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District of Faro

South of Portugal, the Algarve covers an area of 5,412 km² and has a population of 441,468 inhabitants [1]. Capital: Faro.

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Coast. Sun, beach, fun, shopping, rest, leisure, nature and walks. That's Algarve!.

From Aljezur to Vila Real de Santo Antônio, two hundred kilometers of coast, where some of the most beautiful beaches of Portugal and Europe are found.

Litoral, Barrocal and Serra - The facets of geography, with its enchanting landscapes and villages.

Besides the Portuguese, the Algarve is one of the favorite destinations of British, German, Dutch and tourists of other nationalities.

Algarve International Destination

Besides the Portuguese, the Algarve is one of the favorite destinations of British, German, Dutch and tourists of other nationalities.

Some History

The Muslim occupation (715-1249) left deep marks in the region, starting with the name. During this period, the Muslims called this place Al-Gharb-Al-Andalus ("West of Anadaluzia"), origin of the current Algarve name. See more: History.

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All Algarve

Check below all Algarve's Municipalities

Albufeira

Alcoutim

Aljezur

Castro Marim

Faro, capital

Lagoa

Lagos

Loulé

Olhão

Monchique

Portimão

São Brás de Alportel

Silves

Tavira

Vila do Bispo

V. R. de Santo Antonio