Four decades serving Portuguese farmers.
In 1975, CAP began a journey of preservation and representation of Portuguese farmers in the national and European official institutions, as well as in society in general.Saber Mais
A Socio-professional, Agricultural, Private, Non-Profit Organization of Public Utility
CAP represents federations, wineries, regional and sectoral associations, and cooperatives. Headquartered in Lisbon, it has branches in various regions of the country and in Brussels.Saber Mais
Promoting the Diversity and Quality of Portuguese Agriculture
The national agricultural activity is characterized by a diversified production, favoring the unique quality and character of Portuguese products, within the general framework of an agriculture of Mediterranean characteristics.Saber Mais
What we do
CAP represents Portuguese farmers and the national agricultural sector across a broad spectrum of national, official and civil society entities
Membership in European and international socio-professional agricultural organizations.
CAP has 10 Rural Information Centers in Portugal, which receive and support farmers distributed throughout 7 different regions.
CAP has one Training Center and two Training Poles in Portugal spread over 3 different regions.