Private tour small group 3 Days in the Algarve from Lisbon

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Three days of Private Tour in the Algarve from Lisbon, a special itinerary for you and your family that wants to enjoy a few days in the Algarve and visit that beautiful region, famous for its beaches, golf courses, gastronomy but also for its Gorgeous weather. Come and see the Algarve, a place with a lot of history, that invites you to get to know it better, starting and ending in Lisbon.

Itinerary Details

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Day 1 1st day: Lisbon - Évora - Albufeira

Stop At: Corticarte - Arte em Cortica

Departure from Lisbon to the region of Alentejo, more precisely from Évora, crossing the beautiful suspension bridge, admiring the city and also monument to Christ the King. Our day coming to a farm, knew that cork is the bark of the cork oak, a species of oak, a shell with great characteristics, is light, elastic and resistant to fire, among others Each year the bark grows, however, only after nine to nine years it must be removed from the tree, and can reach 25 centimeters thick, definitely an excellent protection for the tree against heat, cold and fire, after removal of the tree. forms a new heartbeat.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Centro Historico de Evora

Place of Évora where different civilizations lived, the old "Temple of Diana" next to the Cathedral of Évora, built in the Roman period, we can see the magnificent aqueduct of the "Water of the Silver", outside the city walls and extending from the periphery of the city, some of its arches are still visible inside the city, built in the 16th century to ensure water transportation. The Arabs built their streets and alleys in the 11th and 12th centuries, Évora was the residence of some Portuguese kings, a point of convergence of renowned artists, supported by the patronage and dynasty reigning in Portugal. The period of the discoveries was of glory to Évora creating particularly favorable conditions in the construction of numerous aristocratic mansions of the city like the Jesuit university.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Capela dos Ossos

However, the ex-libris will be the Church of St. Francis, especially the Chapel of Bones, clad in skulls and bones of 500 monks, drawing thousands every year and proclaiming "We bones, here we are, for you, let's wait" in the entrance of the same. Duration: 1 hour

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Albufeira Marina

You will arrive at Albufeira, its historical center with a traditional atmosphere, with its whitewashed houses, narrow streets full of cafes and shops with a lively nightlife, with the central avenue being a succession of tempting bars, restaurants and nightclubs.  Overnight in Albufeira Duration: 1 hour Meals not included on this day. Accommodation not included on this day.

Duration: 1 hour

Day 2 2nd day: Albufeira - Lagos - Sagres - Albufeira

Stop At: Marina de Lagos

Next in our three days of private tour in the Algarve from Lisbon we leave the hotel and visit Lagos in the middle of the 16th century, Lagos was the great base to support the Discoveries, the starting point of the main expeditions and where many of the products marketed. This strategic importance of Lagos gave rise to a considerable economic development, which was translated in the fixation of many people in the city, originating its urban growth. The continuous harassment that the city suffered on the part of the North African corso forced the construction of a second waist of walls, adapted to the new concepts of the military architecture, that the generalization of the use of the artillery had introduced, and that the Portuguese, following the model of the Italian vanguard, were put into practice in Morocco and in most of the territories integrated in the Empire

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Fortaleza de Sagres

To: Sagres, Sagres, District of Faro, Algarve The Sagres Fortress, also known as Promotorium Sacrum, built by order of the Infante D. Henrique, the Navigator, where in the interior we will see; cannons, a sixteenth-century tower and also the Church of Our Lady of Grace, one of the former ex-libris monument is the rose of the winds, a sundial that some consider to be from the time of the child and the nautical school he founded in Sagres.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Cape Saint Vincent

To: Cabo de San Vicente, Sagres, District of Faro, Algarve Very close, we have the Cape Fort of San Vicente, built in the 16th century to protect the coast from the Moorish attacks, pirates and, according to legend, the site where the fortress was built will have received the remains of San Vicente before being transferred to Lisbon.  Overnight in Albufeira Meals not included on this day. Accommodation not included on this day

Duration: 1 hour

Day 3 3rd day: Albufeira - Sesimbra - Setubal - Almada - Lisbon

Stop At: Castelo de Sesimbra

You are in: Sesimbra Castle, Sesimbra, Setúbal District, Alentejo On the way back to Lisbon we will visit some cities before arriving in Lisbon, such as Sesimbra, which visits the Castle of the Moors, on the northern slope of the village, this fortress was classified as a national monument in 1910 and is today one of the most visited sites in the municipality. Built in the 9th century, still under Islamic occupation, its role throughout history has always been the land and maritime defense of the region.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At:

You are in: Sesimbra Castle, Sesimbra, Setúbal District, Alentejo In the bay you will find the Maritime Museum of Sesimbra where you will know the connection of this Portuguese village to the sea and the art of fishing, from the history of the local fishermen, how they traveled and the utensils they used, to the maritime devotions, There are several rooms to explore . The ex-libris of this museum is a 3D movie that takes you on a journey back to the time of prehistory and medieval times, ending in a return to the ocean and the future of Sesimbra.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Baia de Setubal

ara in: Setúbal Bay, Setúbal, Setúbal District, Alentejo Setúbal and the sea, fishermen, boats, river and sea are inseparable and the Setúbal identity, demonstrated and colored by the hundreds of boats anchored along the riverside front contrasting with the bronzed skin of men of toil, real people the sea, accustomed to overcome all the different challenges, with a peculiar wisdom and humor, able to paint pictures with words that make anyone hypnotized.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Setubal

The Fort of São Filipe, also known as Castelo de São Filipe and Fortaleza de São Filipe, is a fortification located in Setúbal, classified as a national monument since 1933. It is located in the Arrábida Natural Park

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei

The National Sanctuary of Cristo Rei or, simply, Cristo Rei, is a sanctuary and religious monument dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus located in the parish of Pragal, in the municipality of Almada

Duration: 1 hour
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