Averages for Carvoeiro in February

Carvoeiro: February

Once a sleepy fishing village, Carvoeiro is becoming a bustling tourist destination with each passing year. Nestled on the rugged southern coast of Portugal, Carvoeiro offers natural beauty, historic ruins and a relaxed atmosphere to travellers. Winter is still lingering in February with temperatures settling between 8°C and 17 °C and 7 hours of sunshine per day.

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  • Temperature Temperature 13°C 55°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 17°C 63°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 8°C 46°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 6 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 72 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 7 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 17°C 63°F

Carvoeiro: February

Once a sleepy fishing village, Carvoeiro is becoming a bustling tourist destination with each passing year. Nestled on the rugged southern coast of Portugal, Carvoeiro offers natural beauty, historic ruins and a relaxed atmosphere to travellers. Winter is still lingering in February with temperatures settling between 8°C and 17 °C and 7 hours of sunshine per day.

Weather

The daily average temperature for Carvoeiro in February is approximately 13 °C. The resort still sees some rainfall during the month with an average of 72mm of rain expected. During winter months, the weather is cooler than the rest of the year. However, it's can still be quite warm during the day. Pack a jacket and some cover ups just in case of milder temperatures. It's generally during the night when the temperature dips so if you're going out in the evening then a jacket is highly recommended. The highest ever recorded temperature for Carvoeiro in February has been 23 °C with the lowest being one degree Celsius. However, temperatures are usually within the averages of the month. Humidity for the resort is around 77% but you shouldn't feel any discomfort. The weather at this time of the year is ideal for exploring the area. The sea temperature is around 17°C which may prove too cold for some, though others may enjoy a quick swim.  

Stunning Algarve coastline around Carvoeiro

Where to stay

Even if it is raining outside, your whole holiday can still be bright if you choose the best accommodation. At the Pestana Palm Gardens, you can relax, unwind and revel in the luxurious accommodation. The Pestana Palm Gardens have 78 townhouses on offer for tourists to purchase or rent. You can have the privacy of using an equipped kitchen while sharing the amenities of the hotel. With glorious ocean views, the beach is only 200 metres away from the complex which makes it the perfect choice for those who intend to spend time sunbathing or taking part in water sports. Guests can enjoy a heated outdoor pool, the use of a gym and tennis courts and have some downtime in the sauna. On-site there is also a library, children's playground, free Wi-Fi, restaurant, snack bar and table tennis. Furthermore, if you enjoy playing golf, the Vale do Milho Gold Course is less than one mile away from the complex.

Wooden footbridge from coast into Carvoeiro town

Another beautiful hotel is the Rocha Brava Village Resort. Located less than two miles away from Carvoeiro, this complex offers 100 rooms with bathroom, washing machine, kitchen equipment and some have sea views. Guests can make use of the three swimming pools, four tennis courts and on-site gym. There's also a restaurant, bar, coffee shop, supermarket and free Wi-Fi and parking. Located on the top of a cliff in stunning maintained gardens, it's close to several attractions with free buses travelling to the beach and Carvoeiro three times per day.

Things to do

Even though there is a strong chance of rain during February, it's the perfect season to explore the countryside and to skip that last day at the beach; take a look at the weather forecast to help decide how to spend your time. The countryside around Carvoeiro is spotted with plentiful and beautiful villages like your holiday hot spot. Outdoor tours offer snorkelling and cycling tours around the Algarve; the province that Carvoeiro resides in. You can also take a walk to enjoy the scenic views that the region has to offer. As the temperatures are milder at this time of year, it's perfect for taking a hike. You can take a trip over rough terrain, view the beautiful nature spots of the Algarve and stop off for a coffee on your way back.

Olhus d'Agua, near Carvoeiro. Photo by Sue

Restaurants and nightlife

The cooler temperatures in February may mean that many travellers aren't visiting Carvoeiro. However, despite it not being peak tourist season, many restaurants will still be fairly busy. At Ele and Ela, there is a buzz all rear round. This small restaurant has outstanding meals and you can dine in a romantic and intimate setting. It's a little more expensive than what you would normally expect in Portugal but you won't be disappointed with your dining experience.

A newer addition to Carvoeiro is Hexagone Restaurant. Serving Mediterranean dishes, this spacious and modern establishment has a wood burning fireplace to warm up a cold night while you enjoy your meal or a glass of wine. From salads to meat dishes, there are lots of options for the majority of tourists to relish. After dinner, you can have a cocktail or other beverage from the bar. You can make a night of it or head off to one of the many bars in the area. 

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