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Villa for 8 people, with pool and terrace
8 pers.4 bedrooms3.9mi to the beach
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Villa for 6 people, with garden
6 pers.3 bedrooms2,368ft²
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(31 reviews)
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Villa for 12 people, with garden and pool
12 pers.4 bedrooms2,368ft²1mi to the beach
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Villa for 34 people, with pool and garden as well as jacuzzi
34 pers.9 bedrooms3,444ft²600yd to the beach
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Villa for 10 people, with garden and pool, child-friendly
10 pers.5 bedrooms2,691ft²350yd to the beach
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Villa for 9 people, with pool and garden
9 pers.3 bedrooms2,153ft²1.1mi to the beach
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Villa for 8 people, with garden and pool
8 pers.3 bedrooms861ft²
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Villa for 15 people, with garden and pool
15 pers.4 bedrooms2,034ft²1.1mi to the beach
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Villa for 6 people, with balcony, child-friendly
6 pers.3 bedrooms1,615ft²0.6mi to the beach
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Villa for 6 people, with pool and garden
6 pers.3 bedrooms1,884ft²0.8mi to the beach
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Villa for 6 people, with terrace and pool
6 pers.3 bedrooms1.6mi to the beach
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(6 reviews)
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Villa for 12 people, with jacuzzi and garden as well as pool
12 pers.5 bedrooms2,583ft²900yd to the beach
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Villa for 8 people, with terrace and pool
8 pers.4 bedrooms1.2mi to the beach
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Villa for 9 people, with pool and terrace
9 pers.3 bedrooms2,368ft²1.1mi to the beach
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Villa for 6 people, with pool and garden
6 pers.3 bedrooms4,413ft²1.8mi to the beach
(9 reviews)
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Villa for 20 people, with garden and pool
20 pers.7 bedrooms2,745ft²1.1mi to the beach
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Villa for 4 people, with garden and pool
4 pers.2 bedrooms2,034ft²0.9mi to the beach
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Villa for 10 people, with pool and garden
10 pers.5 bedrooms2,691ft²2.2mi to the beach
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Highlights in Portugal

  • Outdoor adventure
  • Villas in Portugal
  • Nature getaway
  • Seaside destination
  • Family vacation destination
  • Hiking trails
  • Water sports destination

Most popular amenities for Villas in Portugal

Pool 10,770
Internet 22,380
Pets allowed 4,441
Balcony/Terrace 15,754
TV 22,748
Air conditioning 12,665

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Luxurious villas close to the beach

If you are looking for luxury villas in Portugal to enjoy those relaxing Vacations with which you have been dreaming so much, Holidu makes it very easy. Find the widest range of villas located mainly on the coast, very close to the beach or at the waterfront in the area of Lisbon, the Algarve, Sintra, Cascais, Viana do Castelo, Porto, and in the idyllic islands of the Azores and Madeira. Do you know where you are going to rent your villa in Portugal?

Spacious and comfortable villas

You can find from traditional villas that preserve the essence of the country to modern and stylish ones with avant-garde design. State of the art kitchens with open plan floors and incredible glazing systems that will let you gaze at the blue ocean while you enjoy breakfast at the countertop. All of them are equipped with all the amenities you need during your stay. Add a few filters to search if you want a private swimming pool, a manicured garden, lovely outdoor areas and patios and your own parking space. In addition, many have barbecue, which will allow you to organize fun meals when the good weather arrives and al fresco dinings during those warm summer nights. Large villas can accommodate up to 8 or 10 people so they are ideal for families and groups. Your furry little friends are welcome too!

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Portugal for nature lovers

From north to south and from the Azores to the island of Madeira, Portugal offers an incredible natural landscape of incomparable beauty with more than 500 miles of beaches of fine white sand, which makes it an ideal destination sun worshippers and beach tourism. But Portugal is more than just sand, sun and sea. A swirling dramatic natural area with parks, mountains, rivers and shores. Explore the Rio Douro Valley, the Azores, Madeira, Mondego River, The Sado Estuary Nature Reserve or the Nature Park of Serra da Estrela. Combine a vacation close to the sea with amazing daily outings in nature.

