Dining in a Michelin-starred restaurant is not just about the food – it’s an immersive experience that engages all senses.
From the meticulous presentation of each dish to the carefully curated ambiance, these establishments strive to create an unforgettable culinary journey. Explore the unique design elements, the selected wine pairings, and the personalized service that elevates the dining experience to a level of luxury and sophistication.
In the Algarve, each Michelin-starred restaurant boasts a distinctive culinary identity, showcasing the creativity and expertise of its chefs. You can expect a symphony of flavors, from delicate seafood dishes inspired by the Atlantic to robust meat-centric plates paying homage to Portugal’s agricultural heritage.
A time for relaxation, rejuvenation, and fun. Holidays are a chance to escape the everyday hustle and bustle and experience something new.
But why does going on holiday make everybody so happy?
Historically, holidays have been seen as a time to celebrate religious festivals, cultural events, and the changing of the seasons. They were also a time for people to travel and visit friends or family who lived far away. It can be seen as a way for people to bond with each other and create new memories, or a way for people to learn about different cultures and lifestyles.
The Algarve is known for its vibrant summer agenda, which every year offers something for everyone.
From music festivals and art exhibitions to food and wine tastings, sports competitions, and cultural celebrations, the region presents an incredible lineup of events. Get ready to immerse yourself in a whirlwind of entertainment as we explore what’s happening across the Algarve during July, August, and September, in 2023.
As one of Portugal’s most popular destinations, the Algarve offers its visitors various activities and experiences to enjoy.
From pristine beaches and stunning natural landscapes to surprising history and cultural attractions, there is something for everyone in this southern region of the country. Bring your notebook, because we will explore some of the best activities to do in the Algarve.
Marrion is the friendly face you’ll meet when you arrive at one of our houses.
With great love for hospitality, Marrion always dreamed to become an airline hostess so she could travel the world. In 1999 she came to Portugal, which she calls home, since then. I invited her for a coffee, on a sunny terrace (and day) — and we had a wonderful conversation about the art of making someone feel at home, away from home.
Summer is a synonym for beach days, a relaxed lifestyle, and family time — but it is also a moment to enjoy outdoor events, whether you’re a fan of music, gastronomy, sports, or local traditions. Let’s take a look at some of our favorite ones!
When you visit Algarve — the 360º Algarve — you will discover some of the charms and secrets of Portuguese history that time couldn’t erase. It is also a chance to time travel while finding many traces of the different cultures that have come together throughout the history of this region.
From the evidence of the Roman presence to the heritage of the long legacy of the Muslim era, from the Christian reconquest to the epic period of the Portuguese discoveries, you will connect with a distinctive historical past.
If a barbecue or grilled fish is what you’re looking for on your summer holidays, you have plenty of options in the Algarve. However, if you are vegan or vegetarian, the options get a bit shyer. But don’t worry, they do exist! Most of them change their menu every day, which is good when you want to try different flavors until the end of summer. Let’s meet some of them!
It’s that time of the year again, and now you have to make decisions.
But today is your lucky day, as we have a tailored list that might help, in case you’re dealing with some serious case of “Sea, Sand & Sun” in your closest circle. And, because we have a feeling that airplane tickets make you daydream too, feel free to make your own wishlist for the season. You deserve it.
The Algarve is known for being one of the best holiday destinations in Europe, with over 300 days of sunshine a year and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. But if you’re visiting this region of Portugal outside of the high season, or even looking for other places to visit besides the beach, don’t worry, there’s plenty to do in the Algarve in winter too.
From visiting a cork factory, exploring historic towns or municipal markets, here are some of the coolest things to do in the Algarve during wintertime.
Holidays, that magic word that makes your heart sing while you dream about all the amazing things you’ll be doing, eating, visiting. Having a good rest is a big deal, sure, but don’t you just love to disconnect from your daily routines, with brand new activities that will create wonderful memories? If the answer is yes, this article was made for you.
So, Why is it so important to have the best partners — and how did we choose them?
Because spending holidays somewhere is much more than renting a good house. Is the whole experience, and how it makes you feel after you check out. We choose partners based on our personal experiences, and we bring nothing but the best to you. Yes, nothing but the best.
Did you know the first vines in the Algarve were planted twenty-three centuries ago, and that the region has excellent soil for growing vines? Until not very long ago, me neither.
The transcendent beauty of the Algarve offers much more than stunning beaches. A vibrant countryside hides breathtaking landscapes that will make you fall in love with the region. It is in the midst of these natural wonders that 2000 vineyards and almost 30 winemakers thrive in an environment with more than 300 days of sunshine a year.