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Faro Airport
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Portimão, portuguese city of Faro`s district,”headquarters” of a municipality composed of three parishes (Portimão, Alvor and Mexilhoeira Grande), presents itself as a reference in the Algarve, in Portugal, distinguishing itself by its tourism, its pulse and very own dynamism and diversity of activities that make your day-to-day living so intense and marked by a rhythm that stays throughout the year. Portimão is a great destination for shopping, street strollings, where you will find charming shops, plus a wide variety of coffee shops. In addition, often are the times when tourists are looking for the city of Portimão to enjoy sardines, roasted with a little salt, charcoal grills and just washed in seawater.
In recent years, the mouth of the Rio Arade has been the scene of major events. The city of Portimão has also been developing a great potential to connoisseurs of coarse fishing or water sports such as jet skiing, sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving and spear fishing.
Being currently the third port nationally that receives more passengers from cruise ships, thereby enhancing the quality of tourism in a county characterized by mass tourism, Portimão, the second largest city in the district, also offers one of the most popular destinations known: Praia da Rocha. Framed by natural cliffs and rocks, Praia da Rocha offers all its splendor, the long golden beach and the crystal clear waters. In the evening, you can dine in a good restaurant, visit the Casino da Rocha and dance the night away in one of its nightclubs.
Visit Portimão and enjoy this city`s charm.

The village of Carvoeiro, in the municipality of Lagoa, Algarve, Portugal, presents itself as a growing international tourist center, where you can indulge in the daily work of fishermen, observing, on top of a cliff, what remains from the walls of Nossa Senhora da Conceição`s fort (XVII) or even visit Nossa Senhora da Encarnação`s shrine. In Carvoeiro are also unusual rock formations carved by wind and sea of Algar Seco, comprising authentic natural balconies and windows overlooking the sea, where you can find romantic Valentine’s Balcony.
Thus, Carvoeiro is a particularly attractive and quality holiday choice sought by domestic and foreign tourists, due mostly to its history, the number of small beaches by jagged rocky cliffs, with clear waters and fine sand, the reputation of the golf field, as well as the infrastructures created to warm welcome Carvoeiro`s visitors. Therefore, Carvoeiro becomes a must-pass, which should not be overlooked when visiting the Algarve in Portugal. Visit Carvoeiro and find out what this town has to offer.

The city of Faro, capital of the district of Faro and seat of the municipality consists of six parishes (Sé, São Pedro, Santa Bárbara de Nexe, Montenegro, Conceição and Estoi), is presented, due to Faro airport, as the second greater external input of Portugal (Lisbon to follow), which gives a distinctly cosmopolitan valence . To better know the city and its essence one can opt for a walk along its streets, enjoying the monuments, history, and the shops, cafes and street animations that Faro has at its disposal. No less interesting are the tours through the villages of Estoi and Santa Barbara de Nexe.
Apart from Faro`s diverse built heritage and religious, especially churches, chapels and cathedral, it isalso a county with a natural framework for excellence, gathering conditions for the practice of nautical tourism and nature. In the coastal area of the municipality of Faro, you can enjoy the Parque Natural da Ria Formosa, one of the Seven Natural Wonders, and visit its islands – Culatra Island, Faro Island and Desert Island. The characteristics of endogenous allow Ria also practice activities like kytesurf, canoeing, windsurfing, rowing, boating, bird watching (birdwatching), giving visitors unique moments of sharing with nature. Apart from tourism, the Ria presents itself as a privileged area for the development of economic activities such as fishing, shellfish, mollusc farming and pisciculture There is also an area called barrocal, characterized by hills and valleys, where there are still some plant species typically from Algarve, including carob , olive, orange, and almond trees. Visit Faro and soak up the charm of this county.