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Places to Visit
Please select below to review information regarding various different areas to visit in the Algarve.
Information supplied courtesy of Abloom, our local property partners.
Albufeira situated in the middle of the Algarve, right on the coast and has a combination of lively touristic ambiance and beautiful peaceful residential areas.
It has the most beautiful coast with several beaches holding the highest number of “blue flags” as well as the highest number of earned official “golden beach seals”.
Almancil is situated in the Central Algarve and is an important service hub for the needs of the numerous upscale holiday and residential developments nearby. Today the area of Almancil is known for three diverse districts: Midtown, outskirts and surrounding area.
Living in the area of Boliqueime is living in the countryside just away from the busy coast.
It offers you the best of both worlds. On the one-hand it has a typical Algarve village which dates back to the 12th century, set in a quiet countryside location and perfect for that get-away-from-it-all feel. On the other hand its close proximity to the lively coastal resorts of Vilamoura, Olhos d’Agua and Albufeira make it ideal if you want plenty of things to see and do during the day and or night. The area has a great mixture of Portuguese and other nationalities.
Carvoeiro used to be a traditional, small fishing village surviving on the tuna catches but has become a popular area with international visitors and has developed to keep pace. It
is popular for its town beach, Praia do Carvoeiro, which is a beautifully sheltered sandy bay and spreads out just in front of the square with cliffs protecting it on either side, as well
as the touristic hustle and bustle with busy restaurants, bars and small shops.
Faro City is located just inland of the natural park of Ria Formosa and separates the central to the east of the Algarve. With a population of 64,560 inhabitants and an area of approx. 202km2. It is the capital of the Algarve and pleasantly busy all year round.
Coastal location at the very west end of the Algarve and most south western spot of the whole European continent.
Loule is a traditional Portuguese busy “country” town with a compact lively centre and beautiful and extended slight hilly country side all around. just 10 km away from the coast
São Brás de Alportel
São Brás de Alportel was by the 16th century a small village with a Hermitage. From the 17th century onwards it was the summer residence of the bishops of the Algarve, who were drawn to it by its agreeable climate.
Living in the area of Silves, at the foot of the Monchique mountain , is living in rural country side well away from the busy coast.
Tavira town and the surrounding area have still managed to stave off the influence of tourism and to hold on to its unique qualities and handsome character. This eastern part of the Algarve could be described as calmer and more traditional.
Vale do Lobo
Living in Vale do Lobo is living in the safe surrounding of an international high-net worth neighbourhood with all amenities on site and nearby the beach.
Vale do Lobo is the first of the three corners of what is today known as Algarve’s Golden Triangle. It is reputed to be 3 times the size of Monaco and is the longest established luxury Golf Resort in the Algarve and offers every contemporary comfort possible.
Although fairly far removed from the traditional Algarve, the purpose-built leisure resort of Vilamoura offers accommodation to suit all tastes – privately owned luxurious villas and apartments on the golf course complexes, and a wide range of luxury hotels and apartments near the marina