“Stunning scenery, great beaches, modern resorts and famous for its climate boasting over 300 sunny days a year – the Algarve is simply irresistible…”
Situated on Portugal’s southern coast, the Algarve is over 100 miles long crammed with fantastic sandy beaches that slope gently into the sea. Former sleepy fishing villages have been transformed into popular holiday resorts, each offering a first class range of modem facilities. For the active, there are plenty of sporting opportunities, including some of the best golf courses in Europe.
Albufeira – The largest resort in the Algarve with an old fashioned atmosphere and a beautiful beach stretching for over 5kIns. This is a lively resort with a large variety of bars and restaurants and a buzzing nightlife.
Praia Da Rocha – This well established resort has an impressive beach of soft golden sand sheltered by spectacular cliffs. It is also a very lively resort with an excellent choice of shops, bars, restaurants and discos.
Vilamoura – Widely Known for its sports facilities, particularly its three golf courses, Vilamoura has two superb beaches to choose between where there are various water sports available. There are numerous smart boutiques, cafes, restaurants and casinos around the superb marina.
Carvoeiro – New and old is uniquely combined in this fashionable resort with shops and restaurants of all nationalities. There are good beaches around Carvoeiro, some quite busy and some quite private due to the rocky coastline.
Accommodation is varied and caters for every individual, from basic apartments to five star hotels with the option of self-catering, Bed and breakfast, half board or all inclusive, therefore catering for every budget type.
Trails will take you off the beaten track allowing you to experience the beauty of the Algarve region and the charm of its rural villages. Sail along the coast seeing wonderful beaches and the rock formations of the Algar Seco. Enjoy a barbecue prepared. for you on a secluded beach.
Lisbon & Fatima
Visit the capital city and discover its history along with a chance to engage in some serious shopping! A two-day excursion will allow you to visit Fatima, the most important religious shrine in Portugal.
Best time to visit
Anytime from April and October Highest temperatures in July and August averaging 88f.