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Tavira, Algarve, Portugal: a cultural city guide Churches still outnumber hotels, and you can glimpse what the Algarve was like before mass tourism. Helen Pickles goes exploring.

Tavira, Algarve, Portugal: a cultural city guide Churches still outnumber hotels, and you can glimpse what the Algarve was like before mass tourism. Helen Pickles goes exploring.

28 Incredibly Beautiful Places You Won't believe Actually Exist The Blue Dragon River, Portugal

Odeleite River (a. "The Blue Dragon River"), Algarve, Castro Marim, Portugal. "The river is also known as 'The Blue Dragon River' because of its dark blue color and curvy shape.

#Atle is the prettiest village in the Algarve and you can find this #waterfall, Queda #Vigario, 2km just outside the village.  Enjoy a day out here in the cool clean water with your lilos and inflatables and picnic on the grass.  Take your own umbrella as you will not find much natural shade.  http://www.greatholidaylocations.com/things-to-do/amble-guides/alte-algarve/

Wild swimming in the clear spring waters is one of the best things to do with the children, when on holiday, in the Alte area of the Algarve in Portugal.

Caldas de Monchique is a spa town in the Monchique Mountains in the Algarve region of Portugal. It has been famous for its waters, which supposedly have healing properties, since Roman times.

Caldas de Monchique is a spa town in the Monchique Mountains in the Algarve region of Portugal. It has been famous for its waters, which supposedly have healing properties, since Roman times. portugal travel tips

Alcobaça Monastery - Portugal. UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Majestic lines - century Monestery of Santa Maria d'Alcobaça, in central Portugal. UNESCO World Heritage Site. photo by Jose Paulo