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Portugal Holidays

The western-most edge of Europe, Portugal’s rich historic culture and spectacular natural beauty has been attracting holidaymakers for decades. In Portugal, you’ll find dramatic landscapes, vibrant cities and stunning natural beauty. Charming towns to incredible beaches, it’s easy to see why it is such a great holiday destination time and time again.

The southern region boasts long warm summers with lots of sunshine, clear blue skies and low rainfall. High temperatures are softened by cool, fresh sea breezes, making the Algarve’s beaches and towns extremely pleasant. Winters here are mild and short so the Algarve makes a great visitor destination outside of the summer peak (July and August).

The Algarve

If you’re after a beach holiday, then the Algarve could be the place for you. It’s hard not to fall in love with this part of the world. There are a variety of resorts to cater to every taste; Albufeira is the biggest resort in the region, while the best nightlife can be found nearby in Praia da Rocha. Other popular destinations are the charming coastal town Carvoeiro and tourist-friendly historical town Lagos, renowned its summer nightlife.

Lisbon

A charming city full of culture and packed with things to see. Sitting on the west coast of Portugal, Lisbon is one of the rare European cities to face the ocean. Lisbon is great combination of city bustle and relaxation, with great connections to the beaches direct from the city you can escape the city life in no time. Whether it’s just for a weekend or a little longer a Lisbon holiday can offer something different. The city is divided into several distinct areas, all which come with their own personality.

Estoril Coast

The Estoril Coast runs between historic Lisbon and glamourous Cascais so you will be ideally placed to visit either, but the main draw of this area is definitely the beaches. Estoril is both lively and relaxed with a cosmopolitan atmosphere, great for families. The resort of Cascais is a little livelier than its neighbour. Like the rest of Portugal golf is high on the agenda here with a choice of courses close by.

Porto

Everywhere you look in Porto there’s something to be explored. Whether it’s the narrow cobbled streets of the old town or the bridges that span the Douro River, it is a stunning destination to spend a few days or even a week. Porto is famous the world over for its port wine cellars which are dotted around the city.

Not after a package holiday to Portugal? See our hotels and flights to Portugal instead.