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Luxury Family Hotels In Portugal

Vila Vita Parc

Watersports and horseback explorations rounded off with Michelin-starred food and a superb spa

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Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon

Located on one of Lisbon's seven hills with┬ástunning views of the city; the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is in…

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Pine Cliffs Resort

Two pirate ships and a pool for remote-controlled boats, or sail the real thing from the hotel & villas' private…

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Anantara Vilamoura Algarve Resort

Formerly the Tivoli Victoria, Anantara Vilamoura Algarve Resort opens in April 2017 to offer families a luxury resort with traditional…

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Conrad Algarve

Stylish new hotel set in a prime corner of the Algarve with a charming kids club

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Martinhal Beach Resort & Hotel

A family-centric resort with a choice of suites and villas, much in demand, in beautiful Algarve setting.

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Martinhal Quinta

Luxury villas and townhouses in Quinta do Lago with private pools, kids club and dining options.

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Martinhal Cascais

Luxury hotel and villas in Lisbon with private balconies, kids club and dining options.

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Martinhal Chiado

Martinhal Chiado is the Martinhal family's latest opening, a unique city centre family hotel in one of Europe's most fascinating…

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Monte da Quinta Resort

Larger families can spread out in a villa or townhouse with all the resort's facilities at their disposal

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The Lake Resort & Spa

There are watersports on the resort's private lake and a choice of suites or apartments for families

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Portugal has an endless ream of long sandy beaches, beautiful architecture and a warm sunny climate year round. A short flight time of just less than three hours and the open attitude of the people towards families, make Portugal an ever popular destination for a luxury family holiday.

The country varies greatly from north to south, and coastal to inland. With its miles of clean, sandy coastline, water sports are very popular, and there are great opportunities for horse-riding around the wild landscapes.

Much of Portuguese cuisine centres on fish, including grilled sardines and the hugely popular bacalhau (dry cod). Evening entertainment abounds with plenty of open air cafes and tavernas and for wine buffs, Portugal’s famous Port Wine, or a nice bottle of Bastardo would whet the palate nicely.