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The Algarve is 2h30 distance from Lisbon and four and a half hours from Oporto by car.

Faro airport is situated just 4 Km from the capital of the Algarve, linking the Algarve to a great number of European cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Cologne, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Copenhagen, London, Paris, Oslo, Zurich, among many others.


Feel the light of the Algarve... On the beaches, in the climate, in the cuisine, the hospitality...

The beaches in the Algarve, with their red cliffs, are a delight!! The little fishing villages and the wealth of fresh fish and seafood make this a must for our visitors. You'll find sun and light all year long, beaches, golf, museums and castles...

The almond sweets, the white houses with their ornate chimneys, are the result of the region's rich history, filled with Moorish influences and castles.

The hotel Porto Bay Falésia looks forward to welcoming you!

What to do

Sea, radical sports, nature reserves, museums and castles, nightlife, vida noturna, Algarve fish, algarvian sweets, typicas houses, Albufeira, Olhos d'Água...


Clear and calm waters, spectacular reddish cliffs with bays, caves and sands, and the warm Atlantic breeze make this region truly unforgettable.


In the Algarve the Oceânico Old Course stands out as one of the best golf courses in Portugal, and the Oceânico Victoria Course, that hosts the Portugal Masters.

Algarve on foot...

For some enthusiasts walks are an excellent way to discover an alternative Algarve, that is closer to nature. The Algarve has paths next to the coast or inland to offer.


Different water sports are practised in the Algarve, namely diving, surfing, water skiing, sailing, boat trips, and lots more...

Radical Sports

In the Algarve you can practice extreme sports, adventure and paragliding - the prevailing winds on the Costa Vicentina (west coast) are perfect for the latter.


Discover the fantastic landscapes of the Algarve mountains and coast by bicycle. ..

Nature reserves

The Algarve is a strategic point for lovers of the wild countryside, that here can find an enviable natural heritage.

Museums and castles

Museums house much of the Algarve's history but it is present above all in the monuments in Aljezur, Lagos, Silves, Faro, Tavira, Castro Marim and Alcoutim.

Theme & Amusement Parks

Aquatic parks, adventure parks, woodland obstacle courses, dolphin shows with educational aspects.


There is no shortage of things to do during the day but the night also offers a wide range of entertainment. Throughout the Algarve and there are lots of bars with live music and discos.

Algarve Fish

Fish and seafood straight from the sea are part of everyday life for those who live here all year round and for those who come to visit for a few days rest.

Algarvian Sweets

The popularity of marzipan doesn't go unnoticed, not just because of its flavour, but also the way in which it can be modelled into fruits, flowers and even birds figures.

Typical Houses

With unique characteristics, traditional Algarve architecture has a strong Arab influence, reflecting the history, the popular taste and specific necessities of the people of this region.


Albufeira is one of the most important areas of tourism in the region.

Olhos d'Água

A small typical fishing town. The Praia da Falésia is one of the loveliest beaches on the rocky Algarve.

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