Algarve Province on Portugal’s south coast has been a tourist magnet for so long that it has turned into a region of hotels and holiday apartments. Coastal villages and towns have been re-built for tourists, but if you know where to … Read the Story
Vacation goers who want to stay near beaches, but in a town that is big enough to provide services, varying nightlife, shopping opportunities, and a wide selection of hotels and holiday apartments choose to stay in tourist destinations. Portugal’s south coast, … Read the Story
Views at Monchique.
Portugal’s southernmost province Algarve in the southwest corner of continental Europe is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Spain. Long coastal dunes with beaches between tall cliffs are characteristic to Algarve, but also the inland landscape in the region … Read the Story
The differences between north and south, east and west in Portugal are surprisingly big, even though the geographic area of the country is not large. Is it possible to identify reasons for the growth of tourism that apply to all parts … Read the Story
These tips were written with digital nomads and remote workers in mind, but the travel guide where the tips have been extracted from (Algarve, Southern Portugal) features much more information on accommodations, sights, beaches, villages, culture, activities, food, and towns.
Houses on … Read the Story
Portugal is such a hot travel destination these days that after winning the best tourist destination awards, statistics indicate that Algarve, the province on the south coast, is the cheapest European region to visit. There is only one way to find … Read the Story
There are so many long, tiny, shallow, deep, rocky, fine-grained, and you-name-it kind of beaches in Algarve, South Portugal that I am not going argue that I would be able to pick the best one. I have selected nice, popular beaches … Read the Story