Algarve

The Algarve is the southernmost region of Portugal, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. It is Portugal’s most popular holiday destination due to the approximately 200 km of clean beaches, the cool, unpolluted water, and the facts that it is relatively cheap, very safe, and overall welcoming.

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Map of Algarve

The cities of the Algarve are traditionally grouped into Barlavento and Sotovento, the western and eastern halves, respectively.

  • 37.091-8.2461 Albufeira
  • 37.1286-8.5861 Alvor
  • 37.137-8.4531 Lagoa
  • 37.102-8.6721 Lagos – narrow, winding streets, quaint shops and wonderful restaurants, with an old inner city inside the remnants of a protective wall
  • 37.318-8.5551 Monchique the inland Algarve, superb food, nature and views.
  • 37.137-8.5371 Portimão
  • 37.088-8.73841 Praia da Luz
  • 37.0124-8.93671 Sagres – near Europe’s southwesternmost point
  • 37.0659-8.82511 Salema
  • 37.189-8.441 Silves – first capital of the Algarve which has a Moorish red stone castle

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