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All reviews cobbled streets walled city orange trees lovely town cafes and restaurants worth a visit stork nests municipal museum walk around nice walk bell tower couple of hours few hours ria formosa marina stroll architecture
We rented a car to visit smaller towns like Faro and Sagres while staying in Lagos. Parking is ample outside the old town so that you don't have to navigate the narrow streets. Lots of food choices and boutiques. History at every turn of the...More
More pleasant than Albufeira by a huge distance and a bit more genuine Portuguese feel than Vilamoura. Nice to stroll around. Lovely cobbled streets. Quiet when we were there. Good for a couple of hours site seeing excluding lunch or dinner.
We went to Old Town Faro on the train from Portimao. It is really lovely but very small. The church and museum were interesting and the views from the tower were great. It is a lovely way to spend an hour or two but there...More
Too easy to land at Faro and rush off to your resort. We spent a great day wandering inside the walls of the old town. Loads of history, Roman, Moorish, Medieval, etc. The Museum is worth a visit also. Some nice bars and 3 great...More
Our first stop in Algarve, only stayed here for one night. It follows a similar structure to other seaside villages with it's cobbled and narrow streets. Though it is the 'airport town', it wasn't as busy as we would've thought it would be. The Old...More