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We have returned to the blog to tell you again about routes with our motorhome. On this occasion, to tell you about a caravan route through the Algarve and 10 stops you should make in the south of Portugal.
The Algarve has something that everyone who has gone falls in love with. There are few who do not repeat and there is no one who has not admired the incredible landscapes that they have had the opportunity to see.
Also, this beach area wild It has many places to camp with our caravan or motorhome facing the sea, which makes this a perfect destination for caravan lovers like you. If you have not been to the Algarve yet, choose a date and pack your bags, because it is a destination that will blow you away. Do you want to see the stops that you should not miss? Let's go there!
One of the first towns that you will find as soon as you cross the border is Tavira. It is around 25 kilometers from the border with Spain and about 30 from Faro, the capital of the region.
Tavira is a quiet and cozy town, which you should not go to if you are looking for too much nightlife. It is ideal to spend a few days of relaxation and calm. This town, moreover, receives fewer tourists than the central area of the Algarve which makes this town a paradise for the less conventional. That is why we consider it to be a mandatory first.
Capital of the Algarve and one of the most visited places in the south of the country. It stands out for its cultural, gastronomic and nightlife offer. But, above all, it stands out for its postcard beaches and its fantastic climate in summer.
It is the closest city to the airport in case you are going to go by plane. Finally, Faro stands out Ria Formosa natural park. A total of 179 hectares of nature, flora and fauna that make Faro the perfect combination for those who want to enjoy nature and the beach in the same trip.
Famous for its huge marina, casino and golf courses. The most chic, elegant and sophisticated area of the Algarve is a perfect corner for those who want to surround themselves with an atmosphere of luxury and elite.
Although we are not millionaires, we do not have a yacht or play in the casino, it is worth making a stop in Vilamoura to see the incredible yachts that dock there and get to know a town different from the rest of the Algarve.
Albufeira is the fourth stop on our tour. Tourist and nerve center par excellence in the Algarve. So much so that it has come to be called mass tourism that you suffer In this city.
The whole city is full of hotels and apartments that, especially in summer, fill up with tourists to enjoy the beaches and promenades.
You will not find a great cultural or historical offer, but nevertheless you will not miss the nightlife of bars and clubs and stalls and markets on the seafront.
Belonging to the municipality of Lagoa, Carvoeiro is a Portuguese parish that stands out for its tranquility and calm. It is ideal for families or couples who want to enjoy a relaxed vacation, away from the mass tourism of its neighboring Albufeira or Portimao.
In addition to offering Praia de Carvoeiro, you will find the option of hiking and climbing routes. Special mention deserves the Praia de Marinha, considered one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Europe and one of the 100 best valued worldwide. It is an icon in the Algarve area and it is worth visiting it to see it. Recommended!
Despite being one of the southern Portuguese towns that receive the most tourism, it is still one of those that more and better conserves its local and traditional architecture.
Praia da Rocha It is the most touristic area of this city, which you will find crowded with tourists whatever time it is when you come to visit it. The good? The extension of the beach will catch your attention, very wide and spacious.
The visit stands out, on the other hand, the view of the river Arde that flows a few kilometers from the center of the city. You will not find the traditional Portuguese charm in Portimao but it is nice to take a walk through the historic center of the city.
Famous for the wall that surrounds its historic center and its cliffs. It offers both a family life with entertainment for all ages and an incessant nightlife for the liveliest.
It is usually recommended spend at least two days in Lagos to see the essentials and enjoy the city as it deserves. This area is less busy and oppressive than Albufeira or Portimao, so it is ideal if you flee from the big crowds.
The beach that you cannot miss in Lagos is Praia da Luz. It is a tourist complex located 6 kilometers from the center of Lagos. Its beaches are fabulous and a perfect destination for families with young children.
The last stop our caravan route through the Algarve: Sagres and the Cape of San Vicente. One of the most magical places to see an impressive sunset. In addition, the town of Sagres is a space full of tranquility and peace. It is still away from the tourist masses, so it is ideal if you want to disconnect from the bustle of other crowded towns in the Algarve. Sagres is, without a doubt, the perfect place to end our route.
Have you already been on a caravan route through the Portuguese Algarve and made other stops? Let us know in a comment!
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