Aveiro, also in central Portugal you’l find unique places worthy of your visit!
With its stunning valleys and mountains in summer, embellished by the river beaches as well as in winter, covered with snow.
City of the students! Known for its unique beauty, the history, the oldest university in the Country and the Fado!
World Heritage Site. It's the jewel of the crown of the Centre of Portugal. Medieval city and with a profound historical significance.
A World Heritage site, with one of the most fantastic landscapes spectacularly transformed by Man.
City of a unique character, full of history and culture combined with the hospitality of its people and magnificent landscapes!
An intensely religious city, a World Heritage site and an object of pilgrimage, Santiago de Compostela is a unique place in the World.
A National Park with an admirable nature and astonishing beauty, Gerês is a unique destination in Portugal.