Planning a trip to Algarve and enjoying a hassle free holiday that you’ll never forget.
Overlooking the thunderous Atlantic at Europe’s southwestern most tip, the Algarve is Portugal for most holidaymakers. With the promise of 300 days of sun each year, and mile upon mile of beaches, the Algarve is a seasoned people-pleaser. In summer it attracts budget-breakers to its packed bays and upbeat resorts like Carvoeiro, Lagos and Portmao. But even in winter the weather can be warm enough to swim, sunbathe, play golf and eat outdoors.
What really surprises first-timers, though, is the rest: the green, mountainous interior laced with hiking trails; the remote bays and hissing surf of the wild west coast; the cultural riches of Faro’s medieval Old Town and Silves’ Moorish castle. Culture and coast, action and relaxation, bacon butties and Michelin-starred brasseries – the Algarve really has got it all.