Can a Holiday Get Things Together Again?
Portugal is a beautiful country full of stunning beaches, fascinating culture, medieval castles, and pretty villages, which is why millions of tourists go there every year.
Some visit Portugal for the chance to enjoy quiet afternoons meandering through isolated hillside villages, whereas others are only interested in spending their time soaking up the sun in exclusive Algarve resorts.
Whatever your idea of a perfect holiday, Portugal should be your number one choice if you are planning a romantic break.
Is Booking a Romantic Break a Good Idea
Holidays can be very stressful for couples.
We place such high expectations on a week with our other half that inevitably the time spent together fails to tick every box.
It might be that your partner is keen on taking sightseeing trips every day whereas you were hoping for a few lazy afternoons enjoying a romantic siesta in your villa or hotel room, or perhaps you haven’t spent much time together of late due to work and family commitments, so it feels odd to be thrown together for hours at a time – what on earth is there to talk about?
Put the Romance Back into Your Relationship
Although holidays together can be stressful, with a bit of forward planning and the willingness to compromise, a romantic break with your partner does not need to descend into bickering and arguments.
If it all goes well, a short break with your other half in a picture-postcard location such as Monte da Quinta in the Algarve will soon put the love and romance back into your relationship.
Plan the Perfect Romantic Holiday
The devil is in the detail when planning a perfect romantic break: get the location or accommodation wrong and you may as well forget about having a lovely time because you will be far too busy trying to make amends with your irate partner.
It is tempting to think that love is all you need, but try telling that to your other half when you arrive at your ‘luxury’ villa to be met with two single beds and an army of cockroaches scurrying around in the shadows.
Location Location Location
Everyone has their own idea of what constitutes the perfect romantic getaway, but in general, a sunny location suits most people.
The sunshine is a great aphrodisiac and once you have spent a couple of days soaking up the rays and unwinding, your relationship will soon be back on track.
However, even though a hot sunny destination is perfect for a romantic holiday, it is better to avoid the busy resorts if you want some privacy with your loved one.
For example, booking a villa in an exclusive Algarve resort such as Monte da Quinta will afford you privacy and luxury, plus the option to enjoy lots of great facilities.
Is a Villa Better than a Hotel
Each has its pluses and minuses, but in general, a villa is a better choice if you want to enjoy some uninterrupted private time with your loved one, free from the noise of people in neighboring hotel rooms.
A villa will also very often have a private pool, so if skinny dipping is on your list of romantic things to do, you can dive in without frightening small children and endangering people with heart conditions.
Make it a Holiday You Won’t Forget
A romantic break in an Algarve resort will probably be the best trip you ever made.
It might not save your relationship if it is floundering on the treacherous, rocky ground already, but it could help you smooth the way by talking your issues through in an attractive setting.
If all else fails, you can drown your sorrows in a few bottles of local Portuguese wine.
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5 thoughts on “Romantic Getaway To Get Your Relationship Back On Track”
Yeah, but it is very difficult to make the things right… Often you just brake everything even more.
After long weeks of family or work commitments it becomes necessary to create time for a private romantic trip for you and your partner. This is usually healthy and it promotes healthy relationships. I prefer sightseeing trips and too much of outgoing experiences as these are more fun compared to confining yourself in a private villa. Thank you for sharing this post.
I tend to agree with you on the sightseeing too – maybe we’re both a little adventurous.
Mind you, chilling out around a pool is nice on occasion.
Where did you last go sightseeing?
Yes, a romantic break can turn out to be not that romantic and relaxing as we expect it to be. Spending an entire week together and compromising our interests can be rather stressful. Yet, romantic getaways are something that’s definitely worth doing. A little bit of patience and tolerance and here we go – enjoying quality time with our significant others.
Thanks for sharing as always
Oh David, you sound like a definite non-romantic guy lol
Sounds like you don’t want to do them because of stress and then say that the stress time is also quality time :)
What’s it going to be?
Have you actually ever taken the plunge yourself? What’s that been like?