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Holidays to Portugal with If Only

Historic cities, picturesque villages and golden beaches are just some of the many reasons Portugal stands as one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. Just a short flight from the UK, it doesn’t take long to reach this Mediterranean gem, where idyllic scenery, captivating history and delicious food and drink are ready and waiting to impress. The shining jewel of this captivating country has to be the Algarve, its splendid shoreline and world-renowned golf courses bathed in over 3000 hours of sunshine every year, the perfect place to relax into the Portuguese way of life.

Our Destinations In Portugal

Head to the beaches of the Algarve for sun, sand and sea or discover a destination full of drama in Madeira, nestled in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Pine Cliffs, a Luxury Collection Resort

Pine Cliffs, a Luxury Collection Resort

Algarve, Portugal

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Serene seaside luxury with sweeping views and phenomenal facilities

7 night stay

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W Algarve Hotel & Residences

W Algarve Hotel & Residences

Algarve, Portugal

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Experience a luxury getaway at this stylish hotel located just minutes from Albufeira.    

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Domes Lake Algarve, Autograph Collection

Domes Lake Algarve, Autograph Collection

Algarve, Portugal

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Experience a unique luxury retreat at this five star resort.

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Reid’s Palace, A Belmond Hotel, Madeira

Reid’s Palace, A Belmond Hotel, Madeira

Madeira, Portugal

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Timeless elegance in a sublime seaside location

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Vila Vita Parc

Vila Vita Parc

Porches, Algarve, Portugal

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Spectacular coastal views, elegant styling and exquisite cuisine combine at Vila Vita Parc, a member of 'The Leading Hotels of the World' 

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Highlights

It’s easy to do a little or a lot in Portugal with pristine beaches, impressive scenery and a vibrant culture the backdrop to any break.

Spend time at the coast

Portugal is blessed with a plethora of beautiful beaches and a variety of coastal landscapes to suit all types of break. The Algarve is well known for its family-friendly sands, whilst dramatic, volcanic shores steal the show in Madeira.

Spend time at the coast
Enjoy the great outdoors

Enjoy the great outdoors

Portugal’s mild climate and beautiful natural surroundings tempt visitors out into the fresh air to enjoy all the country has to offer. There’s no end to the choice of leisure activities – watersports, golf, tennis, horse-riding, hiking and biking are just some of the options available to get active.

Soak up the culture

A vibrant history can be discovered in Portugal’s settlements and historical sites, whilst time-honoured recipes can be thanked for delicious authentic food and drink. Traditional festivals are joined by modern celebrations for film, music and food – the perfect opportunity to get to know Portugal’s popular culture better.

Soak up the culture

Useful Information

When To Visit

Portugal’s Mediterranean climate results in hot, dry summers and mild winters. June to August is the time to visit for sun-soaked days accompanied by pleasant sea breezes. Spring and Autumn are good times for a quieter visit without the summer season crowds, with March to May seeing the country’s flowers come into bloom and many festivals take place, whilst September to October offer an extension to northern Europe’s summer, as the sun continues to shine, and temperatures remain in the 20s until the end of the main tourist season in late October. Winters are mild with more rain than at other times of the year, but a generally pleasant climate in which to explore.

Location

Located mostly in the Iberian Peninsula of Europe. The Azores and Madeira are located off of the west coast in the Atlantic Ocean.

Size

92,212 square kilometres

Local Time

GMT +1

Telephone code

+351

Visa

UK passport holders can travel to countries in the Schengen area for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa.

Currency

Euro (EUR)

Tipping

Tipping is not expected but is appreciated for good service - approximately 10% of the bill is sufficient in restaurants, the amount varies in hotels and on tours

Vaccinations

None are compulsory, however as conditions can change quickly, please also check the current health requirements for Portugal on gov.uk.

Flying time

Between 2 and a half and 4 hours depending on the destination airport.

Electricity

Standard voltage is 220V with a frequency of 50 Hz. Plugs are European two pin and will require an adaptor for UK appliances.

Tourist office

Language

Portuguese. English is also widely spoken in tourist regions.

Smoking

Smoking indoors is becoming increasingly restricted. Smoking outdoors is permitted.

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