b&b Portugal

Are you looking forward to your next trip and you are willing to discover Portugal while staying at one of the unique and cozy B&B’s? If so, then the Nature.house website is the right place to be! Have a nice and relaxing stay away from the crowds and surround yourself with unspoiled nature and breathtaking landscapes. If you are up to adventures and exploring, then you will be able to get to the must-see places in Portugal in a couple of minutes! Amazing! Keep reading and get inspired!

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B&B Portugal

A b&b houses are perfect if you want to start your day with a delicious breakfast and embark on exploring the destination. We have great offers for b&b houses in Portugal, a country with unsurpassed cuisine that you will be able to enjoy. The cozy houses offer peace and opportunity to relax after a long day.

Plant species in Portugal

Portugal has a wide variety of nature which is represented in twelve nature parks, nine nature saves, five nature heritages and seven protected scenes. The atmosphere and geological factors have created the Portuguese vegetation. In the Portuguese timberland zones you can spot pine, chestnut, plug oak, island oak, Portuguese oak and eucalyptus. The carob tree is a fundamental, shrubby tree that can grow up to 20 meters or more. The seeds(beans) are used in the food industry. The Algarve coast has subtropical vegetation with copious sprouting oleanders and camellias. The evaluations of Serra da Estrela are covered with a wide backcountry, containing for the most part of Portuguese oak and pine trees. South of Tagus, declining vegetation is shown by evergreen trees and briers.

With the phenomenal movement of the screw cap for wine bottles, the interest for plugs decreases. Notwithstanding, for the present, plug oaks can't be excused in the Portuguese scene. You will discover eucalyptus forests basically everywhere on the west coast, mostly inland. This fast growing tree species is planted for its wood and paper associations. The trees appear at a regular stature of 80 meters, in any case with their huge wellspring roots they use a tremendous amount of the groundwater. Between the Rio Douro and the Rio Tajo grows a changing zone, where viticulture flourishes and the weak green of the olive trees double-crosses a dry and warm summer. Common for the south of Portugal are fig and almond trees, orange forest areas and grasshopper trees - species that don't usually don't grow here, they were once imported by the Moors.

Animal species in Portugal

The evolved fauna is uncommon and wires fox, badger, Iberian lynx, Iberian wolf, chamois, wild catlike, bunny, weasel, ferret, chameleon, mongoose, civet, dirty concealed bear and many others can be discovered. Portugal is a place for a lot transient winged creatures, in places such as Cape St.Vicente or Mount Monchik, where a large number of fowls can be found in the spring, flying from Europe to Africa. They stay there because the Iberian Peninsula is the closest spot in Europe to Africa. Portugal has around 600 sorts of winged creatures and there are new reports made annually.

Portugal has more than 100 kinds of freshwater fish and ranges from the goliath European catfish(Tejo International Nature Park) to some small fish species which can be found in lakes. A part of these amazing species are endangered because of the changing environment, contaminants and dry seasons. Marine bioluminescence is very well represented, with charming marvels, for example, blasting little fish that can be seen on particular shores. In Portugal, it is also possible to see quickly expanding ponders, particularly on the west coast, which makes the ocean extraordinarily well off in improvements and biodiversity. Portuguese seawater has probably the most biodiversity in Europe.

There are different kinds of rare species found in certain places of the country, others are more regular, for example, the male bug and the cicada. The Macaronesian Islands(Azores and Madeira) have different species(for example, winged animals, reptiles, bats, horrendous little creatures, snails and slugs) that have always stayed and evolved in Portugal, rather than discovering other parts of the world. Laurissilva is an extraordinary sort of subtropical rainforest in Europe and on earth. It is found in Madeira and the Azores and definitely worth a visit.

What to do in Portugal?

Portugal has tons of national parks or reserves for you to visit. The best and most standard is the Penede-Gerês Park, acclaimed for its dim forests, wild flying creatures and creatures. Close to the high water Duro there is an entertainment focal point of an equivalent name, ideally for families with children. The tropical Monte Garden, orchestrated in Madeira, offers visitors an uncommon trolly ride and you can stroll through the beautiful Botanical Garden. The town of a practically identical name will allow you to feel the culinary wonders of the country. In Furnas, located on the island of San Miguel in the Azores archipelago, you will shall be once again amazed by the nature of Portugal with its stand-apart clean lake, dispersed in the pit of wellspring of liquid magma, which has died many years ago.

The huge territory in Bucasu Park, found west of Serra to Estrela,(in excess of 400 hectares) is planted with amazingly old cedars brought to the country from Goana. Regardless of the relic trees, around 400 uncommon plant species are growing in this wondrous place. The place is a standard spot for ecotourism, which is prominent for the country. At the eastern end, storks generally stay, making a home here. The waters are home to dolphins that make a journey bit by bit from Sado to the Atlantic Ocean and back.

What weather can you expect during your stay?

Portugal has a Mediterranean air and is highly influenced by the sea. The air masses coming from the water add to the lower temperatures in Portugal than they ought to be for this atmosphere zone. High humidity is found in the lofty districts. These zones get a standard of 2,000 millimeters of precipitation for, while the south gravitates toward to 500 millimeters. The air in the southernmost locales is all the more sizzling and drier. The air in the island of Portugal is milder, without singing warmth and preposterous contamination. Taking everything into account, the nation has the best number of sunny days in all of Europe, so perfect for your stay.