The southernmost region of Mainland Portugal, Algarve is a little European With clear blue skies and sparkling turquoise waters, Algarve is a popular part of Portugal inviting vacationers for happy times of utmost relaxation, peace and adventure. The country's beautiful southern coastline, Algarve draws almost four million tourists every year, thanks to its glorious climate, marvellous sandy beaches and dramatic fishing towns. When in Algarve, you cannot miss out on wiggling your toes in the fine sands; there is a beach for every taste - all bathed by the Atlantic Ocean.
Costa Vicentina and Ria Formosa are the most famed beaches to discover here; besides, Albufeira is the place to spoil in plentiful sea life and outdoor activities, and Sagres is known for offering the most thrilling surfing opportunities. Amidst over 200 kms of the region's stunning coastline, you will also find several water parks, vibrant historic towns, tranquil nature reserves, a mountainous interior and buzzing nightlife to delight in. This European paradise is full of historical, tropical as well as modern treats for all sorts of vacationers; families, honeymooners and solo travellers, all can have a blissful time in the lap of sunny sights and blue skies. Another interesting experience is to witness the dreamy beauty of Benagil Cave and the Arcos de Marinha on a kayak or a boat. Lagos, Albufeira, Praia da Rocha and Vilamoura are the four most beautiful and the largest resort towns in Algarve that see most of the travellers every year relishing their soul-soothing offerings. Furthermore, the region is brimful of beach restaurants and bars where tourists can simply relax lying on the sundowners, enjoying scrumptious Portuguese cuisines and dancing into the night.