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Lagoa – Porches – Silves – Estômbar – Benagila

The pleasant inland town of Lagoa is the wine capital of the Algarve. Take a walk through the old streets and visit the traditional fresh fish market, restaurants, and shops.


A small village close to Lagoa and is renowned for its pottery by the Swift family. It’s worth a visit to observe the artists as they decorate each item.


Makes a fabulous day out to visit the historic town with its ancient Moorish castle. It’s located on a hill among the peach, almond and orange trees. In its heyday, it was a larger and more powerful city than Lisbon itself. In those days Silves was a port trading in figs and timber from Monchique.


Typical Algarvean village with its narrow winding streets and nearby the Sitio das Fontes a great place to refresh yourself in its clear serene waters, in the restored tide mill.


A small fishing village with six restaurants and a beautiful sandy beach. The main attraction is to take a boat trip to explore the famous caves, plus you can enjoy a fantastic walk along the cliff tops with breathtaking views.

Drive times from Lagoa:

45 minutes drive to Faro International Airport

20 minutes drive to Zoomarine

5 minutes drive to Slide and Splash

5 minutes drive to golf courses