With more than 300 days of sunshine per year and just a few hours flying from home, the Algarve is a great place to visit the whole year through. The south west coast is still untouched with countless beaches to explore and laid back fisher men’s villages.
The Algarve has a variety of waves, with waves for every level. When the waves are bigger on the west coast, waves wrap around the point so there is always the possibility to surf smaller and mellow waves on the south coast. Beaches like Tonel, Cordoama, Castelejo, Amado and Bordeira have mostly good sandbanks and provide nice waves for all levels when conditions are good. On the south coast Zavial, Beliche and Mareta are popular when the surf on the west coast is maxing out.
We are situated in the Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina. It wraps around the Algarve’s cliffy coastline along the Atlantic ocean and into Alentjejo, covering a stretch of over 120km of lush greenery. The coast, characterized by rugged rocks, boulders, sea stacks, sand stratified cliff faces caused by centuries of erosion, is perfect for long walks. Other inhabitants include fishing eagles and white storks
Lagos perfectly blends traditional Portuguese culture and beautiful beaches with great tourist facilities. Close to Lagos is a variety of activities and sights, which range from water parks and zoos through to historic monument and challenging hiking trails. Lagos has a charmingly preserved town center, which is surrounded by the ancient Moorish walls and the pretty harbour estuary.
Sagres offers visitors beautiful beaches, a unique fort and some of the best surfing beaches of Portugal. Just outside of town is the Cabo Sao Vicente, the most westerly point of mainland Europe. Surfing is the main activity of Sagres but there also challenging hiking trails, quiet roads for cycling, while departing from the harbour are deep sea fishing trips