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Sensimar Savoy Gardens adults only hotel in Madeira, Portugal 4*

TUI Blue Gardens

  • Madeira, Portugal
  • 18+ years old

The TUI Blue Gardens Hotel is a 4-star hotel with spectacular views of the sea that cannot fail to impress. Located near the centre of Funchal, the TUI Blue Gardens overlooks the gorgeous scenery of the city and the sea. Aimed to provide a place for sheer rest and bliss whether, ...

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Memmo Alfama adults only hotel in Lisbon, Portugal 4*

Memmo Alfama

  • Lisbon, Portugal
  • 16+ years old

The Memmo Alfama is an adults-only hotel, located in Alfama (Lisbon district ), steps away from the Cathedral and the São Jorge Castle. It's one of the best hotels in Lisbon, with its narrow streets, traditional shops, and the famous Fado restaurants. Memmo Alfama is a hidden tre ...

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Aqua Pedra Dos Bicos Adults Only hotel 4*

Aqua Pedra Dos Bicos

  • Algarve, Portugal
  • 13+ years old

Aqua Pedra dos Bicos hotel is just 500 meters from Albufeira’s famous nightlife and a stroll away from supermarkets, restaurants, and tourist information centres. Its proximity to the beach (Praia dos Bicos) – about 400 metres away and with direct access from the hotel – as well ...

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About Portugal

Portugal is a beautiful country located in southwestern Europe, known for its stunning coastline, rich cultural heritage, and delicious cuisine. It is home to many famous landmarks and tourist attractions, such as the Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon, the Sintra National Palace, and the Douro Valley.

There are many things to see and do in Portugal, depending on your interests. In Lisbon, you can visit the Jerónimos Monastery, take a stroll through the historic center to see the city’s famous landmarks and piazzas, or relax on one of the city’s many beaches. In the Algarve region, you can explore the stunning coastline and visit the region’s many beaches, or visit the historic town of Evora. In the Douro Valley, you can take a wine tour and taste some of the region’s famous port wine.

No matter when you decide to visit Portugal, you’ll find plenty of things to see and do in this beautiful and diverse country. From exploring the charming villages of Madeira, to soaking up the sun on the beaches of the Algarve, or tasting the delicious wines of the Douro Valley, there’s something for everyone in Portugal.

Best time to go

When it comes to when to visit Portugal, the best time to go depends on your preferences and what you want to see and do. The summer months of June, July, and August are the busiest and hottest, and are a good time to visit if you want to spend time on the beach. The spring and fall months of April, May, September, and October offer pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds, and are a good time to visit if you want to explore the country’s cultural and natural attractions. The winter months can be cold and wet in some parts of the country, but can also be a good time to visit if you want to avoid the crowds and find lower prices.

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