Villas in Portugal

Portugal is a holiday paradise with 500 miles of wonderful coastline, over 3,500 hours of sunshine each year, and charming, courteous people who welcome visitors wholeheartedly.

The combination of long, clean, sandy beaches and sheltered coves, some of the best sporting facilities in the world, excellent seafood and exceptional wines are an unbeatable combination.

Discover a plethora of holiday villas in Portugal, each exuding its own unique charm and character, providing the perfect retreat for travelers seeking relaxation, adventure, or a blend of both. From opulent, luxury villas in Portugal adorned with modern amenities and lavish comforts to charming, quaint villas offering an authentic experience steeped in tradition, there’s an accommodation choice to cater to every desire.

We have a wide range of holiday villas in Portugal – just let us know your requirements and we’ll help find your dream villa.

Featured Portugal Villas

Casa Salute
Praia da Luz, Algarve

From: £1022 per week

Bedrooms: 3 | Sleeps: 5

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Terras Altas
Vale de Parra, Albufeira, Algarve

From: £1337 per week

Bedrooms: 4 | Sleeps: 8

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Olhos d'Agua, Albufeira, Algarve

From: £1638 per week

Bedrooms: 2 | Sleeps: 4

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Casa Katrina
Quinta do Lago Area, Algarve

From: £2366 per week

Bedrooms: 6 | Sleeps: 12

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The Dunes
Lisbon Coast

From: £3794 per week

Bedrooms: 3 | Sleeps: 6

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Villa da Mare
Albufeira, Algarve

From: £5796 per week

Bedrooms: 5 | Sleeps: 11

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Casa do Alma
Boliqueime, Algarve

From: £6097 per week

Bedrooms: 6 | Sleeps: 12

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Villa Borromeo
Albufeira, Algarve

From: £6699 per week

Bedrooms: 6 | Sleeps: 13

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Vale do Lobo Area, Algarve

From: £7770 per week

Bedrooms: 6 | Sleeps: 12

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Portugal Holiday Villa Destinations

The different regions of Portugal vary enormously. Whilst holidaymakers typically select the well-known and loved Algarve Coast, many now opt for the history, culture and stunning beaches of the Lisbon Coast or the delightful sights of the Porto region. If you’re undecided just let us know and we’d be happy to help you choose which destination will suit your requirements.

We have an abundance of villas to suit every budget. Family friendly villas, countryside retreats, stunning beach front properties and honeymoon hideaways – we really do have something for everyone! We also have limited mobility villas in Portugal, with Villa Jazz and The View both wheelchair accessible.

Useful Information When Visiting Portugal

When to Visit Portugal

Portugal is mild and sunny all year round and has a particularly long summer season with toasty warm temperatures from April to September. In the Algarve, the average maximum temperature is 28 degrees Celsius in the summer with 12 hours of daylight and a dry heat. Average temperatures are only slightly lower on the Lisbon Coast, and it enjoys a welcome breeze in the hottest summer months.

Driving from Lisbon to the Algarve has never been easier with the journey taking a leisurely two and a half hours.

Passport & Visa Information for Portugal

If you are travelling from the UK to Portugal, you can check the up to date entry requirements here.

We suggest signing up for email alerts which means you will be notified if something changes for entry to Portugal:

For more information, you can also check the Portuguese Government Portal.

Capital City

Lisbon City is a delightful metropolis full of historic buildings, designer shops, food markets, wine bars, fabulous restaurants, streetside cafes and numerous other tourist attractions. If you are staying in one of the nearby resorts, we encourage you to squeeze in a day trip to the capital if you can as you will not be disappointed. Foodies will love the Lisbon cuisine and you will need your camera at the ready to capture the amazing buildings, gardens and spectacles along the way.



What is Portugal most known for?

Portugal is known for many things, from beaches and culture to wine and food, that attract many visitors year after year.  It’s also known for attracting visitors from the UK who fall in love with the weather, cuisine and the people who wholeheartedly welcome them. From the beautiful beaches of the Algarve to the stunning architecture of Lisbon, there is much to see in this fascinating country. And for those with a passion for golf, Portugal’s world-famous courses are an irresistible draw.

When is the best time to go to Portugal?

June-August is the high season and is the best time for the beach if you prefer warmer temperatures. If you want to escape the crowds and enjoy lower costs, plan your trip for the low season, which is November-March.

What is Portugal’s national food?

Bacalhau (dried, salted cod) is Portugal’s national dish. Other famous Portuguese dishes include piri piri chicken and pastel de nata, a Portuguese egg custard tart pastry.

What is the coldest month in Portugal?

The coldest is January at 12°C (54°F), while July is the hottest month in Algarve with an average temperature of 23.5°C (74°F).


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We LOVE talking about villas and holiday destinations. Use our ‘Inspire Me’ section to discover the perfect property for you and your travelling companions. Remember, you can contact us anytime to discuss your holiday plans. With our first-hand knowledge and experience of each area and the properties within, we can guide you along the way to finding your dream holiday and can answer any queries you may have. We are holiday enthusiasts here at The Villa Agency and we are here to help!