Portugal joined the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in 1965, although later, in 1972, the country left the organisation and officially re-joined in 1974. Portugal was also a member of the Executive Committee…
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'All bows lead to Benagil' I joke each summer, as an army of tourists descends daily on the most famous sea cave of the Algarve. Boats from all directions, often captained by local fishermen who have traded Sardines in for more lucrative selfie…
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Want to discover the Algarve beyond the famous spots and beaches, here are some amazing hidden gems in the Algarve for you to explore.
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Come rain or shine; there's never a dull moment. Rainfall isn't something that often happens in the Algarve, but on those few occasions that it does, fear not, there's plenty to do. rainy day Algarve activities
There are many cultural,…
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Long days filled by lounging on a beach with the sea breeze on your skin followed by a romantic evening stroll along the sandy shoreline are some of the simple things that many couples love to do in the Algarve that don't cost a thing.
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