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Although not strict, when visiting churches or other religious monuments, try to wear appropriate clothes. That means that shoulders and knees should be covered.
Smoking in public enclosed places (taxis and transport, shops and malls, cafes and hotels, etc.) is not allowed and is subject to a fine, unless in places showing the appropriate blue sign.
It is not unusual for women to sunbathe topless in the beaches of Portugal, and there are several naturist beaches too. Thong bikinis are acceptable throughout the country’s beaches.
There are no serious political or social issues to be avoided.
Although a Catholic country (almost 90% of Portuguese consider themselves to be Catholic) only as much as 19% practice this faith (known as Lapsed Catholic). As a result when discussing religion with a Portuguese don’t expect much knowledge about church practices or support towards some of their beliefs and opinions (e.g. Use of condoms, abortion, homosexuality, euthanasia, etc). In Portugal religion is not seen as a valid argument when discussing politics. As such abortion in Portugal was legalized in 2007 and same sex marriage in 2010.
Portugal in general is a gay friendly country, but don’t expect the same openness in rural and small places that you get in the bigger cities like Lisbon or Porto. Public display of affection between gay couples can be seen as a curiosity, and in some cases as inappropriate depending on the place and the kind of display. Gays and lesbians in Lisbon are respected as the city itself has a big gay scene with lots of bars, night clubs, restaurants, cafes, saunas and beaches. Most of the “gay-friendly” places are located in the quarters of Bairro Alto, Chiado and Principe Real.
Since September 2007, the age of consent laws in Portugal states 14 years old, regardless of sexual behaviour, gender and/or sexual orientation. Althought the age of consent is stipulated at 14, the legality of a sexual act with a minor between 14 and 16 is open to legal interpretation since the law states that is illegal to perform a sexual act with an adolescent between 14 and 16 years old “by taking advantage of their inexperience”.
Some cities in Portugal still stage bullfighting events. In Portugal it is illegal, contrary to what happens in Spain, to kill the bull during the bullfight. However, it is totally wrong to assume that all Portuguese people support or even faintly like bullfights. Many Portuguese are indifferent to bullfighting or are offended by acts of cruelty. You might also end up offending someone if you make generalizations or insist that bullfighting is part of today’s Portuguese culture. The Municipality of Barrancos (border town with Spain) actively defy the law and law enforcement agents and kill the bull in the arena.
Contrary to what many think Portuguese language does not descend from Spanish.
Are these remote islands the Atlantic’s best-kept secret?
T he dogs sensed it first. Tremors deep in the bowels of the earth set them whimpering. Then goats grew nervous, straining at their tethers.
Shortly after sunrise the villagers were woken by a terrible whistling that became a roar as ash, rocks and lava exploded from a volcanic vent above their homes. “The noise was so great it hurt my ears,” said mountain guide Juan Santos.
The eruption of Pico de Fogo in Cape Verde in November 2014 claimed no casualties or world headlines, but streams of lava slowly engulfed the homes of more than a thousand people who lived within its giant crater.
By the time I arrived the following year they were returning to tend vines and vegetable patches. Farmers invited us to taste surprisingly smooth wines produced from vines growing in volcanic ash.
Our guide said: “To them the volcano is a friend. It takes, but it gives back tenfold. It’s thanks to the volcano that they have farms, and pensions and restaurants for tourists.”
We met the crater dwellers of Fogo (Fire Island) on a voyage from Cape Verde to the Western Sahara and Morocco on a small ship with an open-bridge policy. This is the stuff of Conrad novels – the thrill of standing by a seaman at the helm and “raising” hills and craggy shores from the Atlantic.
I first heard of the desolate, windswept islands off Africa’s west coast through the songs of Cesaria Evora. She brought to the world the sweet melancholy of morna, sensual melodies expressing the despair of wanting to stay, but having to leave. Musicians say it is the soul of Cape Verde.
Our first stop on Hebridean Sky was Evora’s home town of Mindelo on Sao Vicente. In the 19th century it was a British coal refuelling station for ships, and a squalid den of prostitutes, beggars and smugglers. In 1855 soldier and scribe Alfred Burdon Ellis described Mindelo as “perhaps the most wretched and immoral town I have seen…”
Having cleaned up its act, the town now prides itself on being the cultural capital of Cape Verde, but I came too late to hear Evora singing her haunting ballads. When she died in 2011 flags flew at half-mast for two days of national mourning. I found her marble grave on the outskirts of town, bearing a portrait of how her fans remember her, eyes closed, grasping a microphone.

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