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Pure Portugal Blog

Moving to Portugal – Vaila’s Story

Hello Portugal Lovers! On our our team members Raquel and Daniel road trip, they visited a rental we are advertising at the Pure Portugal Holidays website and spoke with Vaila and her husband, a couple of tenants  that rented this place via our website, and we instantly felt connected with them! Vaila would love to work with communities in Portugal and be connected to retreat centers and therapies, as she has experience on these areas. So, we asked them to ...Read more

Pure Portugal Holidays YouTube Channel

Hello Portugal Lovers! We are adding videos to our newly YouTube Channel for Pure Portugal Holidays and Rentals, from the visits we’ve been doing on our road trip through Portugal. It has been amazing to meet our partners and the properties we are advertising on the site! We believe that we are building a stronger relationship with the community, that will be a key to serve better the clients who are looking for a place to rent in Portugal. We ...Read more

Calling for retreat lovers!

Hello Portugal Lovers! On our road trip, we visited a very special rental opportunity in the north of Portugal, and we made a short movie about it! This is a totally off-grid retreat, fully renovated with traditional materials. It is a great place for running retreats, and the owner is actually trying to find someone who would like just to rent the place for a few months and/or someone to stay in one of the houses and start a project ...Read more

Witchy Pumpkin Soup

Ingredients For the Soup 2 tbsp olive oil 2 onions , finely chopped 1kg pumpkins or squash 700ml vegetable stock or chicken stock Salt and freshly ground black pepper Method Cut the top off the pumpkin and set aside. Scoop out the seeds and fibres from the middle, discard or you ca n set them aside if you want to bake/roast the seeds to eat or dry them to save a plant later. Using a sharp knife and a spoon, ...Read more

Casa Ribeiro needs people to help on the farm

Hello Portugal Lovers! This week we visited this family in this remote and beautiful valley. The work they have been doing in this farm for the last 35 years is admirable! Thomas has a huge knowledge of many crafts, so he takes care of everything in the farm. He is now looking for someone to help him, or a family, to exchange work for accommodation. Suitable for people with skills in Forestry, Orchards, Horses, Building, Renewable Energy and Agriculture. Single ...Read more

Our visit to Quinta das Mil Flores

On our road trip we slept at Quinta das Mil Flores, in Pedrógrão Grande, with the smell of roses and aromatic herbs! This farm is open to the public with guided tours of its beautiful gardens. Also hosts events. It has an organic vegetable garden, and also several species of plants and trees. For example, they grow 40 different species of citrus and over 300 species of Roses! It is a lovely place for a wedding, for sure, as it ...Read more

Casinha da Parteira rental

Hello Portugal Lovers! On our road trip, we visited a pet friendly rental opportunity in the north of Portugal, and we made a short movie about it. It is a partially furnished little and renovated house, in a very peaceful and genuine village, 5min from the river and 4km from Passadiços do Paiva.   For further information and to send a message directly to the owner, please follow the link bellow:   See you on the road! Raquel & ...Read more

The Harvest Fair in Arouca

While doing this road trip through the EN2, visiting partners and the Pure Portugal community, we’ve had the chance of participating in some events. Last weekend we went to the “75ª Feira das Colheitas”, the harvest fair in Arouca. It is an annual big event with crafts and arts, regional products and many activities for families. We saw a parade of ox carts bringing the crops, in gratitude to the mother earth and we met some inspiring eco social projects ...Read more

How To Make An Eco Friendly Scourer Pad

Thanks again to the wonderful Mini Smallholder for sharing one of her brilliant blogs with us! This time she shows us how to make a scourer pad for the kitchen is one of the easier crafts you can try at home and it is zero waste because the twine you use will compost when it is a bit tired and sad. I have invented the instructions as I couldn’t find much to inspire me already. You can play it lose ...Read more

Your Guide to Gardening in Portugal

Portugal is one of the best countries where you can enjoy so many outdoor activities. One of the major reasons why people move permanently to Portugal is to enjoy the long warm summer. Due to the hot climate, you will spend most of your time outside your house. As a result, you will find that most homes and apartments usually have a balcony where you can enjoy the outdoor life. However, if you love gardening, it might be a bit ...Read more

