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Offbeat Portugal

Offbeat Portugal is a boutique incoming Tour Operator and DMC, specialized in crafting unique and tailor-made travel experiences in Portugal, to the discerning travelers.

We believe luxury is no longer about the most expensive services, but instead, experiencing a destination in genuinely authentic ways. It's all about insider access over acquisition and experiences over owning things and this is what we want to offer to our clients.

As our name suggests, unusual, unique and unconventional is the DNA of Offbeat Portugal, so our clients can trust us to always show them the off the beaten track side of Portugal, always with a positive impact in our local communities.

Offbeat Portugal is part of the following groups: Portugal Travel Agents

Featured trips & expertise

Ponta do Poiso waterfall on the north coast of the Madeira, Portugal
14 Days in Portugal - 5 Unique Itinerary Ideas

Two weeks in Portugal gives you ample time to enjoy the highlights at a relaxed pace. Spend time in both Lisbon and Porto — complete with private guided tours and gorgeous day trips — while also adding time further afield, on the beaches of the Algarve or on an island like São Miguel in the Azores. Take a road trip, explore the Douro Valley, or tour the broader Iberian Peninsula by combining Portugal with neighboring Spain in one vacation. Read on for more unique itineraries.

Lagos, Portugal
7 Days in Portugal - 6 Unique Itinerary Ideas

With a week in Portugal, you can see the highlights of Lisbon and Porto, or enjoy a deeper exploration of a specific region like the Algarve. You can also let your interests inform your trip: History buffs can enjoy private guided tours of palaces and pilgrimage sites, foodies can taste Douro Valley wines and take hands-on culinary workshops, and active travelers can enjoy day hikes to cliffs, forests, gardens, and mansions. Read on to get inspired by these unique trip plans for every type of traveler.

Portugal in October: Travel Tips, Weather, and More
Portugal in October: Travel Tips, Weather, and More

One of the finest months to visit Portugal, October brings a riot of fall colors and some glorious clear days. While rains begin to fall on the north, the south is still largely sunny, making this a terrific time for coastal hiking, slow touring in the rural interior and even the odd beach day. The crowds are drying up in the cities and at the country's Unesco World Heritage sites, too, making this the perfect month for exploring in peace.

The sun sets over the Ria Formosa and Faro
Sailing the Algarve: Lagos to Faro - 4 Days

Spend four days enjoying nature and the Algarve coast on this relaxed itinerary. Enjoy sweeping views of the coastline from Lagos to Albufeira, taking in stunning rock formations and pristine beaches, stopping to snorkel, swim, and paddleboard as you like. End the trip in Faro after sailing through the Ria Formosa Natural Park, spotting endemic wildlife, exploring islands, and picnicking on Culatra Island.