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Why The Algarve Is A Great Place For Children

Why The Algarve Is A Great Place For Children

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Whether you are living in the Algarve or are coming for a holiday or short break the one thing that anyone with young children will be happy to hear is that the Algarve is a fantastic place to come as a family. But just why is the Algarve such a…

The Three Secrets Of F

The Three Secrets Of F

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The history of Portugal has always been closely linked to the religion of the country and one of the most famous historical encounters came in Fátima. Fátima is a town that was founded in 1568 but it came to world prominence in 1917 when three children saw an apparition of…

Travel In Portugal And Discover Fado Music

Travel In Portugal And Discover Fado Music

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A trip to Portugal would not be complete without experiencing the beautiful and haunting sounds of Fado, the traditional music associated with Portugal. Portugal has long been known as the country of the three F’s: Football, Fatima and Fado and when you travel in Portugal if you want to really…

Moving To Portugal And Living In Cabanas

Moving To Portugal And Living In Cabanas

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Anyone thinking about moving to Portugal will probably have a picture postcard idea about where  they would like to live already firmly imprinted on their mind.  If you are looking for the quaint cobbled streets of a fishing village bathed in the beautiful Algarve sun then one of the best…

Port Wine From Portugal

Port Wine From Portugal

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When talking about wine in Portugal it would be impossible to discuss the subject without at the very least mentioning Port wine. Port is a fortified wine and for it to be actually acknowledged as a Port it must be made in the Douro Valley in the north of Portugal…

Whats On In The Algarve March 25 March 31

Whats On In The Algarve  March 25  March 31

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Celebrate the best of the events going on this Easter in the Algarve and use our handy what’s on in the Algarve guide to find events happening near to you this week. Easter is traditionally when the Algarve starts to really wake up after the winter season with many tourists…

Food Not To Miss When In The Algarve

Food Not To Miss When In The Algarve

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Whether you live in the Algarve or are on holiday there are certain foods that you really should make time to try out. Our Iberian neighbours in Spain have managed to successfully let the world know all about the great food they have to offer in the different regions, however…

The Pombaline Era In Portugal

The Pombaline Era In Portugal

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The first Marquis of Pombal was Sebastião João Carvalho e Melo who lived between 1699 and 1782 and was considered to be a very important figure in Portuguese history thanks to his sweeping reforms and his swift actions taken after the earthquake of 1755. The Marquis first began his political…

Visit The “End Of The World” In Sagres When You Travel To Portugal

Visit The “End Of The World” In Sagres When You Travel To Portugal

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When you travel to Portugal while you are in the country it is well worth making the trek down to Sagres, the most south westerly point of Europe and a destination packed full of history. Sagres is located in the Algarve and has become a popular tourist destination for people…

Moving To Portugal And Living In Olh

Moving To Portugal And Living In Olh

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If you are considering moving to Portugal then the fishing port city of Olhão should be somewhere to consider and although it is a relatively new place on the tourism map it has long been a bustling metropolis fueled by the fishing industry. In recent years development to Olhão has…

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