Summer in Portugal can
be hot with average temperatures in the mid to late 30
degrees Celsius. Summer days are hot and long in
Portugal and during the peak of the day it is advisable
to stay out of the sun to avoid feeling ill.
Portuguese summers can
be hot and due to the temperatures the country seeking
out any kind of shade becomes a national past time
during the months from July through to September. You
may notice vehicles abandoned beneath trees and old
ladies sheltering beneath makeshift hats and you would
be wise to follow suit.
Summer in Portugal
though is about holidays and during the month of August
you will find
Portugal does tend to grind to a halt for
15 days during the holiday season as everyone heads for
the beach to take advantage of the weather.
Autumn in Portugal
a cooler period and also an enjoyable time with many of
the country's rural festas taking place during September
and October. The nights do begin to draw in and
temperatures once the sun disappears does tend to drop
several degrees. Average temperatures for autumn are in
the mid 20 degrees Celsius.