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For the best chance to experience the warmest weather of the year, visit Portimão between the months of July and September, when average highs of 25°C are usually anticipated. Even the typical lows of 17°C during this time are pretty desirable. If you would prefer to avoid peak holiday season, it’s worth considering May or June, when temperatures generally reach 21°C and 24°C, respectively. Alternatively, October normally offers highs of around 25°C and lows of 15°C. Even during December, January and February, the weather is usually quite mild, rarely ever dropping below 8°C.
There are quite a few hotels in Portimão to choose from, and it should be fairly easy to discover a good bargain, particularly if you book early enough. Atlantic Hotels Studio 17, Mirachoro II Apartmentos Praia da Rocha and Plaza Real are all affordable options that come with ‘good’ ratings or higher. There are also a couple of five-star choices: Bela Vista Hotel & Spar and Hotel Algarve Casino, both of which offer prime beach-facing locations.Families will no doubt be keen to make their way to Praia da Rocha, the town’s popular beach, which is located at the point where ocean meets river. At least two more beaches – Praia dos Três Castelos and Praia dos Careanos – extend westerly providing yet more sandy options.Kids and adults alike are sure to enjoy Museu de Portimão, a monument to the town’s fishing industry of yesteryear, which reached its peak in the early part of the last century. As well as displaying machinery and equipment from those times, the museum also has an interactive exhibition that, among other things, charts the region’s geological history.This particular stretch of the Algarve coastline is quite spectacular and one great way of exploring it is by taking a boat down river and eastward to Benagil Caves. It’s a two-hour journey from Cais Vasco da Gama in Portimão to these naturally formed caves but it’s time well spent. Along the way, you’ll spot secluded bays, the beaches of Pintadinho, Caneiros and Mato, as well as dozens of little coves.

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