Plenty can be said about the intense natural beauty of the southernmost region of Portugal, the Algarve. Its ticket to fame include an extensive collection of sunny beaches, superior golf resorts, charming fishing villages overlooking beautiful coves, and its nice and comfortable Mediterranean climate.
Tourism boomed in 1960s when travelers started to discover this paradise in this part of Portugal lying between Faro and Lagos. Since then, establishments have sprouted everywhere. There are now villas, bars, shops, hotels and restaurants all over the place. But there’s a part that’s less developed and has a more rugged terrain, and this is in the western Atlantic coast.
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