Have you also had enough of the Dutch autumn and winter weather? Escape to the winter sun in Portugal for a week (or two) Portugal has a mild, Mediterranean climate, helping to prolong your summer. With a total of 3000 hours of sunshine per year and an average winter temperature between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius, it's an excellent year-round destination.
Portugal is hugely versatile: whether you want to go on walks with the dog during your holiday, want to enjoy a few days of the coast or have a cultural holiday with your best friends, the possibilities in Portugal are endless. The Portuguese regions are diverse, and the same goes for our holiday homes and apartments in Portugal.
Escape to the winter sun by the sea in Portugal? Then we recommend you rent a holiday home in the far south of Portugal: on the Algarve. Or somewhere on the Costa de Lisboa, near Lisbon. Both coastal areas, situated on the Atlantic Ocean, are beautiful, have miles of sandy beaches and very pleasant temperatures in the winter. Are you looking for some senior citizen winter sun in Portugal? Then these southern regions, with a beautiful combination of beach, nature, culture and cuisine, are wonderful destinations to enjoy your (winter) leisure time.
Winter sun in Portugal with your dog? Portugal is the perfect location to take your four-legged friend with you. In addition to impressive beaches, Portugal also has beautiful walking routes that are suitable for long days outdoors. In the evening you can relax in one of the local restaurants, savouring a delicious Portuguese dish.
Will you choose an apartment to stay in when you escape to the winter sun in Portugal? Or, would you rather be in a slightly larger holiday home with a garden? Check out our range of holiday accommodations; you will definitely find what you are looking for!
Portugal has several regions that are very suitable for a winter holiday. The southern Algarve region is ideal if you're seeking some winter sun. Or, how about the Costa de Lisboa: it is a bit farther north than the Algarve, but the temperatures are mild here too. Or, go to the island of Madeira!
Where is the best place to escape to the winter sun in Portugal? Good question, because Portugal has several regions that are all eminently suitable for that purpose. Spending the winter in the Algarve, the southernmost region, is an obvious choice: the Algarve is known for its sun, sea and sand and has a Mediterranean climate with lots of sunshine and mild temperatures. Want something a little more off the beaten track? Nenhum problema! Further inland, you will encounter authentic villages in beautiful surroundings. Now that's escaping to the Algarve in the winter. Do you know exactly where you want to go. Are you going to spend the winter in Albufeira, Portugal? Over the years, the original fishing village of Albufeira in the Algarve has evolved into a popular seaside resort for young and old alike. There is a lot to do here: walking on the beach, sailing, shopping and going out.
Have you ever thought of winter sun on Madeira? Madeira is a Portuguese island in the Atlantic Ocean. The island 'of eternal spring' boasts beautiful landscapes, verdant forests, volcanic mountains and many gardens with flowers. Do you like peace & quiet and nature? Do you like to walk and glory at unique flora and fauna? Now that's escaping to the winter sun on Madeira.
Have you felt a similar desire for some Portuguese winter sun? To jump on a plane to the island 'of eternal spring' and the mild, late summer climate? To drink Portuguese wine on a terrace in the sun after an afternoon strolling about? Check out the possibilities and book your perfect holiday home in one of the many beautiful Portuguese regions. Portugal is an excellent winter destination. Search by 'Portugal winter sun' and you will soon discover that Portugal is a beautiful, versatile country with a Mediterranean climate, mild temperatures and no less than 3000 hours of sunshine per year. In winter, it is normally between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius in the southern regions.
The southern coastal areas of Costa de Lisboa and the Algarve are particular popular winter destinations in Portugal. That's not forgetting the subtropical island of Madeira with its flora, fauna, waterfalls, gardens and splendid walks. On this island you will also find the Parque Natural de Madeira nature reserve, which has a place on the UNESCO world heritage list.
And the beauty of it is that in Portugal you not only enjoy beautiful surroundings, cities, beaches and nature, but the food too! The Portuguese are friendly, hospitable people who love hearty dishes. Do you like fish? Then be sure to try a fish or shellfish dish, such as bacalhau. And are you going to Lisbon? Be sure to try a pastel de Belém before you leave, and bring home a (typically Portuguese!) tin of sardines.
Winter sun Portugal? Sim, por favor!
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