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This ancient country with a rich tapestry of conquests has been a desirable destination to foreigners going back to prehistoric times! And it remains desirable: mountains, music, gastronomy, sea, sunshine.

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International Women in Portugal book readings

April 23, 2017 by Cascais Live Team on Cascais Live, Lisbon

Article and photo kindly shared by Caroline Will  Thursday morning 20th April saw a select representation of IWP members convene at Cascais Municipal Library for book… Read more…

International Women in Portugal book readings

The British Historical Society – Day Trip to Tomar

April 17, 2017 by The Lisbon Live Team on Lisbon Live, Lisbon

Article written by Mark Crathorne and Jackie KennardPhotographs courtesy of Ian Yarwood, Selwyn Kennard and Mark Crathorne  Thirty two members of the British Historical Society visited… Read more…

The British Historical Society – Day Trip to Tomar

IRS 2016 Expenses 5. Health Insurance and other expenses

April 5, 2017 by Live Blog Team on Algarve Live, Algarve

The fifth in a series of 6 articles providing guidance on Portuguese Tax Returns Written by Dennis Swing Greene, Chairman and International Fiscal Consultant for euroFINESCOs.a.   IRS… Read more…

IRS 2016 Expenses 5. Health Insurance and other expenses

Brighter days

March 15, 2017 by johntidey on Sinking into Portugal, Lisbon

It’s sunny here in Portugal now, enough to get a sunburn if you’re not careful. Certainly warmer that the UK and with less of a chance… Read more…

Brighter days

Valentine Escapes for the Wild at Heart

February 13, 2017 by Eddi Pitcher on Peregrines of Portugal, Lisbon

With St Valentine and his perfunctory bunch of roses around about every Lisbon street corner, the call of the wild provides a much needed alternative romantic… Read more…

Valentine Escapes for the Wild at Heart

Creepy crawly hairy things

February 1, 2017 by Manuela on Whatever tickles Manuela's fancy, Lisbon

Recently, eighteen Alvalade, Lisbon, schoolchildren were hospitalised with skin rashes following contact with processionary caterpillar hairs. Fortunately none of the cases were serious. The reports lauded… Read more…

Creepy crawly hairy things

Summer guests – the little things that matter

August 7, 2015 by Kit and Samantha Jennings on Artists Abroad, Lisbon

When we left the security blanket of our British shores nearly two years ago, to run arts holidays in Portugal on the Silver Coast, our main… Read more…

Summer guests – the little things that matter

Plastic Bottles & Confused Fish.

November 28, 2016 by KeithBarrettGolf on Golf in Portugal, Lisbon

Here’s an unusual confession: it’s exactly fifteen weeks since I last watched television. Well if I’m honest that’s not entirely true as I’ve occasionally watched golf… Read more…

Plastic Bottles & Confused Fish.

Hobo -Tick Treatment May Have Been a Factor in his Death

July 2, 2016 by Hobo on Hobo’s Blog, Algarve

Since Hobo´s death, it has come to light that a drug that Hobo was given against parasites, fluralaner, marketed under the trade name Bravecto, may have… Read more…

Hobo -Tick Treatment May Have Been a Factor in his Death

Springing forward in the Algarve vegetable garden

April 8, 2016 by Jane Brewer on A new gardener let loose in the Algarve, Algarve

        It’s Spring in the Algarve, but this year it’s being a bit of a tease. One minute, you get your shorts and… Read more…

Springing forward in the Algarve vegetable garden
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