Lisbon Weather February Averages, Portugal

What's The Weather Like In Lisbon in February?

February in Lisbon is mild and quite wet, but it's a good option if you want to escape the UK winter. You'll be able to experience the city in a more authentic way, seeing it as the locals do

Temperature

The average temperature is 12ºC with lows of 9ºC and highs of 16ºC.

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    Lisbon Weather for February 2019

    What's The Weather Like In Lisbon in February?

    February in Lisbon is mild and quite wet, but it's a good option if you want to escape the UK winter. You'll be able to experience the city in a more authentic way, seeing it as the locals do

    Temperature

    The average temperature is 12ºC with lows of 9ºC and highs of 16ºC.

    Sunshine Hours

    Lisbon has an average of seven hours of sunshine a day.

    Rain

    The average monthly rainfall measures around 85mm spread over about 15 days

    Wind

    Winds blow much stronger than in January and average around 16km per hour, which is a moderate breeze.

    Sea Temperature

    The average sea temperature is around 15°C, too cold in most cases for a dip in the ocean.

    Lisbon Hotels for February

    Residential Mar e Sol

    For a peaceful beach resort try Residential Mar e Sol. Considered by the proprietors as a guest house rather than strictly a hotel, it has been around since 1927. Situated on the most popular beach in Lisbon, next to the village of Costa de Caparica, it's only 20 minutes from the city centre and 30 minutes from the airport.

    Inatel Caparica

    A few blocks away is Inatel Caparica. A block or so off the beach, there are two pools, a bar and a restaurant. This hotel is situated in a forested area, the hotel has aircon, satellite TV and an outdoor pool. The bedrooms available are modern, clean and spacious. Situated inside the hotel is a restaurant and a bar, the Portuguese dishes you will find here are highly recommended.

    International Design Hotel

    Downtown you can't get a better location than that offered by International Design Hotel. Situated on the Plaza D. Pedro IV, the main square in the city, you will be only a short walk away from St. George's Castle and other popular sights. If the International Design is not to your liking, have a go at booking Hotel Santa Justa on the Rue de Santa Justa. The wifi and room mini bar are free, which work out as advantages for most guests. 

    The Dolce Campo Real Lisbon

    There are plenty of family-friendly hotel options in Lisbon. The Dolce Campo Real Lisbon is near Santa Cruz Beach and has a golf course and outdoor pool. It's located near the Adega Mae Winery and Tapada Nacional de Mafra Park.

    Penha Longa

    Penha Longa has an excellent kids club with lots of activities. Amenities for children include kids menus in all restaurants, a kids program including tennis, golf and horseback riding lessons, a games room with table tennis, mini-golf, snooker and other activities. There is an indoor pool and golf course, too.

    The Novotel Lisboa

    The Novotel Lisboa is a good option for the budget traveller. The location is near but not right in the city centre, the food is reasonably priced and it has all the amenities you need for a pleasant holiday, including a good-sized pool.

    Hotel A.S. Lisboa

    Hotel A.S. Lisboa is another good wallet-friendly pick. It has room rates as low as 17 euros per person per night. The location is not bad either – it's just outside the central part of Lisbon. The nearby Lisboa Tejo offers rooms for 27 euros per night. Both have rooms even cheaper during the off season, inclduing during the month of February, depending on occupancy. If you need something larger, My Place-Lisbon Lounge Suites offers 2-3 bedroom apartments for as little as £100 per night.

    Hotel VIP Inn Berna

    The Hotel VIP Inn Berna offers rooms for very reasonable rates and is centrally located near the Campo Pequeno bull fighting ring. Breakfast is not included.

    Olissippo Castelo Hotel

    The Olissippo Castelo Hotel is located in a very quiet area of Alfama with some of the greatest views of any hotel in the city. It is only a fifteen or twenty-minute walk to the centre of town, but the steep hill makes the climb back to the hotel challenging if you are tired after a long day of sightseeing. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby.

    Lisbon Beaches in February

    The Praia da Rainha beach

    The Praia da Rainha beach is a small but beautiful cove in Cascais. It's only two minutes from the train station, and the promenade runs right along the beach and area. There is no shortage of pubs, restaurants of various types and pricings throughout the area. The beach is a favourite with locals and tourists alike.

