João Fernandes, president of Algarve Tourism, said: “We are obviously delighted with the news that Portugal will be on the green list, and are very ready to welcome British visitors to the Algarve.”
The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office has updated its travel advice for a number of destinations, potentially clearing the way for the restart of travel.
Located in the historic city of Lagos, Cascade Wellness Resort enjoys a breath-taking cliff-top setting with unrivalled ocean views. Here Silvana Pombo, general manager of the property, outlines her approach to tackling the challenges of the past year
Travellers from Ethiopia, Oman, Somalia and Qatar have been banned from entering England in an attempt to slow the spread of new variants of Covid-19.
The Wyndham Grand Algarve will relaunch this spring having undergone a complete €5 million transformation in Quinta do Lago, the most exclusive and sought-after location in Portugal.
VisitPortugal has launched an inspiring message to travellers from the United Kingdom in the form of a YouTube video which calls for a focus on responsible and sustainable tourism in 2021.
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Authorities in Portugal have released footage of 516 Arouca, an adrenaline raising suspended pedestrian bridge in Arouca, just outside of Porto.
Portugal, Hungary, French Polynesia and Réunion have become the latest countries removed from the quarantine safe list - with travellers expected to isolate for 14-days on return.
Scotland and Wales have both asked arrivals from Portugal and parts of Greece to isolate for 14-days on arrival, but England and Northern Ireland have held off.