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All Inclusive Holidays to Portugal

Offering everything from wide stretches of shimmering sands to secluded sandy bays, Portugal is made for relaxing breaks in the sunshine. Add to this hotels that provide everything else you could need, world-class golf courses, fine dining and quaint towns and you'll have a getaway to remember.

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Fly from the UK to Portugal in just under two and a half hours and a kaleidoscope of landscapes and sightseeing awaits.

With average July temperatures sizzling at around 25°C, a break to Portugal comes with the promise of blue skies, lazy beach days and a host of activities.

The Floating Garden Island otherwise known as Madeira has green valleys and waterfalls with a sprinkling of family-run tavernas and cafe-lined squares in the capital, Funchal.

Madeira's little sister island, Porto Santo is a tranquil alternative to other Portuguese destinations. With a rugged coastline, 10-kilometre long stretch of beach and a volcanic interior there's scope for picturesque picnics and active hikes.

But, for the ultimate in beach holidays the Algarve is certainly up there as Portugal's premier beach destination, boasting an array of good-looking beaches, stylish resorts like Alvor and chic shopping malls.

Nearby beaches

In the Algarve there are a host of beaches to choose from, many of which have the coveted Blue Flag status for cleanliness, facilities and safety. Alvor is a popular spot with a stretch of sands with loungers and beachfront shops.

Beaches on Madeira are different from what you'd expect on the mainland. The island's volcanic origins can be seen in the unusual black sand beaches such as Prainha. The biggest stretch of shoreline is Praia Formosa, close to Funchal, which offers a mix of pebbles and sand edged by a cafe-lined promenade. Or for an escapist vibe head to Doca do Cavacas with its volcanic pools and rustic natural beauty.

Porto Santo's capital, Vila Baleira, has an impressive stretch popular with both visitors and locals. And on the other end of the scale, escape the crowds in Praia do Penedo, a relaxed spot that still has a beach restaurant on hand for refreshments.

What’s included in your holiday

When you book an All Inclusive holiday it generally means that all your transfers, buffet meals, locally produced soft and alcoholic drinks and plenty of entertainment is included in the upfront price of your holiday. All the essentials are paid for before you set foot on the plane and sometimes sporting activities are included too. There could be an additional fee to pay for some activities so it's worth checking what's included in your package when you book. And have a look at the All Inclusive hotels below for full descriptions of what they cover.

Other All Inclusive holiday destinations

If you're not sure yet, there are many more destinations that offer excellent All Inclusive deals. The Caribbean is a classic choice offering endless blue skies, swaying palms and ivory coloured beaches. Sunny Cyprus is a popular mainstay or the Cape Verde Islands are an up and coming destination offering sunshine and beaches.

However, if Portugal sounds like the place for you check out our travel guide to start planning your trip. Here are a few hotels to start you off.

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