Once out of the cities, rolling hills unfold, houses line their gentle slopes.

The climate in Portugal can generally be described as mild, but the topography running north to south makes for different climates along the Atlantic Ocean coastline and the regions further inland. Fresh fish is caught on the coast, while the inland areas provide a rich variety of meat, fruits and vegetables.

In the northern city of Porto, where traditionally all parts of an animal is used up, one local dish is made only from simmered pork innards. In the fishing villages along the seaside, varieties of fish are chopped up and mixed with plenty of vegetables to make scrumptious stews.

The Portuguese value local ingredients, savouring every part and letting little go to waste. This approach has brought about a great variety to the country’s food culture.

Portugal seemed a country with a comfortable climate. People there appreciate the value of what the land produces. This echoes with the country’s vibe, the people, products, public affairs and every aspect that surrounds the calm pace of daily life.


Made with 1/4 espresso and 3/4 milk, this milky coffee "galão" is served in a thick glass with bread and sweets for breakfast or at tea time.

Handwoven Mat

Handwoven Mat is a seemingly integral part of life in every Portuguese household. These mats are also named "rag rugs" as they used to be woven with ripped strips of old clothes.

Shepherd's Throw

This sturdy throw is handwoven from the white, beige, and brown wool of Bordaleira sheep. In Manteigas, it has been shepherds' tradition to carry wool blankets with them to resist sunlight and cold nights.

Procelain Square Plates

Portuguese cuisine features a rich variety of fish and meat. Making the most of these great flavours, large square plates are filled and served at the table.

Aluminium and Stainless Steel Tableware

In the cafeterias of Portuguese towns and cities, metal pots and plates are frequently used to serve a variety of dishes including stews, risottos, and salads.

Tin Toaster

In Portuguese homes, this toaster stand made from tin is used to crisp the surface of bread.

Terra Cotta Tableware

Simmered rice in vegetables or shell fish broths is served in widemouthed terracotta bowls. Being an indispensable compo- nent of a Portuguese table, olives are served on designated plates containing a section for the pips.

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