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The public holidays in Portugal
When are public holidays in Portugal?
|New Year's Day||Jour de l'an||January 1st||Saturday, January 1st|
|Good friday||Vendredi Saint||April 2nd||Saturday, April 2nd|
|Freedom Day||Fête de la liberté||April 25th||Monday, April 25th|
|Labour Day||Fête du travail||Mai 1st||Sunday, Mai 1st|
|National Day||Fête nationale||June 10th||Friday, June 10th|
|Assomption||Assomption||August 15h||Monday, April 15th|
|Republic Day||Fête de la République||October 5th||Wednesday, October 5th|
|Independance Day||Jour de l'indépendance||December 1st||Thursday, December 1st|
|Immaculée conception||Immaculée conception||December 8th||
Thursday, December 8th
|Christmas Day||Jour de Noël||December 25th||
Saturday, December 25th
Motorhomes in Portugal
The motorhome, also called a recreational vehicle (RV), is a vehicle that is equipped with a shower, toilet, and beds and can accommodate 2 - 7 people. Drivers only need...
Luxury Coaches in Portugal
Spacious and luxurious, these motorhomes can accommodate up to 6 people and are generally recommended for those who desire maximum comfort. The living area is large and i...
Campervans in Portugal
The Profile motorhome is equipped with a shower and toilet, beds and offers all the necessary comforts for your journey.
A wonderful country to visit by motorhome as there is good infrastructure and the people are welcoming
If you prefer to visit the north with its unique traditions, check motorhome availability in advance
One-way trips are not possible here. Lisbon to Porto is unfortunately impossible!
Camping along the beaches is tolerated but be discreet. Long may it last!
Choose to travel in the countryside and stay at farms and you will not be disappointed