Once a thriving seaport, it has its own castle, museum and many hidden treasures in its ‘old town’. A major holiday resort with wonderful bars, cafes and restaurants to suit all the family and all tastes.
A village fast becoming a popular holiday resort with a lively night life.
Originally a small fishing village but now home to luxurious villas and apartments. It is developing a reputation for style and has boutiques, bars and restaurants.
The resort has a fine marina and along with the adjoining resort of Praia da Rocha it is a favourite with the sailing fraternity. Also famous for its seafood restaurants.
Close to Cape St Vincent, the most westerly point in Europe, with surrounding cliffs holding back the Atlantic waves. Home too superb seafood restaurants and one of Portugal's favourite beers.
Ranked along with Lagos as one of the most architecturally attractive towns in the region, Travira is being tastefully developed to meet the growing demands of the tourist industry, including new golf courses.
A charming and carefully preserved seaside town with cobbled streets, historic monuments and a wide range of modern sporting and leisure activities including a modern harbour and marina. The Meia Praia is the longest stretch of unblemished sandy beach in the area and a perfect place for water sports.
Ten minute drive from Lagos – Luz is a small pretty resort in a sheltered bay with a lovely beach. Traditional restaurants and bars make it a favourite place for the sailing fraternity to drop anchor and come ashore for an evenings food and drink.
This town has grown to meet the needs of the tourist industry and the developments in the ‘golden triangle’ including the resorts of Quinta do Lago and Vale do Lobo. Bars, cafes and excellent shopping are on offer for visitors and residents alike.
The largest golfing resort in Europe with a total of 72 holes in 4 golf courses. Rated as amongst the top 25 courses in Europe Quinta do lobo has hosted 7 Portuguese Open competitions. There are other first class golf courses in the vicinity including Ria Formosa, Sao Lourenco and Pinheiros Altos.
The administrative centre for the Algarve, Faro is a major city and the starting point of the Ria Formosa Lagoon – a nature reserve of 17,000 hectares. Faro is the location of the international airport serving the Algarve. Saville in Spain is just a car journey away for those who want the best of both worlds.
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