Best of the Eastern Algarve

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Come and discover authentic Algarve cities, we’ll visit remote rustic villages, ancient buildings and monuments that are filled with history. Our trip starts in the capital of the Algarve, the city of Faro. Here, we’ll stroll through the narrow streets and the squares until we reach the famous Village Arch. Our first stop will be in Olhão, one of the oldest fishing villages in the Region. Here, you can enjoy a stroll along Ria Formosa and take in the beauty of this famous natural park. You will also have time to savour some of the delicious cuisine the region has to offer, and to try the wonderful — and fresh! — fish and shellfish that the various restaurants in Olhão have on their menu. And we’ve kept the best for last: the charming city of Tavira. Is a looking glass into an Algarve of traditions, filled with character and, above all, beautiful. Among the points of interest, of note are the city’s castle and Santa Maria do Castelo Church.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Cityrama

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Faro

We start the tour byvisiting Faro, the capital of Algarve province with its 13th century city centre.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Olhao

Then we follow on to the Moorish town of Olhão, a key town for fishing and its important fish market.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Tavira

Visit the attractive and charming old town of Tavira with a 4th Century Roman Bridge and its many churches.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By:

Then on to Cacela Velha, a village located on a sandy slope in front of the Ria Formosa and the sea, from where you can visit one of the most beautiful panoramic landscapes of the Algarve.

Pass By:

Monte Gordo is situated on one of the finest beaches of the Eastern Algarve, and has been transformed from a minor fishing village into a modern and popular resort town.

Pass By: Vila Real de Santo Antonio

The border town with Spain, separated bt the generous mouth of the Guadiana river.
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