Fire Resistants – Documentary Film

It gives us great pleasure to share and support the making of this documentary which shares stories of resistance and rebirth following the 2017 Portugal wildfires. Two Italian anthropologists, along with a team of Portuguese filmmakers decided to make a documentary about the new opportunities the fire brought to the lives of five families of the area and also talk about the pulp plantation policies, which are, of course, the main cause of the massive dimension of the wildfires. Offering ...Read more

Acupuncture In Lisbon

We thought we would share this fantastic interview from Hayley who features her acupuncture practise in the wellbeing section of our services directory. The interview was featured in a great blog Blanca Valbuena – Digital Nomad Turned Expat in Portugal, check out her brilliant blog here! Blanca explains that she started a new project on her blog, interviewing friends, colleagues, and others who have moved to Portugal to learn more about what drew them to Lisbon, what they are doing ...Read more

5 Best Work Boots For Farming – Review for 2019

  ‘When we are spending a lot of time ‘on the ground’ footwear is part of our suit of armour ‘ There is nothing more important than having the right footwear. Being able to work around thick bushes, climb fences and cope with building work or animals without having second thoughts of what you might step on is key. It is best to shield your feet by investing in a good pair of military boots. These types of boots will ...Read more

Why do politics impact your exchange rate?

  Why do politics impact your exchange rate? If you’re looking to make a currency transfer, you may be wondering why Brexit has so much influence on the Pound, or why trade tensions between the US and other nations have impacted markets in recent months. Our currency partner, Global Reach, discusses the reasons why currencies fluctuate on political events, and how you can make the most of your currency transfers. The impact of Brexit Brexit is a prime example of ...Read more

Reasons To Give Portugal A Try

Portugal plays host to a lot of different people seeking out ideal property. Some are permanent expats from other countries; some are retirees seeking a place to settle down; some are digital nomads who may be passing through for just a year or a few months; and others are merely looking for an enjoyable holiday. Many of these people ultimately find what they’re looking for somewhere in Portugal. But if you’re on the fence, aware of the general popularity of ...Read more

Discover Portugal: Tomar

The historic town of Tomar is set along the banks of the Nabão River and filled with ancient churches, cobbled streets and traditional houses. Rightly known as a jewel in the crown of Central Portugal, Tomar offers a true key destination to visit, bursting with stunning architecture and surrounding lush mountains.   The fascinating history of Tomar includes being known as one of the religious centres for The Knights Templar, a powerful and secretive order who once ruled from their ...Read more

5 Reasons Why You Need To Take Workplace Hygiene Seriously

Hygiene is one of the most reliable indicators of how individuals live their life. People who are careful about their health, they will be more comfortable with the people around them. Good hygiene means good manners, something we carry around wherever we go, in public as well as in the workplace. Personal hygiene and cleanliness should be part of every workplace. Cleanliness is an important indicator of what the company stands for, and how seriously it is about its business ...Read more

Making Infused Oils

Many people know and have heard of or used essential oils, but what are infused oils? And why are they something to consider instead of essential oils? Read on to find out why and how to make them!  The main reason infused oils are well worth considering are because they only use a small amount of plant material, essential oils use huge amounts of material which, especially if you are hoping to make your own is a huge benefit, having ...Read more

Hidden Treasures In Central Portugal

Thanks to our friend and partner Melanie, we share this guest blog post about another Treasure in Central Portugal! The undulated valleys and dramatic, forested mountainscapes of Central Portugal quietly guard a modest and timeless beauty. Sleepy villages, waiting to be discovered, reachable by winding rustic roads, nestle into a landscape laced with idyllic river spots and spectacular panoramic viewpoints. There truly is a sense that time slows here, and that life continues as it always has, with a simple ...Read more

MamaSeed cares for You, for your Home & our Planet.

