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Vacation rentals in Portugal

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Cottage in Budens
HOUSE BY THE SEA, dream beach 50m, 2 BR, 4 persons
Former fishing house on two floors with private courtyard. Architectural highlights in Moroccan style. Located in the beautiful old town center of Salema. The excellent beach is less than a minute's walk away. From the entrance you can access the open kitchen, living and dining area overlooking the oasis-like courtyard, which is attractively decorated with high-quality stone work. A small decorative pool (not for swimming) completes the cosy ambience. With a book in hand and feet in the cold water basin, you can relax and recharge your batteries on hot summer days. The bathroom with double shower and shower toilet is located on the ground floor of the house. The two open bedrooms upstairs are each equipped with a queen-size bed under the cozy sloping ceiling. Each bedroom has direct access to the sun terrace with lounge furniture. A great night's sleep. You can hear the wind in the palm trees and the surf in the distance. Guests have access to all areas as they rent the entire house. For all questions, we are reachable (mail and telephone) and have people on site who can look after the house and be helpful. Within 100 meters there are restaurants, bars, shops, kayaks and stand up paddling rental and a fish sale directly to Fang. Salema is a charming fishing village, from the beach excursions by boat are offered. In the hinterland, the Monchique mountain range beckons with healing springs. Other activities include horseback riding, yoga, various water and recreational parks, water sports such as sailing, jet skiing or surfing. Wonderful sunsets can be experienced at the Cabo de Sao Vincente.
$177 per night
Rental unit in Nazaré
All Ocean View Apartment - Nazare
Este apartamento, situado numa encosta da vila da Nazaré e a 600 metros da praia, garante vistas espectaculares para o Oceano Atlântico. O apartamento dispõe de 2 quartos, sala, cozinha equipada, 2 casas de banho e uma varanda panorâmica. O acesso Wi-Fi está disponível gratuitamente em todo o apartamento. A 300 metros do famoso sitio da Nazaré, onde poderá apreciar o mar com as famosas ondas gigantes. O apartamento fica a 1 hora de carro do Aeroporto de Lisboa. Falamos o seu idioma!
$122 per night
Home in Braga
Beach House - Amazing front water spot
Wake up, you are on the beach...!!! This true beach spot gives you the privilege of living on the beach, take the breakfast at the beach... and dinner on the beach... Located on the Apulia dunes , this old fishermen shelter was transformed in to an magnificent front house beach, on the terrace you can take sunbaths by the wind protected, you can enjoy every day the sunset over the ocean and sleep by the waving sound.
$160 per night

House rentals in Portugal

Home in Colares
Stunning beach house on the cliff
$235 per night
Home in Comporta
Villa Laranjeiras with heatable pool, Comporta
$616 per night
Home in Estreito da Calheta
Pool & comfort in Fajã da Ovelha, Casa da Maloeira
$185 per night
Home in Quarteira
House near Golfe Villa Luz at Vilamoura
$748 per night
Home in Penafiel
Douro Villa with swimming pool, Penafiel, Portugal
$374 per night
Home in Vila Verde
Villa Foulon - Fur Farm
$155 per night
Home in Viana do Castelo
Amonde Village - Casa P * Comfort & Quality
$121 per night
Home in Abação (São Tomé)
Imagine yourself here! Great views , Guimarães.
$150 per night
Home in Câmara de Lobos
Casa da Rocha (NEW)
$219 per night
Private room in Aljezur
XS Village - Arrifana Suite (private bathroom)
$99 per night
Home in Lagos
Fabulous Beach Villa in Amazing location.
$545 per night
Home in Valença do Douro, Tabuaço
House with Private Pool.
$137 per night

Holiday house rentals in Portugal

Home in Comporta
Aunt Emilia's House A3
$192 per night
Home in Arco da Calheta
House with pool and sea view Pearl of Calheta
$416 per night
Home in Baião
CasasdoCasinhotoD-Rustic House (pool; river view)
$107 per night
Home in Lagoa
Seafront View next to the famous “Benagil Caves”
$926 per night
Home in Câmara dos Lobos
Marcellino Bread and Wine II
$96 per night
Home in Calheta
In peaceful Prazeres | Quinta Inácia Old Cottage
$130 per night
Home in Sagres
Sunrise Villa - Private pool and Sea view
$406 per night
Home in Silves
CASA do PLANALTO, nature, vineyards and golf
$631 per night
Home in Ferragudo
Ferragudo, 16-person luxury Beach House
$908 per night
Home in Albufeira
Algarve Villa with Sea View
$263 per night
Home in Fajã Grande
Moinho da Cascata (Waterfall Mill)
$321 per night
Home in Aldeia do Meco
Palms, pool and pets
$406 per night

