Why Portugal?
Portugal has much to offer as a holiday destination: an amenable climate, golden sandy beaches and pretty countryside landscapes, sleepy villages and buzzing cities, gastronomic delights and friendly people!
Why a villa?
A private holiday rental adds up to considerably less than a hotel stay, as well as offering the benefit of more spacious accommodation, private grounds and swimming pool, plus flexibility on meals.
Why AB Villa Rentals?
Our featured properties stretch from the north to the south of Portugal, with many located near beaches and golf courses.
Years of experience & personal service!
Operating since 2003, AB Villa Rentals have the edge on local knowledge enabling us to give you the best advice about where, why, and when to go.
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Almond Blossom Villa Rentals specialises in exclusive holiday rentals in Portugal with a personal booking experience.
The properties listed are all quite unique and recommended for very special reasons: location, charm, style or standard of service!

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São Miguel 3 day travel guide

The Azores (Açores in Portuguese) is an autonomous region of Portugal and consists of nine islands, the largest of which is São Miguel. The islands of Pico, Terceira, São Jorge, Faial, Flores, Santa Maria, Graciosa, and Corvo are nearby, accessible by either ferry or small plane, but they require time and advance planning to get to. Here are some recommendations for…
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Meet the team!

Meet the team! Operating since 2003 and being locally based, AB Villa Rentals is proud of the knowledge and personal service it offers those looking for exclusive holiday rentals in Portugal. But as a pocket-sized setup, we also rely on a number of special people, who make it all come together…
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The Azores tea culture

It all started with Catherine of Braganza!   While it’s fairly common knowledge that the Western world has China to thank for the original cultivation of this tannic brew, it’s far less known that it was the Portuguese and in particular, princess Catherine of Braganza in the 17th Century who inspired…