Tourist Guide about the Algarve, Portugal

The Algarve is one of a unique place in the world — a coastal strip just over 150 Km (95 miles). It combines its natural environment and cultural heritage with the traditions of coastal towns picturesque fisherman villages. Many of these natural areas are protected and considered a world heritage by UNESCO. The region is among the best tourism destinations in the whole European continent.

A Complete Holiday Guide

The Algarve is mostly considered a beach destination, ideal for nautical sports, with some of the best beaches for sailing, surfing and windsurfing. But it has many other hidden gems like its rural traditions and villages, popular for country walking and hiking. The region is also known for its many and popular golf courses.

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In the Algarve, you can choose to enjoy unique sightseeing towns like Tavira and Lagos, sunbathe on the beautiful white sandy beaches near Albufeira, enjoy birdwatching and boating among flamingos in the Natural Park of Ria Formosa, or feel the calm of an inland city and the weight of history in Silves

Algarve is the perfect relaxing experience; a region known for its slow cities movement philosophy. A relaxed pace of life and exquisite gastronomy, with affordable prices for anyone who decides to visit. In this tourist guide, you will get to know the different municipalities and cities of the Algarve region, get a glimpse of the main tourist attractions and unexplored gems, as well as tips and useful information that will help you plan your stay and routes efficiently.