  MamaSeed combines Selfcare and Ecology in an organic range that makes everyday life naturally more blissful! Through her different lines of 100% nature-based, bioactive & organic products, she offers you a way to treat yourself, your family and your home in your conscious daily life. Cruelty free, Chemical free and recycled glass and PET containers. * Cosmetic Essentials ~ your toiletry essentials for home & travelling  * Eco-Home cleaning products ~ your house clean & our planet safe from ...Read more

Interconnectedness & Off-Grid Living

Here we share a lovely blog from the great people at Vale da Mata, you can find out more about them and see other blogs here. The economics of being off-grid are far from straightforward. The cost of a solar electric installation to produce sufficient electricity even in winter without depending upon grid supply can at first glance seem expensive. Its a considerable capital investment. In winter when days are shorter and electricity need is higher, there is less sun. ...Read more

Are You Looking For A Credible Roofer For Your Home?

Are you on in the market for a roofer? Since the roof is one of the most important aspects of your home, it demands expert attention when it comes to repair, installation or replacement. It’s of utmost importance to hire a reliable roofing company like since any misstep could mean severe damage to your property. The post below offers insight on how to choose a good roofer. Search around Don’t just settle on the first roofing company you come across ...Read more

The Best Cities In Portugal For Expat Arrivals

Home to a diverse mix of inspiring cities, quaint cobblestone villages and endless stretches of golden sands, Portugal is a truly attractive destination for both expats and visitors alike. As well as being awarded 6th place out of 68 countries in Internations Expat Insider 2018, Portugal gained fifth place for ease of settling in and second spot for quality of life – further emphasising the country’s alluring power. The cities of Porto, Lisbon and Braga in particular, regularly crop up ...Read more

Carnaval In Portugal!

There is no doubt that being in Portugal for Carnival (Carnaval) is one of the most memorable times to be there, the whole country seems to explode into a big bundle of colour, smiles and music, excitement fills the air even in the weeks leading up to the big celebration. Many cities and towns come to a complete stop while long parades of adults and children in fancy dress, and beautifully decorated carnival floats glitter their way through the streets. ...Read more

Traditional Stained Glass Courses

SPRING 2020 DATES – Make a window in a day!  Saturday 22nd February 2020 – 9.30am – 5pm Saturday 23rd May 2020 – 9.30 – 5pm An exciting and colourful course that will give you a real taste of the craft and artistry behind making stained glass windows and mirrors. This is a BEGINNERS course in the traditional skills of making a window using lead came, glass and solder. However I also welcome improvers who might appreciate the opportunity to ...Read more

Liquid Soap Making Course

SPRING 2020 DATES:  Saturday 25th January 2020. 9.30am to 4pm Saturday 25th April 2020. 9.30am to 4pm  Ultimate soap making for the home! Come and learn how to make beautiful, safe, clear liquid plant derived soap base that can then be turned into a long list of chemical free body and household products that really work infused with your choice of natural aromatics. If you care about your environment and are discerning about ingredients this is the course for you. ...Read more

Copper Foil Stained Glass Course

SPRING 2019 DATES Saturday 18th May 2019 – 9.30am – 4pm A fabulous introduction to this wonderful craft, using the Tiffany style of copper foiling you will make a beautiful stained glass light catcher/mirror to hang in a bright window. A practical, exciting, hand-on beginners course. This is an exciting, practical, hands-on course for BEGINNERS but I also welcome improvers who might appreciate the opportunity to expand their knowledge and develop their technique and creative ideas within a small group. ...Read more

Quinta Do Cobral – Helping you make your own products and be creative

As well as offering an array of courses, Quinta do Cobral sells product ingredients and a refill service. They offer: STARTER PACKS: These include everything you need to make your own soap at home. No waste, no waiting for orders, no buying in bulk. So if you are itching to get started after one of my courses these are perfect for you. SOAP BAR KIT: This kit contains exactly what you need to create 10 chunky bars of your own creamy, natural ...Read more

Beginners Soap Making Course

BEGINNERS NATURAL SOUP MAKING COURSES Saturday 11th January 2020 – 9.30am – 4pm Saturday 11th April 2020. 9.30am – 4pm Come and learn how to make top quality, beautiful, natural soaps using the traditional cold process method. My goal is to teach you the skills you need to successfully make beautiful handmade soap using natural ingredients such as olive oil, shea and cocoa butter and lovely essential oils. All this takes place in the beautiful, relaxing and supportive atmosphere of ...Read more

