Luxury holidays in Porto de Mós
When to go
With a typical Mediterranean climate, there’s really no bad time to visit Porto de Mós, with mild winters and toasty summers. As a quiet, largely residential town, you’ll have plenty of space to explore, even during peak season.
PlanesThe closest international hub is Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado Airport. Flights arrive here from Europe, Asia and the Americas. There’s no direct public transport to Porto de Mós so arrange a transfer or book a taxi that will get you there in around one hour and 20 minutes.
AutomobilesPorto de Mós is easily walkable, but if you plan on exploring the surrounding Leiria district and Centro region, a car is recommended. Cut your journey times in half by using the toll roads – for €20 you can purchase a toll card allowing you unlimited use of all electric toll highways for three days.