The place to turn up the heat and make waves.
How We See The Algarve
The southern coast of Portugal is a unique, idyllic region that is bathed by the Atlantic, blessed with gold sanded beaches, surrounded by natural and harmonious landscapes, and enwreathed with picturesque fishing towns. Transpiring historical culture, delicious gastronomy, warm welcomes, and jaw dropping scenery, the region is the ideal place to eat the best seafood, surf crystal-clear waves, and trail till the “end of the world.” A fusion of modern and traditional, the region provides a variety of scenes and experiences, making the Algarve my hidden paradise!
Know Before You Go
Customers should review government guidance to confirm eligibility to travel & stay at hotel. Face coverings are required in all indoor public areas.
Talk Like A Local
Know the slang of the city.
The Portuguese word for a small beer.
Uma Imperial por favor.
Catch some of the biggest waves and trail across the ancient Fort till the westernmost point or “the end of the world”.
Known for its picturesque beaches, buzzing nightlife and jaw dropping clifftop views, Lagos is a must go. Follow the path to fisherman’s village Burgau, a traditional hidden gem of the region.
Stroll through the medieval historic alleys and tree-line plazas while picking up regional handcrafts and fresh produce from the Loulé Market. A real insight to the Algarve and its wonders.
4. ILHAS DO ALGARVE (Olhão)
A short ferry ride leads to the paradisiac islands just off of Olhão. Sit back and enjoy the ride whilst tasting delicious Oysters produced by the local’s right in front of you.
Ultimate Access To Algarve
Francisco Gomes, 8000-168 Faro
With over 600 years of history, sip the most amazing cocktails while watching the sunset from the terrace.
EM 527, Encosta do Lobo 8135-855 Almancil
Dine with Quality & Style with a South American Touch - great for dining al fresco under the stars.
Rua do Pestana Golf, n.1, Sesmarias, Carvoeiro 8400 Lagoa
Local wine farm and craft brewery with artisanal foods, a great escape to a cosy and peaceful environment.
Rua de Aljezur n.º 14, 8550-145 Marmelete
A house of ancestral art and region’s oldest and most traditional activities: the distillation of the “aguardente de medronho” or Firewater.
Detoxing and relaxing with a perfect sea breeze and a breath taking view takes meditation to a next level. Beaches across the Algarve provide this retreat just before sunset.
What to pack for Algarve.
Top up your bottle at the famous Monchique mountain natural fountains and stay hydrated!
With over 300 days of sunshine, sunglasses are more than just a fashion accessory in the Algarve. Make sure to pack this essential.
Portuguese brands such as Gio Rodriguez or Luís Buchinho are a great choice. Ideal to stroll around our “Calçada Portuguesa” or even for some cliff top trekking.
4 LINEN SHIRTS
White linen shirts are a clever pick for the warm Algarvian weather. Fashionable and comfortable.