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West Algarve, worth a visit?

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Map Algarve Portugal

Algarve Housing rent villas in West, East and Central Algarve. Very often we get asked which part to go, what to do there, any kind of advice. We will make a nice article about each part of the Algarve, so you can read and make up your mind. It is all a matter of taste of course, but, with those articles, we hope to help you a bit to make the right choice.

Today we present The West Algarve. Enjoy, and do not hesitate to contact me for any further details regarding the Western Algarve.

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Markets in the Algarve-the complete list!

Markets in the Algarve

Whichever day of the month, there is most probably some market somewhere in the Algarve that you can stroll through and breathe in the atmosphere with all your senses. In the Algarve Portugal, you find 3 types of markets: local markets, gypsy market Algarve and fleamarkets.

The most common Algarve market is the daily (except Sunday) fresh vegetable, fruit and fish markets, most towns and villages in the Algarve have one, and are generally located in the centre. The best fish you will find early in the mornings! Mind you, no fish on Monday as the fishermen do not fish on Sunday!

Algarve Housing rent properties in the Algarve, whether you live here, or have your holiday in the Algarve, we love to inform you about the markets Algarve in Portugal.

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Family Holiday in Algarve: Sun & Fun

Family Holiday in Algarve

Family Holiday in Algarve

Algarve is certainly one of the most famous regions in Portugal, especially for family holidays!

Every year thousands of tourists come to Algarve for the sun, the beaches, the food and the wide offer of activities. This makes the Algarve a great holiday destination for families. Play at the Beach and in the Sea – Southern Algarve is filled with either small secluded beaches or long rockless beaches, but they have one thing in common: the sea is calm and flat, ideal for swimming, playing at the water, making castles in the sand or just taking a walk by the sea.

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