This page lists several Portugal maps to help you find locations: the site’s Marker Map, Districts of Portugal, and Traditional Provinces

1) Marker Map


  • You can reach this map from any page using the menu icon in the top right corner of the window.
  • Any sites that have been documented on this website will have a yellow highlight on their marker.
  • You can filter for the main categories (Megaliths, Fossils, Art, Museums) using the selection tool in the top right corner.
  • You can search for specific sites using the list below.
  • Clicking on a cluster (bigger clusters are darker) will zoom in and separate the cluster.

2) Districts of Portugal

Portugal’s administrative divisions operate at many levels. Officially, continental Portugal (one of the three main divisions of the country, along with the A├žores and Madeira) has a top-level administrative division consists of municipalities and parishes. These are quite small regions, so this site will use Portugal’s divisions (which still exist but no longer have official administrative functions).

Districts of Portugal (by Paclopes, Wikimedia Commons, Licenced CC0/Public Domain)

3) Traditional Provinces

Most tourist guides and many books and references will list the historical, traditional provinces of Portugal. They are no longer officially used, but are helpful as references and are used as tags on this website. This map is a rough guide to the traditional provinces, overlaid onto the districts. (See Wikipedia for more detailed information.)