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Explore THE LOCAL ENERGY

Nautical types can go yacht shopping – imaginary or otherwise – at dashing Vilamoura Marina or Albufeira Marina. Venture inland for historic towns with cobbled streets, bustling markets and peaceful orange and lemon groves: Silves, Loulé and Querença are ripe for adventures. Enjoy people-watching at vibrant Vilamoura, one of the three corners of Algarve’s Golden Triangle, or admire candy-coloured architecture in the coastal city of Albufeira.

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TOAST OF
THE TOWN

After lunch or dinner at one of the power-duo restaurants at W Algarve, mingle with fashionable locals at the region’s buzzing beach clubs, which range in tempo from mellow to high-energy. The Algarve’s alluring food and drink scene spans Michelin-starred crowd-pleasers, wine-estate heroes and stylish beachside hangouts. Naturally, seafood is a local highlight – best paired with a glass or two of icy Portuguese white wine.

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Views of the Algarve

The Algarve is famous for its glittering coastline and golden beaches. Go yacht-shopping at Vilamoura or Albufeira marinas, or discover a secret cove and unwind on an iconic stretch of sand. There are plenty of scenic local beaches: Evaristo Beach, Falésia Beach, Galé Beach, Castelo Beach and Marinha beach - ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. It is also worth venturing inland for serene, green golf courses, adventurous bike rails, hilltop villages and peaceful forests.


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The W Algarve