Experiences - Domes Lake Algarve

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Through curated, epicurean, and inspirational experiences discover the best the Algarve has to offer on worthwhile, transformational adventures. Tour local Benagil caves by boat and watch Dolphins in their natural habitat, visit colorful Loule Market with its jazz evenings, gaze at the stars under exceptionally favorable observing conditions at the Algarve astronomical observatory (COAA), and marvel in the many landmarks that give testament to the glorious past such as the São Lourenço de Matos Chapel, Silves Castle, and the Milreu Ruins.

A real-life adventure in a traditional fishing boat

Spend the day with a local fisherman in his task of clam and oyster picking. A real-life adventure in a traditional wooden fishing boat in the heart of Ria Formosa natural park.

A real-life adventure in a traditional fishing boat

Spend the day with a local fisherman in his task of clam and oyster picking.

A real-life adventure in a traditional wooden fishing boat in the heart of Ria Formosa natural park.

Algarve's traditional towns and villages

Start discovering Algarve’s history and culture. Tour the picturesque Eastern Algarve, passing through Faro, Tavira and Vila Real de Santo António. In Faro, do not miss the Parque Natural da Ria Formosa [natural park], and Cidade Velha [the old city], including the Cathedral and Castle.

In Tavira, discover fantastic beaches and islands, climb up to the castle for fantastic ocean views, and be amazed by the regional arts and crafts. In Vila Real de Santo António, right on the Spanish border, stroll through Praça Marquês de Pombal, along the riverside area, and try one of the many local gastronomy restaurants.

Don’t miss going up to the mountains and the west coast, exploring Silves, Monchique, and Aljezur. This long route has Silves as its first stop, one of Portugal’s oldest cities, where it is worth visiting the Castle, erected by the Moors in the 11th century on Roman foundations, the Cathedral, and the Arade river dam. Then travel to Monchique, located on the mountain that separates Algarve from Alentejo, and there finds Algarve’s highest point. The route ends at Aljezur, where in addition to the Castle and the church of Misericórdia, you can find beautiful beaches on Portugal’s west coast.

Algarve's traditional towns and villages

Start discovering Algarve’s history and culture. Tour the picturesque Eastern Algarve, passing through Faro, Tavira and Vila Real de Santo António. In Faro, do not miss the Parque Natural da Ria Formosa [natural park], and Cidade Velha [the old city], including the Cathedral and Castle.

In Tavira, discover fantastic beaches and islands, climb up to the castle for fantastic ocean views, and be amazed by the regional arts and crafts. In Vila Real de Santo António, right on the Spanish border, stroll through Praça Marquês de Pombal, along the riverside area, and try one of the many local gastronomy restaurants.

Don’t miss going up to the mountains and the west coast, exploring Silves, Monchique, and Aljezur. This long route has Silves as its first stop, one of Portugal’s oldest cities, where it is worth visiting the Castle, erected by the Moors in the 11th century on Roman foundations, the Cathedral, and the Arade river dam. Then travel to Monchique, located on the mountain that separates Algarve from Alentejo, and there finds Algarve’s highest point. The route ends at Aljezur, where in addition to the Castle and the church of Misericórdia, you can find beautiful beaches on Portugal’s west coast.

Taste the best wines of the Algarve region

Did you know that the Algarve is a demarcated region since 1980 and that it produces red, white, rosé and liqueur wines? Vines in the Algarve enjoy more than 3,000 hours of sunshine every year. Wine lovers who would like to know more about winemaking in the Algarve, must take a guided excursion to Silves, one of the oldest cities in Portugal.

Presently, this inland city has a well-preserved historical heritage and is home to eight wine producers.
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Taste the best wines of the Algarve region

Did you know that the Algarve is a demarcated region since 1980 and that it produces red, white, rosé and liqueur wines?

Vines in the Algarve enjoy more than 3,000 hours of sunshine every year. Wine lovers who would like to know more about winemaking in the Algarve, must take a guided excursion to Silves, one of the oldest cities in Portugal. Presently, this inland city has a well-preserved historical heritage and is home to eight wine producers.

At Lagoa dos Salgados or in Ria Formosa

Take a birdwatching tour to Lagoa dos Salgados, inhabited by a quite large community and a variety of birds, including various rare species. Or explore Ria Formosa accompanied by an experienced guide and discover one of Europe’s most important wetlands for aquatic birds.

At Lagoa dos Salgados or in Ria Formosa

Take a birdwatching tour to Lagoa dos Salgados, inhabited by a quite large community and a variety of birds, including various rare species.

Or explore Ria Formosa accompanied by an experienced guide and discover one of Europe’s most important wetlands for aquatic birds.


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