    Praia Grande Beach

    Praia Grande Beach is an ideal beach for surfing. Miles of sandy beach dominate the landscape. There is an international body-building competition held there every year. The surrounding hills are known for fossilised dinosaur footprints. The beach is very family oriented and well-loved by a younger crowd. 

    The Praia do Meco Beach

    The Praia do Meco Beach is located to the south east of Lisbon city centre. It is a very popular area for nudists given it's location away from the tourist areas. Not easy to get to by metro or public transportation, you will most likely want to rent a car if you are staying in the city and wish to visit.

    Bars and Restaurants

    The Restaurant 100 Maneiras

    Recommended places to eat and drink are aplenty in Lisbon. The Restaurant 100 Maneiras used to be in Cascais but moved downtown several years ago. Cod is the dish the chef is most famous for. The wine list is excellent, too. 

    Restaurante 11

    Restaurante 11 has very tasty southern Mediterranean cuisine. Located by Edward VII park, the views across the city towards the river are spectacular. The chef has earned a Michelin star for his culinary efforts. You will want to go back after visiting this restaurant. 

    The Café Nicole

    The Café Nicole, facing the main city square, is famous for its strong black coffee and steaks. Apparently, there has been a café in this same location since the 1700s. Pop in while you're wondering around the city and grab a coffee or romantic meal in the evening.

    Hot Clube

    For over 60 years the Hot Clube has been one of the world's premier jazz clubs. Located on the Avenue da Liberdade, the ambiance is worth a visit. If you love seeing live music, this is a recommended venue for it. Accompany the musical experience with a refreshing drink.

    Solar do Vinho do Porto

    Another fabulous bar set in a 18th century building in Barrio Alto is the Solar do Vinho do Porto. Drinks are reasonably priced and the Portuguese meats and cheese appetizers are excellent. You will enjoy this bar anytime of the day - whether you choose to visit day or night.

    Paradise Garage

    Clubs such as the Paradise Garage can be found all over Lisbon. The Paradise Garage has live music, a huge dance floor and a DJ on the weekends.

    Club Souk

    You can also check out Club Souk if you fancy a dance. This club is one of the most popular after hours clubs and after 3AM, when most clubs close, it can be very crowded. 

    Docks Club

    Another popular club is the Docks Club. Known for its ladies night, the club occupies a huge facility near the riverfront dock area. The Europa club has a very retro feel to it with a casual atmosphere. Parties from the previous night can continue well past the early morning hours and sometimes last until noon the next day. The club can be found in the Cais do Sodre by the waterfront.

    Things to do in Lisbon in February

    Hieronymites Monastery

    The Hieronymites Monastery is a fascinating building that is well worth a visit. Dating from the 16th century, there is an impressive stone exterior featuring many carvings and statues, and the interior has many frescoes, columns and vaulted ceilings.

    Praça de Touros do Campo Pequeno

    The Praça de Touros do Campo Pequeno is an impressive bullring famed for its orange stone and four towers with huge domes. Although no longer a working bullring, this is a multi event venue that even includes a shopping centre.

    Lisboa Card

    Tourists in Lisbon should consider purchasing the Lisboa Card. The card gives you free admission to many museums and tourist sites. Transportation using the card is free on the metro, tram and city buses. There are also other discounts offered by various merchants and restaurants.

    National Coach Museum

    The National Coach Museum is the largest museum of its type in the world and showcases an impressive range of vehicles dating from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. It's open 10am to 6pm daily and closed Wednesdays.

    Saint George's castle

    Saint George's castle, built by the Moors, is less than an hour's drive outside of Lisbon. This mountain castle is one of the most picturesque in Portugal. If you love history, you will without a doubt enjoy visiting this castle. 

    Lisbon Football Stadium

    A behind the scenes tour of the Lisbon Football Stadium is a must for die-hard UK football fanatics. You get to see all the VIP, training and changing room areas. Make sure you book in advance to secure your place.

    February events in Lisbon

    Festival

    Lisbon Carnival

    1st February 2020 to 22nd February 2020

    You'll have heard of the Rio Carnival in Brazil but it was actually the Portuguese that started the event. They brought the tradition to Brazil where it's now widely celebrated as a mega-carnival. The Lisbon party is celebrated all along the coast where everyone wears masks and juggles down the colorful streets. The Festival mainly takes place in Parque Nações. Join the party for fun, music, dance, costumes, beer, and traditional Portuguese food.

    Website:

    https://beportugal.com/carnival-portugal/

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