Here and elsewhere!

Algarve is Portugal’s most southern region and spreads from the Spanish frontier up to Cape Saint-Vincent (Cabo Sao Vicente), which is Europe’s most southwestern point. The region was the last territory which the Portuguese reconquered to the Moors in 1292. The Moors’ presence is still visible in architecture and vivid white houses contrast with the red colour of the ground and the greenery of the landscape. You will be fascinated by history’s presence, such as the menhirs of the Neolithic period and the famous Portuguese maritime discoveries (Descobrimentos).

Algarve has an optimal climate all year, Atlantic/Mediterranean, with mild and humid winters, warm and dry summers. The south coast is made up of countless pristine beaches with fine sand, only interrupted by spectacular red cliffs. The west coast is wilder, with a strong sea and a succession of beautiful beaches and wild creeks which you can only reach by trail or sea.

Here you will experience time through your senses

For sports enthusiasts, life here is not limited to surfing and you will find a wide range of activities in the region: windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, paddling, canoeing on the sea, sailing, fishing, angling, scuba diving, mountain bike(ing), hiking, horse riding, golf and rock climbing.
To enlighten your evenings, you will find numerous restaurants, bars and shops.
At the end of your journey, you will keep the best, unforgettable souvenirs!