The Algarve is better known for its thriving tourist industry than its wine. The truth is that many wine producers in this area have been awarded prizes for the excellence and quality of their products. Wines and vines have been in the Algarve for thousands of years. Its mild climate is easier on the vine than the heat just a little further north. The Algarve features the Denominações de Origem Controlada (DOC) of Lagos, Lagoa, Tavira, and Portimao.
Sunday, November 17, 2013
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Wednesday, November 13, 2013
The Algarve is home to some of the world's most beautiful beaches. From quiet beaches that are almost hidden by cliffs to crowded beaches ideal for holiday makers, there is a dream beach for everyone. If you are planning to move in this region, consider renting or buying a property at the seaside. This way you will be able to go to the beach and enjoy crystal the clear water whenever you have some free time. Here are the most impressive beaches in the Algarve:
Locals and tourists can explore the history of the Algarve by visiting the castles, forts and ruins in this area. There are numerous historical sites and monuments going back to the roots of Roman and Moorish culture. Castelo de Silves, Cerro da Vila, Fortalezza de Sagres, and Caldas de Monchique are well worth a visit. These attractions reflect the country's historical heritage and celebrate its past.