The climate in Portugal

Enjoy the sunny days of Portugal

Climate

With its Mediterranean climate, Portugal is characterized by dry summers and hot associated with relatively mild winters. Indeed, temperatures in Lisbon rarely drop below 10 ° C in winter while in summer you can enjoy a pleasant heat of around 32 ° C.

As for the temperature of the ocean, it oscillates around 20 ° C, which makes it a very refreshing water in summer and agreeably warm in winter.

As for sunshine, it is optimal in Portugal, with more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Which makes it an ideal destination at any time of the year.

News

Follow the economic, political and other news concerning Portugal.

Madonna pays homage to Portugal

The pop star, who lives in Lisbon for two years, released June 14, a new album largely inspired by her experiences and meetings in Portugal.   https://www.instagram.com/p/ByNchM4hA6T/  ...

Vinci will create a second airport in Lisbon

  The French group of construction and concessions continues its growth in the air. He acquired sixteen platforms in one year. On the south shore Tagus, at the end of a road lined with umbrella...

Madonna Announces She’s Moved to Portugal

She's always on the move! Madonna, a woman who is known for the ability to reinvent herself anywhere and at any time has done it again—this time in Portugal. The "Vogue" singer has bucked the hustle...

Exports increase almost 10 percent in January

The Portuguese economy minister revealed in Brussels this week that the increase in Portuguese exports, which he described as “accelerating greatly”, also showed the country was going through a...

Portugal, the best destination 2017

First elected best European destination 2017, Portugal has not finished receiving distinctions and awards. The country of fado and pasteis de nata recorded record figures last year, results due to...

Portugal, 2nd time winner of the World Travel Awards

For the second year in a row, the World Travel Awards has given Portugal the title of the best tourist destination in the world. But that's not all, Portugal has also been rewarded for its golf...
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