Portugal for food lovers

Portuguese cuisine, influenced by the Mediterranean one it’s known for its delicious seafood, spices and olive oil. From tasty sardinhas assadas (grilld sardines) to salted cod, the dishes in Portugal will raise your taste buds in Lisbon and beyonds. Indulge in octopus slathered in olive oil or try the cataplanas de marisco, an authentic seafood feast! Esat some tamboril rice, a feijoada with beans, porco preto or the traditional stew, cozido à portuguese. But a good menu is complete when you add the icing on the cake - portuguese puddings! Eat some torta de Viana in Viana do Castelo or the sweet queijadas and the pastéis de Belém in Sintra. Try some delicious egg custards in Lisbon. The Coimbra district is well known for their manjar divino and we can assure its promising name, heavenly delicatessen, does not disappoint. At the beaches, you can enjoy a fresh beer with a few Berlim balls filled with custard. The Portuguese islands also offer local mouth watering sweets. In the Azores, you can indulge in some light cavacas or a few irresistible folares de Páscoa, very typical during Easter. Have we convinced you yet?

„Did you know that Portugal has the longest bridge in Europe? This is the Vasco da Gama Bridge, which measures 7 miles and crosses the Tajo river in northern Lisbon.“

Top 7 travel tips in Portugal

1. Follow tides, not schedules!I

If you are a surfing enthusiast, you cannot miss the opportunity to visit Ericeira, the first World Surf Reserve in Europe and the second in the world. But Nazaré also stands out, where its gigantic waves are only suitable for the most daring. Explore the raw and beautiful coast of the Algarve and the terrific surfing spot in Sagres. Along the Vicentina Coast, Arrifana and Praia do Amado are very popular within the surfing community. The first one with gentle waves and the second, with strong currents and steep waves to challenge the dare devils and advanced surfers. The gigantic waves of Praia do Norte or the powerful ones of Peniche known by surfers as “The European Pipeline” will challenge you to the next level! Just a beginner? Start getting on your feet riding the waves in Costa da Caparica. Get on your board and ride the best waves in the capital of surf!‍

2. Play some golf in the Algarve

Portugal is a country that enjoys an enviable climate, which allows you to enjoy its luxurious professional golf courses almost all year round. Incredible fairways, challenging greens and beautiful designed country clubs surrounded by incredible landscapes scattered throughout the country, although it is mainly in the Algarve. Have a great day swinging your clubs with the stunning backdrop and the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It’s tee time!

3. Follow the wine tour routes

Portuguese are great wine lovers as well as producers. Portugal is a country with a great wine tradition, producing high quality and exclusive wines that make them a true reference worldwide. A great way to discover the Portugeuse wines is in Northern Portugal where you can enjoy the popular vinho verde in Guimarães, Braga and Amarante. Follow the wine route from Cávado to Lima that will take you on a memorable trip along Barcelos, Viana do Castelo, Ponte de Lima and Arcos de Valdevez. There is also a route near the border with Galicia where you will enjoy a fresh alvarinho in Vilanova de Cerveira or in Caminha. Raise a glass and make a toast!

4. Discover the traditional Portuguese crafts and the superb jewelry

Make your trip to Portugal really special by buying priceless and unique pieces of jewelry. If you are a great jewelry enthusiast, you should know that Portugal has a long tradition in this fine art appreciated worldwide. Fusing modernity with the best of Portuguese tradition you will find intricate designs and gold filigree bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Back in the day, gold was very appreciated but now silver is preferred by many customers. Furthermore, you will also find embroidery, lace, tapestries, ceramics, wrought iron and other crafts you can take home as a souvenir. Admire or buy the most appreciated item of all, the Viana hearts. These popular and gorgeous curved hearts are to Portugal what the Fabergé eggs to Russia. You will easily spot them popping up in different fabrics and tablecloths too!

