The Algarve is the southernmost region of Portugal; its name comes from the Arabic word for the West, Al-Gharb, which designated this region during the Moorish occupation. The capital of the Algarve is Faro but the accommodation options are numerous in the cities of the province such that Albufeira, Lagos or Lagoa.
Beautiful beaches and charming hinterland: the Algarve has appeal. Populated with almond, fig and orange trees, the Algarve enjoys a subtropical Mediterranean climate trend. This is what makes a stay in the Algarve so pleasant throughout the year. Agriculture is well developed, particularly fruit trees and especially citrus. Market stalls full of fresh, high quality. The stalls of fishmongers are also essential not only for fish of the Atlantic but also for the wide variety of seafood you’ll find.Read More »Algarve: Popular destination for summer