The motorhome trend has been taking hold in Portugal in recent years due to international influence and has gained new momentum with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has generated an increase in demand for this type of tourism this summer 2020.
The health crisis caused by COVID-19 has driven change at several levels in Portugal; in economic, cultural and social terms, but also in the way we think and design public spaces, especially in cities.
The Portuguese Algarve is possibly one of the most touristy areas in Europe, but at the same time, it has a traditional past related to the art of fishing and is home to several quaint fishing villages and small towns.
A short circuit can lead to a fire, which can cause damage to those in the house, to household appliances, to furniture or to the house itself. In addition to the risk of fire, there are also floods, personal accidents or other risks.
The Douro Valley in Portugal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a highlight of any visit to Portugal. The area is most famous for its port and vinho verde (green wine) which is produced there, as well as a spectacular landscape and beautiful architecture.