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09.01.2023 • 22.01.2023
As we enter 2023, we take it step by step. This edition focuses on boosting 2023 through health. Because mental health matters.
As we enter 2023, we take it step by step. We live challenging times and new challenges will certainly arise. In a world in turmoil that is still recovering from the pandemic crisis, tormented by the war, we feel the need to find our balance. To hear our inner voice, finding out ways to improve ourselves and the world we live in. This edition focuses on boosting 2023 through health. Because mental health matters.
Located in the welcoming village of Zaboeira, in Vila de Rei, 1 hour and 30 minutes away from Lisbon Airport and 2 hours and 6 minutes away from Oporto Airport, Zab Living is an absolutely exclusive accommodation, with an unrivalled view over the dam of Castelo de Bode, near the charming Templar city of Tomar (half an hour distance).
The sound of silence
Serra da Estrela Natural Park is an exceptional place. It expands over 101 thousand hectares distributed across six municipalities and it was the first natural park to be created in Portugal, also holding the record for the largest protected area in the country.
Solo travel appears to be a major trend, reinforced by the pandemic. More and more people are travelling the world, focused on their well-being and inner balance. When we travel alone, we learn a lot about who we are and what we want for our lives. The perfect way to reconnect with our essence.
Food isn't just food. It is a way of expressing central values of ethics and sustainability. As a result of the global pandemic, a true revolution is taking place in the food sector. Consumers are more aware of the impact of their food choices in the future of the planet, going for a greener approach.
Be the light
At the end of Boa Viagem Mountain, between the wild beach of Murtinheira and Figueira da Foz, Cape Mondego is the only cliff spot of the central Portuguese coast. An impressive set of wrinkled limestone rocks invading the sea. This is actually the place to understand the formation of the Atlantic Ocean.
A sky full of stars
The Schist Villages have been certified by the Starlight Foundation as an International Starlight Tourism Destination thanks to the Dark Sky Schist Villages project. Starlight Destinations have a very low light pollution, allowing visitors to contemplate with utter clearance the most magnificent starry skies.