The mild climate throughout the year, the coastline with magnificent beaches and the diversity of accommodation, nightlife and sports make this place a perfect destination for anyone.
Algarve’s historic heritage is admirable! Get to know what you should visit:
Located near the port city of Lagos, Ponta da Piedade is an exceptional natural site. It offers a breathtaking view over Cape St Vincent and has extravagant cliffs, consisting of arches and grottos.
Opened since 1987, the park contains significant biodiversity and covers 60 km in length and over 18,000 hectares in total.
Built between the 8th and 10th centuries by the Moors, its particular architecture testifies to the presence of the Muslim people.
Here you can see the ruins of an old village located in Vilamoura. In addition to the simple traces left by the Romans, it is a unique discovery of the lifestyle of this civilization in this part of the region.
Built in the eighteenth century, in honor of St. Lawrence, this church is completely white in baroque lines and covered with a square tower, it is only once inside the church that we discover its secret.
Most southwesterly point of Europe. It's the separation between 2 different coasts: the Atlantic with windswept and the Algarve with warm waters.
Considered one of the most powerful lighthouses in Europe. Nowadays it oversees one of the busiest trade routes in the World
There are plenty activities to do in Algarve. See how you can enjoy your visit:
Some of the most beautiful and welcoming beaches in the world are in Algarve. Here there are beaches for all tastes, mostly recognized with the European seal of the "Blue Flag".
Throughout the region there are excellent conditions so that, throughout the year, you can interact with the environment, through sports, in the healthy and intoxicating atmosphere of the Algarve.
Practice golf in the area’s excellent courses, enjoying the mild and sunny climate.
Everywhere, terraces, discos, marinas, casinos, bars or restaurants exhibit bold environments capable of satisfying the most varied tastes.
Algarve’s gastronomy will amaze you with its great dishes. Find out what to taste:
Corn popes with countless combinations like conquilles, clams, sardines, peas, shrimp.
Clams cooked with potatoes and sliced onions, chorizo or other types of pork, peppers, tomatoes and herbs, such as coriander and parsley.
Delicious stew of fish, clams and potatoes, cooked in a traditional stew of onions, tomatoes and peppers.
The almond tree is the protagonist in the Algarve bakery. You have 'Dom Rodrigo', the 'Moragado' and dried figs stuffed with almonds!
Algarve is the southernmost region of mainland Portugal, bordering the Alentejo region to the north and the south with the Atlantic Ocean. This region is close to other destinations that you should include on your trip. Get to know them:
Charming town in Algarve. It offers a cosmopolitan atmosphere in harmony with the traditional features of the region.
A picturesque fishing village by the seaside, Sesimbra highlights include its charm and natural beauty.
Visit Lagos, Sagres and enjoy a boat ride in the Ponta da Piedade caves.