Through valleys and hillsides...

With over 26 thousand hectares, the Alto Douro Wine Region is located in northeastern Portugal and was classified by UNESCO as World Heritage of Humanity in 2001.

The region’s fame is due to its landscapes of exceptional beauty, tilled by river terraces, which testify to the perfect secular communion between Man and Nature. In this idyllic landscape, wines, honey and olive oil can be enjoyed in self-produced farms or small family farms.

A toast

to nature

It is on these slopes of the oldest wine region in the world that Port wine is produced, one of the ex-libris of our country abroad.

Want to visit

What to visit?

Wine Tasting

For wine lovers, there is nothing like visiting the Douro region and its cellars and letting yourself get involved in its culture, through guided tours to the facilities or tastings of wines and other local products.

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historical villages

Those who think that the Douro Wine Region is just wine tourism must be wrong.

Besides the experiences connected to the world of wine, you can also visit historic villages, taste the gastronomy or admire countless belvederes with breathtaking panoramic views.

What to visit?

Wine Tasting

For wine lovers, there is nothing like visiting the Douro region and its cellars and letting yourself get involved in its culture, through guided tours to the facilities or tastings of wines and other local products.

Learn more

historical villages

Those who think that the Douro Wine Region is just wine tourism must be wrong.

Besides the experiences connected to the world of wine, you can also visit historic villages, taste the gastronomy or admire countless belvederes with breathtaking panoramic views.