Discover boutique hotels in Sagres, Portugal

When to go

This sunny spot sees little rain throughout the year. Temperatures peak between July and September, ranging from 26°C to 35°C. Spring and autumn are pleasantly twentysomething degrees, and winter never gets more nippy than around 10°C.

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Getting there

  • Planes

    The region’s main hub is Faro. Ryanair (www.ryanair.com) fly in from all across the UK | including Bristol | Birmingham | Liverpool and London Stansted. EasyJet (www.easyjet.com) flights also depart various UK airports | including Newcastle and London Gatwick. International travellers are likely to need a change in Lisbon.
  • Trains

    Comboios de Portugal (www.cp.pt) links up the land’s railways. It has services which call it at most major cities, including Lisbon, Coimbra and Porto. In the south, the handiest stations are Faro and Lagos, reached by regional CP routes.
  • Automobiles

    The main road leading south to the Algarve is the A2 | or | closer to the coast | the N120. The A22 runs right along the bottom | up to the Spanish border. Hertz (www.hertz.com) has hire car centres in both Faro and Albufeira.
  • Taxis

    Taxis don’t really roam these parts and there aren’t any ranks, so your best bet is to book one ahead. Try Táxis Salmonete on +351 282 624 501/450.