We know it’s not for everyone, but for the person that’s reading this; this is for you. Our blog is our little piece of spring break treasure. A place where die-hard/curious adventurers can discover great tips and advice on how to get the best out of their Spring Break experience. Our team share everything from top tips, anecdotes, testimonials and general updates. Basically, everything for anyone that’s coming (or even thinking about coming) to Spring Break Portugal.
Spring Break Portugal is an international festival with guests from all over Europe and despite the great progress made with tackling Covid-19, international travel remains restricted and uncertain.
As a result we regret to announce that Spring Break Portugal 2021 will be postponed to Spring 2022. We deliver this news with reluctance, however, the health of our guests and their families is always our first priority.
Portugal is one of the most popular holiday destinations, awarded the best European Tourist Destination by the World Travel Awards in 2019, winning an impressive total of 39 prizes overall. And it’s not hard to see why. Spring Break Portugal takes place in Albufeira, the largest, liveliest and most energetic of all resort towns in the Algarve.
Have you booked your package to Spring Break Portugal 2020? if you haven’t then you might want to get a move on.
“It’s going to be too expensive, once you add in flights and hotels…”
Well, no. Not necessarily. Spring Break Portugal is still some time away, which means both flights and hotels are the most affordable they’re going to be right now. And to show you just how affordable they are, I’ve compiled a list of 8 great hotels with two options in each price range, so that’s one excuse to cross off of your list!
You’ve been looking forward to spring break since… well let’s face it, last spring break! Only for you to get there and experience things like allergies, rashes and sunburn! Issa NO from me! I want to have that golden tan, be refreshed, hydrated and ready to laugh and dance till the sun comes up. Here’s a few best practices on how to avoid it all going wrong: