Tourist guide the secret places of Portugal #1

in GEMS6 months ago

Well I will create this content on a recurring basis showing places of real interest to tourists while continuing with the other to visit my land.
So many wonderful things to visit in Portugal!
Besides for you from Europe and the rest of the world to find a cheap land, which in fact is in comparison to the rest of Europe and why not convince you to come by and help us to develop our local economy a little bit and enjoy good food as well as the good landscapes we have for this Portugal Outside remembering that Portugal has just over 1000 kilometers between the Mediterranean Sea and North Spain.

So I took the initiative and every day I will leave 2 (secret) places in Portugal that every tourist should visit on their journey here.
But Well, how about starting with the islands.
Portugal has 2 important islands that 5 days for each one would be ideal for getting to know the main one, and here 5 days with everything complete is around 1000 euros per couple. In October it is possible to get better prices and the temperature is always around 25 to 30 degrees.
They are very green places, they are very humid areas and it rains several times.
Since My goal is to show you what I consider to be incredible lost places in Portugal, I will present 2 Wonders and one is in Madeira and the other Azores

Caves of São vincente Madeira

The São Vicente Caves are of volcanic origin, located in the parish and municipality of São Vicente in Madeira, they were formed about 890 thousand years ago through an eruption that occurred at the top of the mountain and down to the sea.
In contact with low temperatures the magma solidified on the outside and on the inside it continued to flow which formed several channels
They were opened to the public on 1 October 1996



Ponta da Ferraria São Miguel Açores

Ponta da Ferraria originates from lava located in the municipality of Ponta Delegada archipelago of the Azores.
The formation is constituted by a set of several volcanic eruptions.
They are still active today which helps in the geological formation of the island