The leisure airline and package holiday specialist has announced it will recommence flights and holidays to Faro, one of its most popular destinations, from Monday.
Portugal has been added to the UK travel corridor list - meaning passengers arriving in England from the destination after 04:00 on Saturday will not need to self-isolate for 14-days.
Officials from the popular Portuguese tourism hotspots of Madeira and the Algarve have welcomed a UK government decision to add the country to the quarantine safe list.
Visitors planning a holiday in Portugal can now subscribe to a new travel insurance product, specially adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A month after reopening the tourism sector, Madeira has recorded only nine active cases of Covid-19. Officials argue this makes it one the safest destinations in Europe to visit.
Palácio de Canavezes, a former palace property visited by the Portuguese royal family and renowned for its thermal waters, is to become the latest opening from Campbell Gray Hotels.
The Algarve in southern Portugal has unveiled a new promotional video to highlight its pledge to welcome back visitors safely. The campaign has been launched following a series of strict measures put in place to ensure all visitors and locals can visit the region with confidence.
The Algarve in Portugal has been chosen to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix for the first time this autumn. The event will take place in October at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in Portimao.
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Luis Araújo, president of Turismo de Portugal, said: “We are extremely disappointed to hear that the UK government has made the decision to omit Portugal from the air bridge agreement.”
The Azores are a perfect destination for travellers who prefer nature experiences and for products such as hiking, whale watching, local cuisine and valuing traditions.
Madeira and Porto Santo Islands have been included in the global list of destinations exempt from the Foreign & Commonwealth advice against ‘all but essential’ travel. The duo is included alongside the Azores as the only two Portuguese territories to make the list.