• Sarah Blake

An airbridge to Portugal

No one's denying this has been tough, but with the confirmation by the Portuguese Ambassador that Portugal has offered the UK an airbridge agreement, we have every reason to be hopeful that we can start travelling again to this beautiful country very soon.

With flights starting at the beginning of July, that means that you'll be able to holiday on the Algarve without the 14 day quarantine when you arrive or, crucially, return to the UK, once the agreement is signed.

Bars, restaurants and beaches are open in Portugal, social distancing rules are in place, but with true Portuguese flair, this delightful nation is ready to welcome British tourists in as little as 3 weeks. Hotels, apartments and hospitality venues have been trained by the Portuguese government on how to keep customers safe and you'll be offered the usual "bem-vinda" on arrival.

And with average Algarvian July temperatures of 29 degrees,

I can't think of anywhere I'd prefer to be...can you?

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