Restaurants and cafes Traditional Portuguese cafes are vegan UnFriendly. Taking to account that most people in Portugal and Algarve live near the sea - you would understand why traditional meals are about fish and sea products. Restaurants are usually focused on...
The quick answer is a very safe touristic destination, Algarve is not dangerous comparatively to most other touristic destinations. As any other touristic area there are some pickpockets and a few drug pushers, but apart from that nothing really to worry about. Portugal holds the 3rd place in the Global Peace Index 2020, right behind Iceland and New Zealand.
Islands in front of Fuseta are clean and wild with beautifl beaches and ocean. Here we write about them in detail.
Back to nature As extortionate practices like dolphins in pools are going to the past there are a lot of tours in the Algarve showing dolphins in the sea. Almost every town and big village have one more companies, which regularly provides the services. On our website,...
No outburst of Coronavirus in Algarve fills travelers with ease to travel here. Peak season prolonging. What to expect in Autumn.
Islands of eastern Algarve, which located in Ria Formosa lagoon. We talk about how to get there and other basic info. Try amazing white sands while being separated from crowded beaches.
Quarantine started in Portugal on the 14th of March, basically when after winter tourism sleep various touristic services started to reopen.
During the winter South of Portugal, Algarve, is one of the warmest places in Europe. The temperature in usual sunny day goes up to 20-23 °C.
The boardwalk splits into a number of different lengths walks around the rivers salt marshes. It’s amazing to walk on wooden pass.