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The region is an extensive and pleasant, with a Mediterranean climate, marked by the smell of salted air and wildflowers.

A walk through the tangle of streets, alleys and steps is the best way to know this region. Lose yourself in the immensity of the coastline, having as background the most beautiful beaches in Europe, where you can see the cliffs and the facades of the shadows they leave in the sand.

After the charms of the landscape, let yourself be carried away by the aromas and flavours of traditional Algarve cuisine. If the menu is prepared with fish and seafood, you should try the fish stew or cataplana with clams; if you like the tradition of the interior of the Algarve you should taste the cooked beans and cabbage or chorizo and smoked ham. The range of choices will also include the famous regional delicacies, such as figs, almonds, carobs and the Medronho, distilled up in the hills in old copper stills.

Crossing the Algarve, built between places of high interest ecological, rich in biodiversity and ecosystems, is walking through centuries of tradition, still intact. The crafts that the Algarve skillfully manufactured by artisans, using ancient techniques, is manifested in pottery, basketry, copper pieces and brass. 

Two steps from the tranquillity of the interior, the lively nights Algarve. Bars, clubs, marinas and casinos guarantee the best kind of merrymaking. 

The built heritage is another mandatory stop. The architecture of the whitewashed houses with coloured mouldings and remarkably beautiful chimneys, the church belfries and the museums, which show excerpts of the ancestors of the Algarve people and contribute to the uniqueness of this destination.

Portrait of an Algarve that awaits you, all year round.

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