What to do
in Algarve

The Algarve is the southernmost region in Portugal with a 200km coastline. It is known for its promise of more than 300 days of sun per year, beautiful beaches, nature reserves, picturesque villages, splendid cuisine and a range of outdoor activities that attracts adventure seekers, nature lovers and those interested in history and culture. In fact, there is more to the Algarve than first meets the eye.

The Algarve is a region of hidden cultural delights with a long and rich history. This rich history is reflected in the diverse architecture and ruins you will see while visiting. Inland, old villages preserve a traditional way of life. In villages of small cobbled streets, you will find whitewashed houses. Moorish influences are evident in the narrow streets and chimneys with varied shapes and designs. Churches and castles built in previous centuries reflect a rich culture steeped in history. There is plenty on offer for art and music lovers with cultural events throughout the year.

There is a huge range of tourist and leisure activities. Day or night, visitors to the region have everything they need to enjoy the delights of the Algarve, whether for sun and sea, or for sport, relaxation, history, culture, nature, golf or local gastronomy. The Algarve is home to some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Europe. There are many unique and diverse expanses of pristine nature, as well as numerous cultural heritage sites to visit. Hiking, walking and cycling are great ways to enjoy the sights and experience amazing views.

Activities in Algarve

Places to visit
in Algarve

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