Visitors don’t have to go far inland to discover that Portugal’s appeal is not exclusive to its coastline. We want your tips on walks, bars, attractions, villages and places to stay, plus remote beaches
From the rolling plains of the Alentejo to the 2,000-metre-high ridges and plateaux of the Serra da Estrela, Portugal has so much more to offer for holidays than its vibrant cities and the beautiful but crowded beaches of the Algarve. Have you stayed at a great, good-value quinta (country estate), found a beautiful deserted beach on the Costa de Prata, walked in a natural park or dined out at a great village restaurant? If so, please share your knowledge and stories.
Send us a tip via GuardianWitness, with as much detail as you can (including website and prices etc, if possible) in around 100 words.