We create a uniquely tailored offer for each and every region in which we operate, focusing on the best that the location has to offer!
We are present at different airports in Portugal and we design each of our stores, inspired by the local culture of the region in which we operate.
We always challenge our teams to design, build and adapt our stores to the highest contemporary standards.
We never apply a “one size fits all” concept to our retail stores.
We want our customers to take away a unique perception of each of our spaces and with them, memories of the region and country where they are embarking.
We intend to be a tourist postcard for the thousands of passengers who visit our stores every day.
The “Guitarra Portuguesa” — a 12-string guitar shaped like a teardrop — is an instrument unique to Portugal, but also a symbol of fado, being essential to its signature sound! Fado is undoubtedly one of the greatest symbols of Portugal, but its heart and soul belong to the city of Lisbon.See Lisbon’s stores
Standing tall above the water, Azores’ Pico Island makes you question your eyes, defying its plain sea surroundings with its monumental Pico Mountain, a dormant volcano and Portugal’s tallest point at 2351 meters. Much of Azores’ unique beauty is owed to its volcanic nature, from its natural hot water springs to its rocky mountains and hills. This makes Pico the perfect symbol for the island, not only as a local icon, but also as a representation of the archipelago’s origins.See Azores’ stores
In a country full of beautiful sunny beaches, it’s hard to stand out as a beach destination, and yet, Faro does just that. Located in Algarve, the southern part of Portugal, and priding itself on having 300+ days of sun a year, Faro embodies the beach and summer lifestyle. Its location makes Faro’s airport THE destination for any tourist planning a beach vacation in Portugal.See Faro’s stores
Small and triangular, almost looking like toy houses, the Santana Houses are one of the most iconic symbols of Madeira. They were designed to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Worthy of a postcard, they are a testament to Madeira’s rich history.See Madeira’s stores
Set over the Douro River and connecting the picturesque area of Ribeira do Porto to the Port Wine Cellars on the Gaia side, the D. Luís I bridge is the city’s postcard. It is also a spot that is close to the hearts of its citizens: in São João, the main popular holiday in the city, it is a tradition to cross the bridge by foot and watch the fireworks go off above it later in the night.See Porto’s stores