Filtered by thousands of miles of ocean the air is fresh and clean, drenched in over 300 days of sunshine per year. Regardless of whether you choose the east, west or the central Algarve you will find that the whole area affords one of the healthiest lifestyles in the world.
Dotted from east and to west you will find quaint fishing villages that offer traditional Algarvian style with stunning scenery.
A visit to the ‘end of the world’ Sagres and Cape St Vincent is a must to see the most westerly tip of Europe with its spectacular cliff formations that plunge into the Atlantic Ocean and is the place where the famous battle led by Rear Admiral Sir John Jervis, ably assisted by the then, Commodore Horatio Nelson defeated the Spanish fleet in 1797.
Cape St Vincent is also the site of the historic naval college of Henry the Navigator and still remains an important shipping landmark with its lighthouse, which is visible at sea from 50 miles away.
The airport at Faro is well serviced from most major European airports and is within an hour of almost all the major resorts.