However, it seems there are even more regulations in place for a visit to the seaside than just masks.
On Wednesday evening the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) added new travel advice for Britons visiting Portugal.
In this update, it explained the tightened rules also include the use of “sunshades” and “towels”.
It adds: “All passengers, excluding children up to the age of two, travelling to or through Portugal in transit, must show a negative RT-PCR test result for SARS/COVID-19 at the time of boarding.
Beachgoers are also prohibited from drinking alcohol while they are sunbathing on the sand.
Alcohol is only allowed to be served in designated areas in Portugal.
“Alcohol cannot be sold after 9pm unless it is with a meal.
“Bars and nightclubs remain closed.”
Anyone in Portugal caught breaking these rules, including the beach-specific regulations, can face fines of up to €100.
“There are no restrictions on travelling to Portugal from England and Scotland,” states the FCDO.
It adds: “All passengers, excluding children up to the age of 2, travelling to or through Portugal in transit, must show a negative RT-PCR test result for SARS/COVID-19 at the time of boarding.
“The test must have been taken within 72 hours of departure.
“Your airline is likely to deny boarding if you cannot provide this at check-in.”
This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Travel Feed