Customer Service

Chat

Activities, Algarve

Alvor Boardwalk

The Alvor Boardwalk is a flat, wooden footpath, twisting its way from the harbour beside the fishermen’s huts, through to the dunes and the wetlands of the Ria de Alvor Nature Reserve.

READ MORE

Boat Trips

One of the best ways of exploring the diverse coastline and beaches of the Algarve is by boat, and the most relaxing and comfortable way to do this is on a luxury coastal cruise.

READ MORE

Cycling

The Algarve, with its 300 days of sunshine a year, long open coastal roads and the hilly terrain of its interior, make it an ideal all-year-round cycling destination.

READ MORE

Jeep Safari

There are many companies offering Jeep Safaris in the Algarve, some are self-driven, others have a driver and guide. There are full, or half day safaris to choose from depending on how far you want to travel.

READ MORE

Lagos Zoo

Lagos Zoo is located in the town of Barao de Sao Joao, eight-kilometres to the east of Lagos.

READ MORE

Skydiving

Skydiving has become a very popular sport for those seeking thrills and excitement. What could be more exhilarating than jumping from an aeroplane, than freefalling through the air at 120mph for between 30 to 90 seconds?

READ MORE

Walking Trails

There are several walking trails throughout the Algarve. You can choose to explore on your own, or hire a local walking guide to show you the best routes to follow.

READ MORE

Water Sports

With excellent marinas, harbours and award-winning beaches, the Algarve is a great place to enjoy water sports, from flyboarding, surfing, snorkelling, jet skiing, water skiing, scuba diving and kayaking, to stand up paddle surfing (SUP).

READ MORE

Winery Tours

With its sunny climate, the Algarve has a long history of winemaking, being a thriving industry across the whole of Portugal.

READ MORE

Zoomarine

Zoomarine is a popular marine theme park located in Guia, which is only a 20-minute drive from Albufeira.

READ MORE