The tourist heart of the Algarve and the main attraction for sun lovers.
A busy and pleasant seaside resort with golden sandy beaches and an exuberant nightlife.
The modern seaside resort with its white houses built against a steep slope is very popular among the partying youngsters.
A pearl in the Portuguese Algarve!
The town is characterized by beautiful churches, cobblestone streets and cute squares.
There are many bars in a hippie atmosphere and nice, small boutiques. You will also encounter street art with great regularity.
Forte do Pau da Bandeira, is the symbol of Lagos.
The city is a must see full of special sights and charming neighborhoods.
The popular tram sometimes literally squeezes itself through the narrow streets and takes you to Castelo de São Jorge. Here you can enjoy the most beautiful view of the historic center and the Tagus.
It is an authentic experience that you cannot and will not miss!
Fado music and Lisbon are inextricably linked. The idyllic sounds touch hearts of many Portuguese every day. You have not been to Lisbon unless you have also dived into the nightlife of the Portuguese city!
Colorful second city of Portugal, vibrantly versatile with many sights and culinary delights.
The atmospheric old town with its azulejos-tiled houses, narrow streets with impressive works of art and traditional Port boats give the city a picturesque look.
The churches are a must see! The sober exterior is offset with lavish gold trims inside.
São Bento in Porto is one of the most beautiful stations in the world, with 20,000 painted tiles.
The gateway to the Algarve. A cozy authentic city and lies partly on a white rock formation. The city has a classic atmosphere, surrounded by an impressive city wall and three special city gates.
The attractive marina is located in the middle of the center. Praia da Faro beach is located on the outskirts of the city.
The most impressive sight of Faro is Capello dos Ossos, built with the bones of deceased monks.
Bordering Faro is a huge nature reserve.