Luxury holidays in Porto de Mós

This unassuming Portuguese village is home to a mediaeval fortress, Jurassic preserves and rich artisan heritage. Natural pursuits are plentiful in the pleasantly rural Porto de Mós, where eco-trails, dramatic mountain ranges and majestic underground caves wait to be discovered.

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.

Getting there

  • Planes

    The 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.
  • Automobiles

    Porto 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.