Welcome to our selection of holiday rentals in Tabua, Portugal.
A visit to Tabua is a treat for people who want to take in the outdoors while on a holiday. No surprise, considering that it is sandwiched between the River Mondego and the River Alva and is close to the Serra do Caramulo and Serra do Acor. The place is well known for its walking routes, horse riding, canoeing and many other holiday activities.
Start your holiday with a round of water sports. Take in the spectacular views along the river with a spell of canoeing. You can hire the necessary equipment locally. If not too comfortable doing that, book yourself into one of the guided canoe tours to take in the sights while gliding serenely across the river. Tours run from June to October.
If you enjoy hiking, the Caramulo and Accor mountains are the place to head to. They provide plenty of trails you can explore while enjoying the scenic lush countryside and the wooded landscape. You can choose a trail that suits your comfort level. Being in the mountains, some of them are quite rugged and best suited for those who enjoy a strenuous hike.
Move on to some biking activity from here. You can take in the countryside through bike rides along trails that offer spectacular views. Horse riding is another popular sport in the region and there are several companies that hire equipment. You can also book lessons and tours.
Ever wondered what a bread museum is all about? Head to the National Museum of Bread at Seia to know how Portuguese Bread is made. You will get to know the whole process of this unique art right from flour milling to baking bread and biscuits in a traditional bakery. In fact you can have a go at it yourself and even take home what you bake! If you are visiting with family, it’s something the children will remember for long! You will have a whole new perspective about bread when you learn how it played an important political, religious and social role in human history.
If you are visiting in December, you can have a great time celebrating Christmas and New Year under the sun. There are Funchal displays and nativity scenes that herald the festive season.
Portugal’s weather is influenced by the sea and so is pleasant and mild during the winter months. If you prefer to spend your holiday in a warmer climate, spring and autumn are best times to visit. Any time you visit, Tabua will leave a lasting impression with its natural beauty.
Looking for self catering holiday accommodation in Tabua, Portugal? Then below is a selection of holiday villas in Tabua and holiday apartments in Tabua that can be rented direct from their owners. You can either click on each listing for further details or you can use our search engine on the left if you are looking for something in particular.