Welcome to Portugal
Hi, Welcome to the definitive free guide to all the hotels in Portugal that are have been awarded the label " Clean and Safe".
This label is awarded by the Portuguese Tourism Board to those that follow a stringent series of Health and safety protocols to make sure they are Covid free and that all the hygiene rules are followed giving them the stamp "Hotels Clean and safe".
According to the Publituris website, Portugal is the first European country to receive the ‘Safe Travels’ stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council
Please bear in mind this tool is an only guide, and it is your responsibility to make sure the hotel you choose meets all your requirements and health and safety standards.
Stay Informed stay Entertained
Com o espírito e a força que nos caracterizam, aos poucos fomos dando a volta. E Portugal voltou. Agora que já podes, vai. Visita o teu mar, o teu sol, o teu património e a tua cultura. Vai por tudo o que é nosso.
Official Video from the Portuguese Tourism Board. There’s something about Portugal that makes people feel comfortable. Discover the joys of familiarity. L.O.V.E. Portugal. Portugal loves you right back.
Touropia's 10 BEST places to visit in Portugal. Portugal’s varied geography ranges from the verdant mountains and vineyards from the north to the south not forgetting the Azores and Madeira islands, known for their lush landscapes and flower gardens.
AD - VAMOS SALVAR O VERÃO?
Criando conteúdos de vídeo que demonstram todas as medidas que estão a ser tomadas para realmente minimizar o impacto do que está a acontecer e para aumentar a segurança dos vossos clientes.
Can I catch coronavirus on the beach?
Based on the previous SARS and MERS breakouts and what we know today of COVID 19, scientist estimate that there is a very low risk of transmission through water. The bigger threat, even in the water, is being close enough to an infected person to directly inhale virus particles they exhale, sneeze, or cough. At this point, there is no information about contaminated sand being a potential transmission route.
So the risk of contamination through cough and sneezes from an infected person as well as touching contaminated surfaces is still there therefore it is important to always respect all the advice from the WHO and regularly and thoroughly clean your hands and avoid touching your face and keep social distancing. Those are paramount for a safe summer!
According to the Publituris website, Portugal is the first European country to receive the ‘Safe Travels’ stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council.
This specially designed stamp was created to allow travellers to recognise governments and businesses around the world which have adopted health and hygiene global standardised protocols – so consumers can experience ‘Safe Travels’.
This document in Portuguese tells you all you need to know about all the hygiene protocols Hotels have to meet in order to get the clean and safe label.