Algarve is the Europe most Famous Secret

With an area of around 5000 square kilometers the Algarve is one of the most versatile tourist destinations in Europe. Its westerly location and sunny climate satisfies all the visitors preferences ans fantasies. The versatility of the region can be seen not only in the eternal...

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ALGARVE MARKETS

Algarve markets are always popular and they are a great place to soak up the local culture. The biggest and best known are the Saturday morning gypsy market in Loulé and the Wednesday morning market in Quarteira, where you can buy everything from lace to pots and pans!...

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One of Europe’s top golfing destinations

 Algarve has firmly established its reputation as a quality resort among all enthusiasts. Sir Henry Cotton knew what it was all about when he predicted a great future for Golf in the Algarve based on its natural attributes: the amenable climate, natural beauty,...

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JANE -

Excellent service, driver waiting at the airport on arrival and arrived promptly for our return journey. We didn't have to pay until we arrived in Faro so there were no charges for paying by card from UK.

Pam - Lagos

Thanks for the service in September the driver who collected us to return to the Airport was 1st class. Sorry the sma cannot be said for the two who took our party of 10 to the Villa. Very polite but drove like maniacs so bad one of our passengers asked one to slow down.

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