2 Days Private Tour In the Algarve from Lisbon

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

Itinerary Details

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Day 1 Lisboa - Algarve

Stop At: Tavira

After a short description of how our Two Days in The Algarve from Lisbon will be, we will start towards the Algrave, being the first stop Tavira, at Praça da República we will find the City Hall and the Islamic Museological Nucleus with a diverse archaeological collection from the Islamic period, Vaso de Tavira, the ex-libris of the museum, the Misericórdia Church, built between 1541 and 1551, is considered the most remarkable Renaissance expression of the Algarve. In the Tavira Castle a military architecture that went through several phases over time with an important role in the defense of this territory, the perfect place for a panoramic view of the city.

Duration: 3 hour

Stop At: Faro

Perhaps the city in the Algarve with more heritage, Faro a city to discover it within its walls, with a history so divergent wealth to the poverty of looting to authentic destruction especially during the great earthquake of 1755. In Faro we disftrutar of its historical center and who knows how to have a coffee in one of the many cafés and terraces.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Vilamoura

Vilamoura, it´s the country’s largest luxury complex with: Marina, five golf courses, nightclubs, tennis and diving club and many star-studded hotels. The Vilamoura marina receives annually private yachts from whole World, nevertheless the first one in 1974, was the Giralda sailboat of His Royal Highness, the Count of Barcelona, from here never again stopped, having become an important center of tourism and lodging private residential luxury.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Albufeira

With three magnificent beaches; Praia dos Pescadores, Peneco and Inatel, Albufeira is undoubtedly a place not to be missed, with the colorful fishing boats on the ” Pescadores” beach, authentic live memories of a fishing past, keeping the fishermen tradition they continue to provide local restaurants with fish caught daily. The historic center of Albufeira with a traditional atmosphere with its whitewashed houses with narrow cobbled streets filled with cafes and shops with a lively nightlife being the central avenue is a succession of tempting bars, restaurants and nightclubs.

Duration: 1 hour

Day 2 Albufeira - Lisboa

Stop At: Lagos

Lagos was already in the middle of the sixteenth century, the great base of support for the Discoveries, the place from which its main expeditions departed 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 to 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 Italian avant-garde, had been putting into practice in Morocco and in most of the territories integrated in the Empire.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Sagres

The Sagres Fortress, also known as Promotorium Sacrum, built by order of Prince Henry the Navigator, where inside we will see; cannons, a sixteenth-century tower and also the Church of Our Lady of Grace, one of the former monument ex-líbris is the rose of the winds, a sundial that some consider to be of the time of the infant and the nautical school that he founded in Sagres. Very close by we have the Fortress of “Cabo de Sao Vicente”, built in the 16th century to protect the coast from the Moorish attacks, pirates and, according to the legend, the place where the fortress was built will have received the remains of San Vicente before they were moved to Lisbon.

Duration: 2 hour
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