Where are you from? Regarding the Portuguese coast tell me when you go and I tell you what you should not miss. It has some very nice places but it is a difficult coast without few sheltered places. But you should not miss Galiza, that is almost Portugal
. It's the same culture, same good food and wine, nice people and a much better coast for cruising.
Regarding your boat I would want 2 winches on each side (bigger winches has you have chosen), German sheeting and good sails.
From the list some items I would not miss:
High-tech sailset for battened main and jib, sandwich/laminate cloth;
battened main incl. MDS & lazyjacks, bi-radial; reefing jib with UV-Protection, e-foam, tri-radial
(replaces standard mainsail and standard jib)
Gennaker gear incl. gennaker boom, chain plates, gennaker halyard, gennaker sheet ropes,
deflection pulleys and halyard stoppers
Rodkick with gas pressurised spring
2 spring cleats, aluminium, midships
LFS-safety package, life-safety system
Of course this is assuming you are going to stay with the boat for a considerable period of time.
I would also have a lead deep keel, a 140% Genoa instead of the Jib, a removable stay for a staysail (storm sail). This is important because they have to provide from the factory the strong reinforced point for fixing the staysal.
Later I would add three reefs on the main with two extra blocks for it.
I would not buy their genaker and I would mount later a code 0 on a small furler.
This was basically what I had on my Bavaria