Anyone considering a vacation in Portugal, should think about staying in a holiday rental villa in Aveiro Region. Here, it is possible to stay in a quiet area, but still have good access to all the things that this part of Portugal is most famous for, such as the beaches and historic cities. A rental villa has everything that is needed for people to feel right at home from the moment that they step through the door. Well furnished and decorated, the fully fitted and equipped kitchen means that meals can be prepared in the villa, saving on the need to dine out every night. Swimming pools are also a feature of some of the self catering accommodation in the Aveiro region.
A holiday rental villa in Aveiro Region is the perfect place to relax and unwind, but some people may also want to try some leisure activities during their stay. The coast is an obvious choice for water sports lovers, and swimming, windsurfing, snorkelling and water skiing number amongst the possibilities. Inland, there are a number of hiking and cycling circuits that can be explored from the self catering accommodation in Aveiro region, and Portugal is renowned for its many splendid golf courses.
The city itself is perhaps the first place of interest that could be visited during a holiday in Aveiro region, and it has a history dating back to at least the 10th century. Aveiro has a number of attractions to be seen, such as its lighthouse, the cathedral and a canal network. Other suggestions for places that can be seen on day trips from the holiday rental villa in Aveiro region include Oporto and Lisbon, which are both perhaps best reached by rental car. This would then also give the opportunity to take scenic coastal drives on the way there and back.
One of the factors that brings tourists to Portugal is the excellent weather that the country, particularly on its coastal regions, enjoys. It offers year through fine weather, although the months between mid May and early October are the most popular times to take a holiday rental villa in Aveiro Region. The daily average high temperatures during this period are at their best, being at 24 degrees Celsius, and even at night, it is rare for the temperature to drop below 15 degrees. Rainfall is minimal during this time, but picks up between October and February when over 100mm falls per month.
The best point of entry into the country is probably through Lisbon airport (LIS). Although there may be closer airports to the self catering accommodation in Aveiro region, this airport has the widest selection of flights. From the UK, travellers can choose from British Airways who fly out of London Heathrow (LHR) and Easyjet who fly out of a handful of smaller regional airports including London Luton (LUT).