Portugal is a relatively compact country, and major road investments over the past few decades mean fast highways have cut driving times even to the most remote regions. Despite its size, there’s a great variety of landscapes, from the rolling plains of the Alentejo to sunkissed resorts along the coast and the rugged highlands of the north and center, where rough-hewn granite towns rise out of the hillsides. 

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