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Algarve Way Day Walk: Salir to Alte (16km)

In this piece, Mary from Duas Quintas bed and breakfast in Silves shares her walking notes for a walk between Salir and Alte.  Stretching over...

Visiting the Algarve in February

If you're wondering where to find a bit of February sun, the Algarve is a fantastic choice. Mild weather, peace and quiet... what more...

Silves Hotels, B&Bs, and Other Accommodation Options

Often overlooked by holidaymakers seeking sun, sea, and sand, Silves is one of the Algarve's best kept secrets. Unlike many of the coastal towns, it has...

Review: Ramires Restaurant, Guia

Nevermind what Rick Stein says about piri piri chicken in Lisbon – The Algarve is the real home of piri piri, and Guia (near...

Visiting the Algarve in January

Flights to Faro are the perfect way to beat the January blues. With the Algarve topping the Post Office's holiday costs barometer yet again,...

How much does it cost to live in the Algarve long-term?

The Algarve is an extremely affordable place to live. Three hundred days of sunshine and a low cost of living makes it a popular...

Algarve New Year’s Eve Guide

Visiting the Algarve for New Year's Eve? There is plenty happening across the whole of the Algarve, from black-tie dinners in Porches to all-night...

Visiting the Algarve in December

Bing dreamt of a white Christmas, but if you'd prefer Santa to bring you blue skies and sunshine then flights to the Algarve should...

Rescuing a Dog in the Algarve

I don't have pets of my own. If I could I would, because I'm absolutely mad on animals. The problem is I've chosen a...

Visiting the Algarve in November

The low season is here and cheap holidays in the Algarve are super easy to find. Although temperatures are starting to fall the weather...