Portugal tours include cruises down the Douro river, relaxed self-drive itineraries, short breaks to Lisbon, Porto, Madiera and more, and general holidays focusing on the world-class wines.
The Atlantic coast of Portugal has some of
the most picturesque scenery on the Iberian
peninsula. Combine the capital, Lisbon, with
the regional town of Coimbra and finish
with a stay in the...
Wine connoisseurs consider Porto and the
Douro valley as one of the premier wine
and port producing regions in the world.
This 7-day tour stays in Portugal’s second
city for 3 nights and then...
This tour combines Portugal’s two principal
cities of Porto and Lisbon, travelling
between the two on board the efficient and
fast train service. Staying in excellent city
centre hotels, there i...
This self-drive perfectly combines a city
break with coastal relaxation. Stay for 3
nights in the capital of Lisbon and then
drive south to the Algarve, where you can
enjoy a round or two of gol...
Discover the historical importance of Portugal while cruising the Douro
river. This 7-night cruise aboard the MS Amavida travels through the heart
of the Douro valley including visits to renowned...
We have highlighted the standard of accommodation featured on a tour immediately above the tour itinerary.
In some cases, tours include some departures in one category and some in another: you can see and select the different tour types under ‘tour variations’. For these tours, the itinerary is generally the same and just the standard of accommodation varies. However, if there are any variations in the excursions included, these are shown within the itinerary.
Superior: Most Cox & Kings tours fall under this category and are based in 4- or 5-star accommodation, or the best available.
Luxury: These tours will usually feature 5-star de luxe accommodation throughout.
Standard: Simpler in emphasis, these itineraries typically feature 3- and 4-star accommodation throughout.
Discovery: This type of holiday is best suited to the hardier traveller, as it will typically include some quite basic accommodation, possibly longer and rougher road journeys and, in some cases, more arduous activities, such as trekking.