Weather and Historic Climate in Portugal

Portugal is an interesting choice for the summer traveler. Portugal’s position on the west coast of the Iberian peninsula is responsible for mild summer temperatures and little rain except for the occasional shower in the north. In winter, the northwest of Portugal is first to receive winter storms—and they can be intense. Further south, the frequency of rain drops to around 2 days a week or less for regions like the Algarve and Alentejo.

Portugal Weather Map

The interactive map below allows you to access the weather and historic climate data charts for the listed cities, just click a city and you’ll be taken to the appropriate data to help you plan your Portugal Vacation.

The labels in green indicate the five traditional, administrative regions of Portugal that exist on the mainland. Two others are the Island groups of the Azores and Madeira.

faro weather and climate information sagras weather and climate graphs Lisbon Weather and climate graphs Evora climate and weather charts Porto weather and climate information Penhas Douradas weather and climate information Coimbra weather and climate information braganca weather and climate page Viano do Castello weather and climate information

Links to Weather and Climate Data

Here are text links to the same cities, from north to south by region:

Norte: Viana do Castelo | Braganca | Porto

Centro: Coimbra | Penhas Douradas

Lisboa: Lisbon

Alentejo: Evora

Algarve: Sagres | Faro

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