Luxury Bug Homes

We are thrilled to share for the first time on Pure Portugal a blog from the fantastic Alex at The Mini Smallholder. Although based in the UK Alex has some great ideas and makes some wonderful blog posts about all sorts of things which will be as useful in Portugal as England! Check out more of her blogs here! Today we bring you great simple step by step instructions for how to make a Bug Home! These are not just ...Read more

Meet The Pure Portugal Concierges

The Pure Portugal concierge service is a service through Pure Portugal in which we connect you, the buyer with someone who has made the move and knows all of the hurdles you might have to jump through next . Their aim is to work with you as a helping hand and guide, initially they can try and match your with your dream property and then when you have put an offer in on the property they can help you with ...Read more

Moving To Portugal – Faith’s Story

We thought it would be helpful to have some Q&A’s from real people who have made the move already. Some are newly arrived, others have been here for much longer, meaning you can get a broad range of experiences from people to get a real feel for what it is like to move to Portugal and start living your dream! Today we meet Faith Canter who moved to Portugal from the UK in 2018. How did you find out about ...Read more

The Smoke Will Rise – By Kiva Morris

  The smoke will rise As the ash will fall, I look to the hill To see a crimson wall. The infernal tongue licks the trees, It burns the trees and roasts the fleas. I stand beneath the fiery gloam, I beg: Please, Don’t take my home. The wind blows it toward the bush, turning all the fruit to mush. It comes faster up the hill, Yet I can still feel a horrible chill. The clouds cover a patch of ...Read more

Moving To Portugal – Alison’s Story

We thought it would be helpful to have some Q&A’s from real people who have made the move already. Some are newly arrived, others have been here for much longer, meaning you can get a broad range of experiences from people to get a real feel for what it is like to move to Portugal and start living your dream! Today we meet Alison Kearin who moved to Portugal from the UK 8 years ago.  How did you find out ...Read more

Join The PP Service Directory & Share your Skills!

The Pure Portugal Services Directory is now in its third year and has 11 categories offering a broad range of services from wellbeing to finances, architects to builders, marketing & communication services and much more!  Over this time we have seen the demand for these types of skills and services in Portugal grow, and it is now bubbling with new opportunities for people here. We have seen more and more successful collaborations happening, proving it really is possible to make ...Read more

Quinta da Alvarinheira is inviting to join!

A few days ago our team members Raquel and Daniel visited Quinta da Alvarinheira and found that a dream of theirs had been realised! This farm is much more than a Manor House restored for tourism. It has also a collaborative vision, which respects the traditions and keeps them alive, to be shared by others. It’s a kind of small community village around the patio, where everyone has an activity to help bring more value to the quinta. At the moment ...Read more

Pure Portugal team visiting our partners

The team members Raquel and Daniel are on the road making connections and visiting partners! On our road trip to Castelo Branco, we visited one of our partners, who are advertising these lovely and typical properties on the Pure Portugal website: We keep on making connections! See you on the road!   Raquel & Daniel   ...Read more

5 Reasons to Invest in Real Estate

  Investing is something that not enough people even consider as a viable way to enhance their overall financial health. The truth of the matter is that it can lead to some startlingly high long-term returns and it’s a financial decision that you’re unlikely to regret. There’s lot of things that you can invest in. Many businesses are well-known for offering good Return on Investment (ROI) for their investors, and it’s not hard to find the most reputable ones. You ...Read more

12 Days Of Christmas

Each day in the 12 days leading up to Christmas Day the Pure Portugal Team decided to share a Portuguese word relating to Christmas or winter to prepare us all for the fun festive time ahead! If you missed the daily posts on our Facebook group – Pure Portugal Living The Good Life you can read them all here again below! First Day Of Christmas Pinheiro – Pine Tree  The favoured tree to be used as the Christmas Tree! Can ...Read more

Memory Jars

“Enjoy the little things, for one day you will look back and realize they were the big things.” ~Robert Brault To visitors it looks odd when they first come over and see, there, set upon a windowsill or the kitchen side a huge jar filled with little slips of paper, to us its normal, it is one of the treasured items which has followed us around to the dozen or more houses we have lived in over the last decade ...Read more