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Castles, golf, watersports, superb cuisine and a pleasant climate draw crowds to the Algarve. Enjoy this tourist-friendly region of Portugal stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to Spain’s western border. Its natural scenery includes breathtaking cliffs, pristine beaches, secluded coves, nature reserves, vineyards and wooded mountains.
The Algarve’s western region is internationally famous for its rocky outcrops and isolated bays. Visit the lively resort towns of Albufeira and Lagos. Investigate the picturesque fishing villages of Burgau and Salema. Go to the region’s southwestern tip to explore the historic peninsula of Sagres. Enjoy great surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing at the villages of Carrapateira and Odeceixe on the wild western coast.
Start your tour of eastern Algarve at Faro, the region’s capital and a former Roman settlement. Enjoy the picturesque gardens and buzzing nightlife in its walled Old Town. Protecting much of Faro’s eastern coast is Parque Natural da Rio Formosa, unspoiled barrier islands with a natural habitat for birds. Experience the traditional Portuguese beach resorts of Cabanas, Fuseta and Tavira.
Inland, the Algarve combines scenic landscapes with history and relaxation. Admire the Roman ruins of Milreu near Estoi and Moorish-influenced architecture at Silves. Wander the quaint streets of Loulé or relax in the thermal spas of Caldas de Monchique. Bike or hike along the Via Algarviana, a 186-mile (300-kilometer) trail that traverses the flower-filled mountains of the Serra de Monchique and Serra do Caldeirão.
The Algarve offers golfers over 35 immaculate courses spread along the region’s 96-mile-long (155-kilometer) coastline.
Delve into the region’s cuisine, which uses fresh local ingredients such as seafood, almonds, grapes, oranges and figs. Sample traditional dishes, including açorda de mariscos, a bread and seafood stew.
Reach the Algarve by flying to Faro Airport. Get around via rented car, bike or an extensive network of public buses. With around 300 days of sunshine per year, the Algarve is a favored year-round destination for everyone from families and honeymooners to food lovers and sports enthusiasts.
Well located, close to the center and the beaches, with Shuttle service to both places. It is a 5 star property but they are short of staff in their restaurants, the wait time to serve the food is a bit long. Surprisingly, the cost of food is as and if not more expensive than any 5 star USA ...
Great location . Lovely room , nice staff . Pool bar amazing .family stay before airport run which is only short drive away
Great access to beach, lovely swimming pools, friendly staff, shuttle bus to Albufeira, good choice of buffet breakfast and dinner, felt safe and secure. Room was spacious and well equipped, with two bathrooms. Disappointed to see smoking allowed in outdoor communal areas where children were present ...
Close to beach, lots to do and close to all amenities. Friendly staff and very clean
Upon arrival at this hotel, you are amazed by the views of the beach and the cave. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The property is very clean. Many options for food and drinks. Perfect resort!
The dining room room is spectacular! The rooms are a good size and clean. Beds are comfortable. The location is just a short walking distance to a beautiful beach. The staff are amazing and very helpful! I would definitely go there again!
We had 3 room on the 3rd floor 326, 327,328. the view from the window is fantastic but the noise of dragging chairs around from the rooftop restaurant from 7 am until 1:30 am following day could ruin the trip. Ask for more quiet room if you can. Staffs were nice and helpful. Rooms were fine. Great ...