If you’re looking for a holiday with sun, sea and sightseeing, a Portugal holiday package from Qatar Airways Holidays will get you there — all with a dash of luxury. Whether you’re looking for a city break in the sun or a relaxing beach holiday, there’s a Portugal luxury hotel that’s right for you.
Trips to the Portuguese capital of Lisbon and the bustling city of Porto are ideal for those wanting classical European beauty, history and culture along with great weather. The Algarve is idyllic with its luxurious resort hotels in picturesque towns by the sea, making it perfect for those wanting to soak up the sun on the shore.
Portugal Holiday Packages
Portugal travel packages from Qatar Airways Holidays let you experience a luxury stay in Portugal alongside the more traditional aspects of the country so you can tailor your holiday to suit you perfectly.
Whether you want the sights and sounds of the city or a relaxing beach holiday, we can help you find your dream Portuguese holiday.
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Portuguese, with English spoken in main tourist areas
What you can get up to in Portugal depends entirely on where you choose to stay so you should keep this in mind when booking your Portugal tour package. The Algarve in particular is a popular beach destination and some of the most well-known beaches include Salema, Praia da Oura and Praia de Sao Rafael. You can, however, meander along the coast to find more secluded stretches of sand or, if the beach isn’t for you, simply lay back and relax by your hotel’s swimming pool for a quieter time. If you’re into thrill-seeking, many of the beaches offer activities such as surfing and at some there is even aerobics for fitness fanatics.
Portugal is also one of the best golfing destinations in the world, so if you fancy some easygoing sport in the sunshine, you can spend time perfecting your technique or even getting lessons from a seasoned pro.
If sightseeing is more for you, the likes of Lisbon and Porto are great bases for your holiday. Lisbon has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and both cities have a variety of galleries and museums to keep history buffs entertained.
If a Portugal culinary tour is on the cards, you will not be let down. Portuguese cuisine is diverse and exciting, varying from locality to locality. Coastal regions focus more on fish and seafood, while inland you will find more meat and vegetable dishes on the menu. Eateries range from small, family-run establishments to luxurious restaurants serving fine cuisine so there is always plenty of choice.