Head North to visit one of the world’s most renowned pilgrimage sites: Fátima. The four sites where the Virgin Mary appeared to the three shepherd children and the Chapel of Apparitions.
An incredible experience where you’ll be surrounded by the colours, smells and sounds of the Loulé market, which is housed in a building built in the beginning of the 20th century.
Discover the famous Quarteira market in Algarve, known mainly for its fresh fish, but where you’ll be able to bargain over the purchase of other traditional products, such as handicrafts, clothing or fresh shellfish.
We’ve prepared a special day for you with a touch of Andalusia. We’ll cross the Spanish border to discover the charms of Seville, the capital of the region.
Visit the beautiful landscapes, colors and flavors of the Algarve
The Algarve has something very special, and we’re not just talking about its almond tart and the bread: discover the diversity of the landscapes that makes our country so unique. From mountains to plains and plateaus, from shale houses to snowy white-washed houses, from a dry interior to a mild coast, from green to beige, yellow to blue. It has fish and meat, villages and cities, almonds and oranges, and it has a sea. A sprawling ocean of blue that cools us during the hot summer months, enveloping beaches that are tucked away under jagged cliffs or traversed by lagoons populated by oysters. And it has two words that accompany and define it: windward and leeward. It also has some of the best water parks in Europe, synonymous with fun, and some of the best Golf courses. The Algarve, where entertainment goes hand in hand with relaxation, spoils us with what is probably the best cuisine ever. And that’s also why we fall in love with it every day.