Casa da Eira, Algarve, Portugal

Algarve beaches and other activities

The Algarve is a popular destination for tourism, primarily because of its beaches, Mediterranean climate, safety and relatively low costs. It offers fabulous golfcourses, water parks and places of historical interest.

 


Vilamoura

Vilamoura is one of the largest single tourist complexes in Europe, covering an area of almost 2.000 ha of land. The sports and leisure facilities include 4 golf courses, a large marina, a lawn bowling club, a tennis centre, a shooting club, a private airstrip and a riding school. The international casino and several night clubs offer manifold distraction.


Quartiera

Located next door to the famous resort of Vilamoura, Quarteira has grown since the 1960s from a small fishing village to a major tourist location.

The architecture is dominated by tall apartment blocks. During the summer season the long open beach and the promenade with its shops and restaurants is quite busy. The market hall offers the catch of the day from the Atlantic Ocean and a good choice of other fresh local products. Every Wednesday a local fair attracts people from all over the region

 


Algarve golf

Golf at the Algarve on Portugal's southwest coast boasts of over 300 days of sunny weather making it the ideal European golf holiday. The 100 mile coastline has over 25 courses and all within one and a half hours drive from the Faro International Airport.


Water Parks and Activities

The Algarve offers many water parks. A must for all of the family.

Zoomarine

Aquashow

Aqualand

Slide and Splash