Since 2012, hádoc documentary film festival is a privileged means of promotion of documentary movies, as well as a place of debate and reflection through an independent alternative approach.
This documentary film festival is organised by ecO – Associação Cultural de Leiria and SalaB – cineclube. It will take place on March 20th, April 3rd and 7th, May 8th and 22nd and June 5th and 19th.
Agora muda tudo is a new song cycle, aesthetically placed between contemporary music, jazz and popular music. Performed by the unrivalled voice of Maria João who turns them into wild improvisation songs. The poems were written by the award-winning Portuguese writer, José Luís Peixoto.
A magical place in a magical setting, Areias do Seixo Hotel is a natural haven less than one hour away from Lisbon. This is a special place where pine trees, dunes and sea murmur their secrets. Experience originality, sublime comfort and an unerringly sense of style that seamlessly blends in with the natural surroundings of the
The cycling path of the Atlantic Road is the largest in the country. This 62 km long cycling path offers several trails, as well as exceptional comfort and safety patterns to ride a bike, roller skates, skates or scooters. A memorable journey across incredible natural landscapes, charming beaches and welcoming towns!
Berlenga, Estelas and surrounding islands were classified Berlenga Natural Reserve on September 3rd 1981. Located 5,7 miles away from Cape Carvoeiro, the archipelago of Berlengas consists of 3 island groups: Berlenga Grande, and nearby reefs, Estelas and Farilhões-Forcadas, all of them geologically different.
The region of Centro de Portugal is known for the spell it casts on nature lovers. It is a quite unspoilt territory where travellers can still hear the sound of silence and feel unique at the heart of Mother Nature. Birdwatching is no exception. From the Atlantic coastline to the inland near the border with Spain, there are thousands of amazing bird species to discover who fly around and across this region, spreading their colourful magic as far as the eye can reach!
The 9th edition of music festival BONS SONS takes place from August 9th to 12th in the village of Cem Soldos, near Tomar. “Summer love” is this year’s theme. A love devoted to the roots, locals and sunny music experiences.
In 2018, the Summer love of thousands lovebirds in love with the village and music will have many surprises. Things may change, but some things stay the same: the starry sky, streets filled with smiles, the difference of equality and painted memories. Along with the best Portuguese music, the perfect soundtrack for 4 hot days of passion. The one and only quality festival BONS SONS.
In addition to raising audience awareness, the primary goal of BONS SONS is to contribute to local development by boosting the economy and contributing to keep the younger population in the region.
The festival Books & Movies promotes Portuguese literature and video art, bringing writers, artists and specialists and the public together in a very interesting cultural event. Books & Movies organises talks with writers and film directors, exhibits, projection of documentary films and movies, sport and leisure activities, theatre, music, autograph sessions and book releases. The next
From October 22nd to November 5th the city of Caldas da Rainha will host the festival CALDAS nice JAZZ. The concerts will take place at Centro Cultural e de Congressos, the mentor of this fantastic jazz festival that attracts a very diversified audience. CALDAS nice JAZZ is organised every year in Caldas da Rainha, presenting top
Casal da Eira Branca is a tourism in the country located in the village of Infantes, 4 km away from Caldas da Rainha, a thermal town with a long tradition in ceramics. It is situated near the medieval village of Óbidos, the beaches of Foz do Arelho, S. Martinho do Porto, Nazaré and Peniche. There
Gulbenkian Choir and Orchestra, under the direction of Joana Carneiro Friday, October 13, 2017 | 6:30pm Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima With the world premiere of works by composers James MacMillan and Eurico Carrapatoso commissioned by the Shrine of Fatima to celebrate the Centennial of the Apparitions. As part of the
The Cycle of Organ, that integrates the vast musical program offered by the Shrine of Fatima in the context of the celebration of the Centennial of the Apparitions, proposes a repertoire created at different times and places, with different compositional styles and attitudes that, besides making allusion to a centennial period of time, will also