With its rugged coastline, sandy beaches and world-class golf courses, Portugal is a destination ideal for relaxation and adventure. Discover its magical cities, meander round its cobblestoned villages and enjoy its rich and varied cuisine. Escape to the nearby island of Madeira for an equally magical experience. With almost 300 days of sunshine a year, warmth is almost guaranteed.
With its warm temperatures, watersport-friendly beaches, and kilometres of smooth cycle paths, Portugal is perfect for an active holiday.
With a breathtaking landscape, great outdoor activities, and a multitude of places to sip Madeira wine and eat seafood, Portugal is perfect for an adults-only getaway.
Hip seaside bars, cool swimming spots, world-class restaurants, and sweeping golf courses make Portugal ideal for a luxury vacation.
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Sensimar offer luxury adults-only holidays for those looking for peaceful child-free surroundings. Whether you’re flying solo, in a couple or with a group of friends, relax by the pool or unwind in the zen-like spa. By night, indulge in the local and


international gastronomic options and enjoy mellow, laid-back entertainment. And you’ll love the modern bedrooms with flatscreen TVs and spacious bathrooms. In some cases, there’s even direct pool access.


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A Robinson break in Portugal is perfect for families or groups of friends looking for an active, adventurous holiday.  Set in a beachside location with spectacular coastal views, it offers top-of-the-range activities from golf to tennis, led by in-house professionals.


Those looking for a healthy holiday will love the mix of healthy international and local cuisine on offer. The spa will help you relax and unwind after an energetic day of activities. So dive right in for a holiday with the perfect mix of sunshine and adventure.


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From fabulous beaches to world-class golf, there’s nothing the Algarve doesn’t do well. The beaches are standout, from pretty coves to family-friendly stretches at Praia da Oura, and in Albufeira there’s great nightlife and an old town with beautiful churches and cobbled streets.



Slap bang in the Atlantic, the island of Madeira is covered in bright flowers and surrounded by even prettier coves and bays. Funchal, the capital, is a warren of colonial buildings with a sparkling marina, and for lounging, the beach at Calheta is fabulous.


Porto Santo

Forty kilometres north of Madeira, off the coast of Africa, this tiny island is new to the tourist trail. Covered in a dusting of powdery volcanic sands and higgledy-piggledy villages there’s a pretty view at every turn. Play golf, do watersports and enjoy the long lazy beaches.


When To Visit Portugal

The Algarve has long sunny days and temperatures of around 30°C in summer. In spring and autumn, the thermometer lingers in the mid-20s, and even in winter, you can expect highs that hit a comfortable 20°C. Madeira is quite rainy in winter, with low temperatures.

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