5. Go to Madeira

This archipelago comprises 4 islands of stunning beauty that have allured many travelers over the years. Madeira captivates you with a fabulous year round climate, wonderful fauna and flora, beautiful beaches and stunning sites. Wander the parks and gardens full of exotic flora and colorful flowers. Do you like photography? Find truly outstanding spots to capture picture-perfect views of the ocean, the towering cliffs, impressive outcrops and peaks and the picturesque, rustic villages of Funchal, Camara de Lobos, Machico or Porto Moniz. Mingle with the locals in the celebration of the carnival, the parades, the lovely Flower Festival, New Year’s festivities or the Christmas lights effects.There is always a reason to celebrate!

6. Lisbon, the capital

Lisbon is a multicultural hub where different tastes and senses blend in perfect harmony by all the cultures that have been around over the centuries. The historic past of each borough still boasts a village feel. Wander the Pombaline streets of Baixa, stroll along the river, visit the area of Belém and the Parque das Nações. Enjoy the beaches, the natural parks or cultural routes tailored to your interests. Listen to the World Heritage Fados, an expression of art and music that you can hear at any fado house and bars. Make sure you get on the tram! It is a fun way of exploring the city.

7. Visit charming Porto

Opening up like a pop-up book from the banks of the Rio Douro, Porto will draw you in with the nuances of an aged tawny Port wine, a historic center with the hilly streets of Miragaia, Ribeira and Massarelos, sumptuous food, coastal walks and impressive street art and cutting-edge architecture. The culinary scene keeps growing with lauded chefs shaking the pans and wowing all diners with elaborate menus at the Euskalduna Studio by Vasco Coelho or creative dishes by Vítor Matos at Michelin-starred Antiqvvm. Indulge in Petiscarias (Portuguese-style tapas bars) and endless Port cellars. Enjoy Porto!

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Wonderful Locations in Portugal

Plan your next vacation in the Iberian Peninsula of Portugal. Located in Southwestern Europe, Portugal is the westernmost sovereign state in mainland Europe and on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The country also includes the archipelagos and autonomous regions of Azores and Madeira in the Atlantic Ocean. Whether you want to visit the bustling capital city of Lisbon or head to a nature reserve like the Berlengas, you will be able to find a location for every need. The territory has a rich history and it is been settled in by various cultures ever since prehistoric times. From pre-Celtic and Celtic people to Phoenicians-Carthaginians to Ancient Greeks and the Romans, you will be able to discover endless historic landmarks and unique structures while in Portugal.

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Whether you are looking to spend your vacation in a city, near the beach, in the middle of nature or in the suburbs, Portugal will be able to provide you with rental properties all over. Imagine waking up in your accommodation and having a view of the Atlantic Ocean outside your window. Take a stroll around one of the many nature reserves before having a barbecue with friends in your private garden. Bring your pet along with you on vacation and let him run around your patio while you are visiting the museums. These are just some of the many memories you could be made in Portugal.

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Portugal for outdoor activities

With the many natural landscapes that can be explored in Portugal, you will be able to find many outdoor activities in the country. Take a trip to Madeira to admire some wonderful mountain views. Being the best destination for hikers in Portugal, here you can find an amazing summit that even peaks over the clouds. The more popular trails here are the Pico de Arriero and the Pico Ruivo, however, you can also find shorter trails around the villages. For a more adventurous option, head to Limite Zero which will provide a 2,362ft long ride that goes from Sanlucar de Guadiana to Alcoutim, all across the Guardiana River.

