Time in Portugal? That is something with "amanha" (_not_ mañana), long lunches, always late... Not quite.
In the north, time is important which is why you don't
In the south, time is important which is why you give it to
If you look around, you will notice that there are far
fewer public clocks than in Northern Europe
That pretty much sums it up. Most things (in particular
with a timetable) happens roughly as planned, but because
of all the nice chitchat some things can take longer than
you first think.
But "calma" (very important word, in particular in the
Algarve) is also one of the attractions - when you learn,
life is less stressful.
Apart from that, Portugal is on the same hour as the UK and
one hour behind central Europe incl. Spain.