- Portugal All inclusive holidays
Spain may occupy the largest portion of the Iberian Peninsula, but if you want a beach holiday on the Atlantic coastline, Portugal is probably the better option. The land border between the two countries, at more than 750 miles in length, is the EU's longest and gives Portugal its distinctive long, narrow shape, similar to that of Chile. This naturally means the percentage of coastline is much higher compared to the total land area of Portugal, and this is only boosted even further when you take into account Portuguese-owned island territories like the Azores and Madeira.
All-inclusive on the Algarve
The Algarve takes its name from Portugal's position at the very western end of mainland Europe, and literally translates into English as 'The West'. It's historically the most popular destination for holidaymakers in Portugal - not just including overseas visitors, but also those travelling from elsewhere within the country, and this is always a good sign in respect of the quality of a particular holiday hotspot. Many of its permanent residents are British expats too, so you can expect to be well catered for during your stay if you want food that is more of a taste of home, or even if you want an English-language newspaper to read.
All-inclusive on the islands
There are several island groups owned by Portugal, although they typically operate as autonomous regions. They include Madeira, known all over the world for its fortified wine, which tries to recreate the flavours that developed during long ocean-going voyages. The Azores are another Portuguese archipelago, way out to the west of the European mainland in the North Atlantic Ocean. The Gulf Stream keeps the climate mild and consistent all year round, with winter lows of about 16°C and summer highs of about 25°C, making a temperate and attractive holiday destination.
What will be included in my package?
It depends on the particular all-inclusive package holiday you book, but generally all-inclusive holidays to Portugal will cover the cost of your flights and accommodation, food and drink. Specific hotels might operate different rules on when you can get a full meal over the course of the day, similar to a full board holiday, but typically with much more generous limits on the amounts you can be served. Cheap all-inclusive holidays to Portugal are a great option for families, as snacks and drinks are provided throughout the day, usually with no extra cost.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Portugal?
With one of the best climates in Europe, incredible beaches, mountains and historical cities, there’s not much time to think about anything else in Portugal. Book all-inclusive holidays in Portugal and you can enjoy the convenience of having all your meals prepared for you, with drinks included too. That means you won’t miss a minute of beach time, whether you’re in the Algarve, stunning Silver Coast or enigmatic cities of Lisbon or Porto.