Portugal holiday vacation rentals

Treehouse in Mondim de Basto
Poldras getaway
$122 per night
Cabin in Costa da Caparica
Beach Cabana Costa da Caparica
$472 per night
Rental unit in Lagos
Perfect apartment for 4 in Lagos!
$182 per night
Rental unit in Quarteira
T2 Sea front Quarteira Algarve. 30 m2 terrace
$143 per night
Condo in Nazaré
Panoramic Views I - Terrace, Sea Views & Pool
$161 per night
Chalet in Sintra
A calm chalet with pool in Sintra
$115 per night
Rental unit in Albufeira
★Blue Ocean Apartment★1 Minute to Oldtown & Beach★
$118 per night
Rental unit in Nazaré
Luxury Beach Apartment with Panoramic Ocean View
$159 per night
Condo in Lisboa
Explore a New Apartment in a Hip Neighborhood
$139 per night
Rental unit in Porto
Beach Temptation
$161 per night
Serviced apartment in Nazaré
Apartment T3 Nazaré for Férias (Sea Front Al)
$175 per night
Villa in Portimão
NEW! Historic villa with direct beach access
$565 per night

Your guide to Portugal

All About Portugal

With historic cities, extravagant castles, idyllic beaches, and a renowned food and wine, Portugal offers visitors myriad memorable experiences. In the capital city of Lisbon, you’ll find incredible street art-covered buildings as well as historical landmarks like the 16th-century Tower of Belém — a UNESCO World Heritage site. St. George’s Castle towers over the city, while the spectacular neo-Gothic Santa Justa Lift rises above the rooftops for stunning views. Lisbon is famous for pastéis de nata, custard pastries created by Catholic monks in the 18th century, and people line up out the door of the local bakeries for the delicious treats.

Porto is Portugal’s second city, and its old town — which is a designated UNESCO Heritage site — is lined with cobbled streets, ornate churches, and beautifully tiled buildings decorated with distinct blue and white tiles called azulejos. It’s also the place to sample the country’s most famous wine, port.

On the west coast, you’ll find the narrow streets and opulent palaces of Sintra, while in the north, you can explore picturesque waterways from inside a gondola in Aveiro. The island of Madeira boasts incredible landscapes and charming villages, as well as fresh seafood and delicious Madeira wine. And you’ll find some of Europe’s finest beaches in the Algarve in southern Portugal, with stunning limestone rock formations that tower over the sand.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Portugal?

Portugal experiences year-round sunshine, so anytime is a great time to secure a vacation rental in a city or along the coast. Depending on the region, though, the weather each season can vary. In the south, the Algarve enjoys long, hot summers and short, mild winters. Lisbon experiences hot summers and rainy winters, while in Porto and the north, summers are hot and winters can get chilly. Spring and fall are pleasant throughout the country, with warm days and mild evenings.

Portugal hosts festivals and events all year round. Carnivale takes over Lisbon in February with street acts, costumes, and parades. In May, the streets of Madeira are covered in flowers for the Flower Festival. Towns and cities come alive for the Santos Festivities (Celebration of the Popular Saints) in June with parades, traditional street dances, and fresh sardines. And in September, Porto celebrates Port Wine Day, with plenty of festivities spotlighting the famous drink.

What are the top things to do in Portugal?


Less than an hour from Lisbon, the town of Sintra features picturesque villas, palaces, and castles. Visit the ancient ruins of the Castle of the Moors, dating back to the eighth century. See the stunning architecture of the Regaleira Palace and Gardens and Monserrate Palace with its subtropical gardens. The highlight of the town, sitting high on a hill, is the spectacular pastel-painted Pena’s Palace — a former summer retreat for the royal family surrounded by lovely pine forests.


The Algarve town of Lagos sits at the southernmost tip of the country and features beautiful pristine beaches and the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Ancient Moorish walls circle the town center, which is home to lovely squares full of cafes and shops. A highlight is Ponta da Piedade headland south of the town — a series of dramatic cliffs featuring incredible naturally formed grottos and sea caves.


In the west, the town of Obidos is protected by an imposing eighth-century fortified wall. Walk through it into the town to find a magnificent medieval castle and ornate churches. The cobbled streets are full of vibrant squares with cafes, shops, and markets alongside whitewashed houses. The town is famous for its Medieval Festival in July, featuring jugglers, wandering minstrels, jousting knights, and a bounty of meat on offer.