Portugal for food lovers

Portuguese food is globally known for a reason. You will be able to find some of the freshest seafood while visiting the area. However, there are plenty of cuisine choices in Portugal, ranging from traditional Portuguese cuisine to exotic food. Experience some upscale dining at The Yeatman in Porto. This restaurant was awarded two Michelin Stars and serves a fish tasting menu that eloquently represents the sea life of the Atlantic. Another amazing choice is Casa Guedes, which provides more affordable prices in a casual restaurant. One of the most popular dishes in this restaurant is their pork sandwich with melted cheese.

„Did you know that Portugal is the oldest country in Europe?“

Top 7 travel tips in Portugal

1. Mosteiro dos Jeronimos

You will find this iconic monastery located in Lisbon. Built-in a Manueline style, the interiors of the South Portal and the tomb of Vasco de Gama is not to be missed.

2. Oceanario de Lisboa

If you are traveling to Lisbon with the entire family, this is a perfect attraction to visit. Here you will be able to learn about marine conservation and admire creatures from the Antarctic, Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans.

3. Palacio Nacional de Sintra

This marvelous central square is famously known for the massive round chimneys that are located on top of the structure. This palace was built in the 14th century and it's the oldest palace in the country.

4. Matosinhos Beach

Spend the day at one of the most stunning beaches of Porto. This long strip of golden sand is the ideal place to go surfing or just to sunbathe and relax with the family.

5.Torre de Belem

You will be able to find this tower located in Lisbon. Built-in 1521 this tower was made to guard the River Tagus. Now the structure is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

6.Furnas Lake

This Crater Lake is notoriously known for its blue crystal waters and hot springs. Here you will find the ideal spot to go kayaking or discover the local flora and fauna.

7. Convento de Cristo

Situated in Tomar this building was founded in 1160 and was used by the Order of the Knights of the Templar. Here you can learn about the history of the Templars and visit the Masonic artwork.

FAQs: Villas in Portugal

When travelers are preparing for their vacation to Portugal, which filters are the most important for them?

Judging by the database from Holidu, when travelers browse for villas in Portugal, the most selected filters are: pool (55%), internet (22%), and balcony (13%). Last year, most of the travelers chose at least one of these options when finding the perfect villa.

Which types of facilities can you find in the villas in Portugal?

Among the amenities offered by Holidu, it seems that the villas in Portugal offer everything that vacationers want! Here, the villas generally include a variety of facilities, the most popular being: internet (93%), pool (85%), and balcony (78%)...Pretty cool!

What are the reviews like for the villas in Portugal?

On average, the villas have rather positive comments. Last year's data reveals that 35% of villas have a rating of 4.5 stars. This is a relatively high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are many which are very comfortable and will be the perfect choice for your next vacation.

Are the villas in Portugal suitable for vacations with children?

Judging by the Holidu database, 66% of villas in Portugal are suitable for vacations with children, it will therefore be easy to find the ideal villa for you and your children.

Are the villas in Portugal suitable for travelers who wish to take their pets on vacation?

Certainly! In Portugal, 18% of the villas accept them, 39% also have a garden!

Do the villas in Portugal tend to offer an internet connection?

Certainly! According to Holidu's database, 93% of villas in Portugal offer Wi-Fi. It is therefore no problem for you to will be able to browse the internet throughout your stay!

How much does it cost on average for villas in Portugal?

According to last year's data, less than 40% villas in Portugal costing less than $100 per night. They can be quite expensive, 11% even cost on average more than $500 a night.

Do the villas in Portugal typically have a fireplace or a pool?

For sure! According to Holidu's database, the villas in Portugal are perfect in summer and winter. Here, 34% have a fireplace and 85% a pool.

Are the villas in Portugal suitable for vacations in large groups or better for a weekend break as a couple?

Here, based on last year's data, 59% of villas are suitable for up to eight people, 53% of these villas contain at least four bedrooms. But 98% of villas are also perfect for families of up to four people, 97% of the villas have at least two separate bedrooms. Portugal is therefore the ideal destination for big and small families alike!

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