The Algarve has bucket loads of sunshine and golden sandy beaches (many with blue flags) and has a wealth of year round fun for families, sports enthusiasts and nature lovers
If you have already been to the Algarve, then you know how much the southern region of Portugal has to offer. For the hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers who visit from around the world, the Algarve gives what it promises in the brochures; a great family holiday. The region has a deservedly high reputation for golfing holidays too. Activities include surfing, kite surfing, sailing, fishing. You can enjoy days out with your family by visiting one of the many entertainment centres such as Slide and Splash or Krazy World. Don´t forget to visit Lagos Zoo and support them in the work they do for endangered species! For the culturally inclined, there are many museums, art galleries and churches celebrating the history of this facinating region.
Albufeira is known as the Algarve’s premier resort town, with magnificently beaches, a scenic old town and a vibrant atmosphere. The town is often purely seen as a beach holiday destination, but there are various things to see and do within the central Algarve region.
Carvoeiro is a picturesque and traditional Portuguese holiday town, situated along a stunning coastline of brilliant beaches and breathe taking natural scenery.
Lagos - the "White City" on the Atlantic and at the mouth of the Rio Bensafrim, is one of the oldest cities in the Algarve. The Romans called her Lacóbriga, and she was temporarily named Zawaia by the Moors. Under Henry the Navigator, it became one of the most important port cities in the region, the neo-modern caravels were conceived here, built and then used for world conquest, making Portugal's supremacy in international maritime trade possible.
This one is for the active traveller. The one who doesn’t want to spend their well-deserved holiday hours stretched out on the sunbed beating last year’s tan. Many visit the south of Portugal for its white sandy beaches and lively towns. Others take advantage of the sunny Algarve weather to hop on their bikes and cruise along the endless landscapes the region has to offer.