Sponsored: Top 5 Dog-Friendly Beaches Around Lisbon
Dogs are allowed on several beaches within a few minutes ride from Lisbon — and some of them rank as the most beautiful in Portugal.
Reflector #47: Heron Oblivion – “Faro”
Did this psychedelic rock group make it down to the Algarve? Unclear!
Slipping into the Surreal with Cork-based Musician Elaine Malone
Malone’s songs unfold and reveal themselves as cryptic confessionals of matters both personal and universal in equal measure. Expertly crafted songwriting finds life in Malone’s silken voice, a voice steeped in maturity and emotional depth, settling comfortably atop soft and subterranean instrumentation.
Lousã Schist Village: Something for Everyone
Stone pathways, inlaid fountains, a fanciful swimming spot, and a stunning castle are just a few treasures found in this ancient hidden village.
Madu Brings the Spirit of Brazil to Port to Port
On stage, Madu seems to become 10 feet tall; a charming and infectious giant of energy and vocal virtuosity. Her passion for music and her joy for sharing experiences through performance seem inexhaustible.
Reflector #46: Slim & The Beast – “Lisbon”
Endless summers, as exemplified by a song by the this Paris-based folk-rock band.
Reflector #45: John Stubblefield – “A Night In Lisbon”
The great saxophonist who played with Miles Davis and had a former U.S. president visit him on his deathbed clearly had a great night in Lisbon at some point.
Lisbon’s Rock Climbing Gyms (Rocodromos)
There’s a growing number of choices for rock climbers to train inside Lisbon, and Atlas helped bring one of them to life!
Reflector #44: Etienne Daho – “Saudade”
Étienne Daho came to Portugal for love, not (hiding) money.
Port 2 Port: Garden Collective’s Alternative to St. Patrick’s Day in Lisbon
Garden Collective is bringing good vibes, fun times and musicians from Portugal and Ireland March 17 to 18 in Beato.
Portugal ends Golden Visas, curtails Airbnb rentals to address housing crisis | Reuters
“Housing groups said the measures would mean little if the government continued to promote other policies to attract wealthy foreigners to Portugal, such as the “Digital Nomads Visa” introduced in
Labor Protesters Pile Up in Lisbon
The number of educators in Portugal’s public school system shrunk from 185,157 in 2005 to 150,127 in 2021. That number is set to decrease even further in the coming years.