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Towns in the Algarve are varied, ranging from large, medium and small. Some have a busy summer season whilst others come alive at their festival time. Faro is the Capital of the Algarve, Albufeira is the Capital of Algarve tourism; both are large with a huge variety of events and facilities. There are fishing towns, farming towns, cultural towns. Here is where you can find out about all of them.

Albufeira Town Street
Albufeira has a lot to offer. It's a historic city and municipality in the highly sought-after Algarve region of Portugal, best known for its luscious beaches, charming seaside resorts and idyllic countryside. Always bustling in the summer months, Albufeira is also a lovely place to wander around out-of-season. Discover the history and culture of Albufeira Histoire Complète
Almancil Algarve Villa
The town of Almancil is the inland point of the Algarve’s “Golden Triangle”, so named for its richness of luxury homes in superb settings and access to first class facilities. Only 20 minutes’ drive from Faro Airport, Almancil is close to some of the world’s most celebrated golf courses and stunning beaches. Discover the history and culture of Almancil Histoire Complète
Altura Algarve Pier and Sea
Tranquillity prevails in Altura, a purpose-built resort on the Eastern Algarve, with considerably less rowdy crowds, international pubs and discos than other big towns along the coast. Indeed, the laid-back vibe is why many choose to invest in property in Altura. Discover the history and culture of Altura Histoire Complète
Armacao de Pera Algarve Beach
Armação de Pera is an old fishing port which has become a favourite resort among Portuguese holidaymakers. Although very busy during high season, throughout the rest of the year it's quite the tranquil retreat, which many expats now call home. Discover the history and culture of Armação de Pera Histoire Complète
Carvoeiro Villa Beachview
Carvoeiro is no high rise resort, but it does boast many contemporary properties in the new residential areas that have popped up as the town continues to expand. Historically, the town played a part in Roman history and the naval industry which is reflected in its original architecture. Discover the history and culture of CarvoeiroHistoire Complète
Estoi Palace
Estói is a village of just over 3,000 inhabitants set in the foothills of the hilly Serra do Caldeirão area, close to Faro and its international airport. The town, with its quaint cobbled streets, whitewashed houses and town square is home to a pleasant mix of residents from locals to retired expats and young families. Discover the history and culture of EstoiHistoire Complète
Guia Algarve Villa
Guia is an idyllic Algarvean village nestled just ten minutes north of the popular resort of Albufeira with its well-established tourism infrastructure, shopping and nightlife. Perhaps due to its ideal setting, close to a city yet secluded and tranquil, property in Guia has become an increasingly popular choice over the years Discover the history and culture of GuiaHistoire Complète
Lagos Algarve Beach
Lagos is a town that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It has developed its tourism tastefully and retained its historic charm. Lagos’ vibrant centre with its cosmopolitan flair, stylish shops, esplanades, stunning beaches and cobbled back streets make it one of the most sought-after locations in the Algarve. Discover the history and culture of LagosHistoire Complète
Loule Church
Seeking property in an authentic country town in the foothills of the Algarve mountains? Search no further than Loulé. This town is one of the oldest in the region and is located just 18 km (11 miles) northwest of Faro. Discover the history and culture of LouléHistoire Complète
Monchique Hills
If you’re looking for somewhere to escape from the stresses of modern life, this is it! Monchique is a market town set in the Serra de Monchique, a thickly wooded mountain range which separates the Algarve from Alentejo. It’s only 25 kms from the busy coastal town of Portimão, but it truly feels like a world away. Discover the history and culture of MonchiqueHistoire Complète
Olaho Algarve Villa
Olhão is a traditional Portuguese city that oozes character and is the largest working fishing port in the Algarve. Located just east of Faro Airport, its increasing popularity is highlighted by the modern five star hotel and spa overlooking the Ria Formosa, the Marina Village, Ria Shopping and the recent development of new apartments. Discover the history and culture of OlhãoHistoire Complète
Quarteira Algarve Beach
Quarteira has the best of both worlds: authentic Algarve with its promenade, cobbled streets and lively fishing community, and a world class resort with entertainment for all ages. Discover the history and culture of Quarteira Histoire Complète
Quinta do Lago Villa
Favoured by celebrities, Quinta do Lago is a highly exclusive resort. Some of the most impressive and beautiful villas for sale can be found here. this immaculately maintained resort is part of the UNESCO Ria Formosa bird sanctuary, where construction of property is strictly regulated to protect the wildlife. Discover the history and culture of Quinta do LagoHistoire Complète
Sagres Algarve Coastal Cliffs
Sagres can be found in the south-westernmost point of continental Europe, within the territory of a protected natural park. As such it's one of the Algarve's most unspoilt areas and proudly flaunts its authentic Algarvean charm. Considerably less tourists flock to Sagres than other towns along the coast. Discover the history and culture of SagresHistoire Complète
Santa Barbara de Nexe Villa
The charming village of Santa Barbara de Nexe is perhaps best known for its bell tower, a landmark which sits atop a 400-year-old white walled church and can be seen from miles away. Today the aldea is prized for its tranquillity and authenticity yet proximity to the major Algarve resorts and the amenities that come with them. Discover the history and culture of Santa Bárbara de NexeHistoire Complète
Silves Town by Night
Silves is without doubt one of the most interesting and charismatic places in the Algarve. The stunning sight that welcomes you as you cross the Arade River into the town is a constant reminder that Silves is steeped in history. Discover the history and culture of SilvesHistoire Complète
Tavira Town Canal
Often referred to as ‘the Venice of the Algarve’, being in Tavira is like taking a step back in time. It has thirty-seven churches in a weave of old streets and a seven-arch Roman bridge linking the two halves of the town across the river Gilão. Its wealthy past is reflected by the elegant 18th century houses lining the river. Discover the history and culture of TaviraHistoire Complète
Vale do Lobo Golf Course Lake
Built in the early 60s, Vale do Lobo is the longest established, purpose-built luxury resort in the Algarve and the largest luxury golf property development in Portugal. The complex sits within the Algarve’s 'Golden Triangle' and was designed to provide just about everything you could possibly need for a superb lifestyle. Discover the history and culture of Vale do LoboHistoire Complète
Vilamoura Aerial View
Vilamoura is a purpose-built and self-contained luxury leisure resort complex for all ages. Built in the 1970s, today it's recognised as the biggest private tourism resort in Europe and is one of the most prestigious in Portugal. Discover the history and culture of VilamouraHistoire Complète
Jesuit College in Portimao
Portimão is a vibrant popular Algarvean city with a long interesting history. There’s something different around every corner in Portimão, from archaeological finds dating back to around 2000 BC, to beautiful beaches, modern day entertainment, some of the Algarve’s best shopping experiences and a wide variety of property for sale - Portimão has it all.Histoire Complète
Alvor is an important place in Algarve history. Once a quiet fishing village, it’s now a vibrant holiday resort that has retained its traditional character and village charm. Its location, beautiful beaches, wealth of amenities and wide range of property for sale make it a perfect choice for those looking to invest in an Algarve home or business.Histoire Complète