Algarve Areas

Albufeira

Albufeira was once a sleepy fishing village now it has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Algarve. The Town Centre has managed to maintain much of its cha...

Alvor

The picturesque town of Alvor is one of the less commercialised resorts in the Algarve its narrow streets are lined with traditional fisherman's cottages alongside a multitude of ...

Carvoeiro

Carvoeiro was once a former sleepy fishing village but since the 1960??s has now emerged as a cosmopolitan resort. Located midway between the resorts of Albufeira to the East and...

Lagos

Lagos is a delightful small city, which at one time, was the district capital of the Algarve; 80-Km from Faro, Lagos is easily reached by rail and the new expressway. Lagos has lo...

Monte Gordo

In the South East corner originally a fishing village Monte Gordo is the last resort before the Spanish border. The Ria Formosa Nature Reserve stretches behind the resort to the t...

Olhos de Agua

A small quaint fishing village on the outskirts of Alburfeira, Olhos de Agua is named after a freshwater spring that appears among the rocks at low tide....

Portimao

14 miles West of Albufeira and 190 miles south of Lisbon is the town of Portimao with its own port and harbour, the main feature of the town is the large square with fountain feat...

Praia da Rocha

The name translated means "Beach of the Rocks" as it is evident why. This is often regarded as one of the best south facing beaches in Europe with golden sand and the backdrop of ...

Quinta do Lago

Quinta do Lago is located 13km west of Faro and is the most pleasant and exclusive of the sports resorts. A sprawling, luxury holiday village linked by miles of roads and roundab...

Vale do Lobo

Vale do Lobo is located 12km west of Faro situated in low-lying hills between Quarteira and Quinta do Lago. Vale do Lobo recently won a Green Globe award, a tourist industry priz...