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Charm, cuisine, culture – Portugal’s got it by the bucketload. The Algarve's just one great example, with excellent golf, Blue Flag shores and a ton of family-friendly attractions too. For Portugal with an island twist, look to Madeira. Its lush botanical gardens and epic hiking trails make it a magnet for outdoorsy types. Whichever patch of the country you plump for, all parts take pride in their love for good food, good wine and good times. Cinnamon-sprinkled custard tarts, grilled sardines, crisp wine and velvety port are all national treasures, so sampling them is a rite of passage for any holiday to Portugal.
Olhos D’Agua (Albufeira) , The Algarve
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If you’re looking for huge, golden-sand beaches and first-class sporting facilities, head to the Algarve. For a quieter pace of life, Madeira is the place to be.
Portugal is one of Europe’s most popular golfing destinations, with Algarve golf holidays drawing crowds year round, being home to more than 40 greens, with a handful ranked among the best in the world. And thanks to the stunning weather, you can enjoy a game year-round, with truly stellar views.
Want something more than fly and flop? Away from the fairways and oceanfronts, Portugal holidays offer plenty to do. The Algarve’s waterparks, pretty old towns and surfing spots are perfect for families. Sleepy Madeira, meanwhile, is all about the great outdoors.
There’s a reason why Albufeira’s one of the Algarve’s most popular resorts – it’s got something for everyone among its golden beaches, whitewashed Old Town and buzzy Strip.
Looking for luxury? Say hello to swanky Vilamoura. A stunning, yacht-filled marina trimmed by cocktail bars and gorgeous golden beaches are just the start of its best bits.
Uncover a traditional side of the Algarve in Alvor. Things take a relaxed pace in this dinky fishing village, where you can find centuries-old churches alongside waterfront bars.
Funchal, the capital of Madeira, is a historic town best known for its gorgeous gardens and pretty cobbled streets.
You won’t have to go far to find a great beach on your Olhos D’Agua holiday. Praia de Falesia sits close by, with its gorgeous golden sands backed by beautiful burnt-orange cliffs.
Albufeira | Almancil | Alvor | Armacao De Pera | Faro | Ferragudo | Vila Nova de Cacela | Carvoeiro | Lagos | Montegordo | Olhao | Olhos D’Agua (Albufeira) | Praia Da Rocha | Praia do Vau | Quarteira | Quinta Do Lago | Salema | Tavira | Vilamoura
Calheta | Camara de Lobos | Canical | Canico | Funchal | Machico | Ponta Do Sol | Prazeres | Ribeira Brava | Santa Cruz (Madeira)
Albufeira, The Algarve
Armacao De Pera, The Algarve
Alvor, The Algarve
Lagos, The Algarve
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