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Portugal vacation rentals

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Camper/RV in Arrabal
Retro 60s camping bus turned into home
The camping bus is inserted in a private property, is surrounded by trees: orange, fig, chestnut and walnut trees, overlooking a large expanse of olive trees that can be seen well from the first floor. There is an outdoor terrace with a barbecue and table for 8 people, a hammock to enjoy the sunny afternoons listening to the birds or if you prefer your favorite playlist with Bluetooth ambient music system. The property has two spaces with garden access and an outdoor swimming pool Inside the complex there is always someone available to inform or clarify everything that is necessary, from suggestions to places to visit of great artistic or gastronomic cultural interest that exists in the region. Located in a rural area in Leiria, the space benefits from the location in the middle of the vegetation, providing an immersive experience in nature. Take a walk down the Major Valley Road. Close to services (gas station, bank, pharmacy and bakery).
G$31,849 GYD per night
Cabin in Costa da Caparica
Beach Cabana Costa da Caparica
PARTIES ARE NOT ALLOWED This Cabana is located on the beach at Praia da Saude, one of the most beloved beaches of Lisbon's famous Costa da Caparica, a gorgeous stretch of white sand beach dotted with seafood restaurants, surf schools and candy-colored cottages. On the beach, the cabana is made to enjoy a unique moment. Sun. Surfing. Serenity. Caution: to respect the area, no party allowed!
G$92,392 GYD per night
Hut in Oldrões
Lemon retreat/ bungalow with private pool
Bungalow with private pool, inserted in a Lemon tree farm. Unique place, where you can enjoy the sounds of nature, and relax in the calmest and most peaceful environment. In the farm,we have free horses and ponies,in a space on the farm with an electric fence, properly signposted, which do not interfere with the guests' dynamics but add their positive energy to the stay.
G$21,632 GYD per night

Homes in Portugal

Home in Colares
Stunning beach house on the cliff
G$52,976 GYD per night
Home in Comporta
Villa Laranjeiras with heatable pool, Comporta
G$125,029 GYD per night
Home in Estreito da Calheta
Swimming pool in Fajã da Ovelha - Casa da Maloeira
G$38,187 GYD per night
Home in Budens
Quinta da Fortaleza 36 - Swimming Pool,Sea View
G$143,475 GYD per night

Apartment rentals in Portugal

Apartment in Nazaré
All Ocean View Apartment - Nazare
G$27,214 GYD per night
Apartment in Nazaré
Lovely Studio/Apartment in Sítio da Nazaré 2
G$18,257 GYD per night
Apartment in Nazaré
G$14,348 GYD per night
Apartment in Nazaré
Lovely Studio/ Apartment in Sitio da Nazaré 10
G$29,514 GYD 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.

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.

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.