The Portugal Tourism Board (Turismo de Portugal) has created the Clean & Safe program to assure visitors that businesses in the tourism sector are taking appropriate measures to prevent and control the spread of the coronavirus.
All of the hotels we offer in Portugal have earned this certification. For more information on this program, click here.
|Algarve: The Algarve is one of Portugal’s most popular destinations for visitors. Located on the southern coast of the country, the Algarve has 100 miles of coastline that spans from the border with Spain to the town of Sagres, which is the most south-westerly tip of Europe. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Cascais: Located 30 minutes from Lisbon, this tiny fishing village has grown into an elegant cosmopolitan town that attracts many visitors with its sandy beaches, pedestrian streets and fashionable shops, restaurants, and bars. In the early 20th century it was a favorite resort by European nobility and kings. For a selection of hotels, click here|
|Coimbra: This historic town was Portugal’s first capital. Six of the country’s kings were born here, and the first two are buried here. Many visit to explore the historic buildings of the country’s oldest university that is located on a hilltop in the medieval old town. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Evora: Located about an hour and a half east of Lisbon, the historic town of Évora is known for its stunning medieval walls, unique churches and a 16th century aqueduct designed by military architect Francisco de Arruda. Évora has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Lisbon: The capital of Portugal is located at the mouth of the Tagus River. It is the oldest city in Western Europe, and one of the oldest cities in the world. It has a rich history, offering visitors everything from historic castles, cathedrals, and museums, to the second largest indoor aquarium in Europe. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Óbidos: Óbidos is an enchanting walled town rich in history located about an hour north (80 km) of Lisbon. Entering the village through the Porta da Vila gate, visitors are transported back to medieval times. It’s charm was so endearing that king, D. Afonso Henriques, presented the town as a gift to his wife in 1148. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Porto: Portugal’s second largest city is perhaps best known for the fortified name that bears its name. Many visit the city to tour the wine cellars and enjoy wine tastings. The city is also full of old world charm, with a lovely riverfront promenade, historic monuments, and ancient narrow streets and alleyways. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Pousadas: The Pousadas of Portugal is a group of hotels located throughout the country that offer guests a stunning selection of historical properties, including converted castles, monasteries and palaces, that have been updated with modern amenities. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Sintra: This enchanting town boasts fairy tale palaces, incredible vistas, and a castle that was once the summer residence of the monarchs. It is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site. The colorful Pena Palace, perched on a hilltop, is considered one of the Seven Wonders of Portugal. For a selection of hotels, click here.|
|Tomar: Located an hour and a half north of Lisbon, this historic, charming and culturally rich town was the last Knights Templar town to be commissioned. Tomar played a significant role during the Portuguese Renaissance and is home to the 12th C. Convent of Christ, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For a selection of hotels, click here.|