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Thinking about holidays in Algarve? Well, for family and couples summer holidays alike, you couldn't pick a better spot. Long, hot summer seasons, vast golden stretches of sand backed by orange cliffs and fantastic resorts with all the amenities and activities you could ask for are waiting for you on this southern sun-drenched coast of Portugal.

For beach lovers searching for Algarve holidays, the list of family-friendly resorts goes on and on. The popular hotspots of Albufeira, Vilamoura will keep holidaymakers entertained from dusk till dawn, and both resorts are handily located for the airport in Faro. A little further along the coast, Praia de Roche has a fantastic golden beach with a fun zone for kids, a huge variety of watersports on offer and a buzzing nightlife.

 

Algarve holidays boast a plethora of charming towns and villages just a stone's throw from the main resorts too. Alvor is known for its superb seafood restaurants, while Ferragudo is so picture-perfect that you'll be scrabbling for your camera! From the lively marinas, vibrant towns and beautiful bays lined with alfresco restaurants to the mix of world-class golf resorts and spas, holidays in Algarve are perfect for all ages. Summer months (June to September) enjoy the high season in terms of the touristy crowd, while spring (April and May) and autumn (October to November) are the best times to visit Algarve for water-based activities while the sea water is still warm. The winter months (December to March) are the best time of the year to grab amazing deals on hotels without breaking the bank. Every season comes with its advantages - the golf courses are open all year round too.

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Places to go and things to do in Almeria Coast

Almeria's Eight Beaches

Almeria's Eight Beaches

Almeria boasts no less than eight beaches where tourists and locals mingle as they enjoy some downtime in the sun. The beaches get busy but they’re clean and the sheer choice means there’s usually room to spread out. And because you’re in the city, you’re never too far from a beach bar, shop or café.

Oasys Mini Hollywood

Visit the village of Tabernas where you'll find Oasys Mini Hollywood and it's just half an hour from the city. This part-time, fully working film location is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area and has been the film set for Hollywood Western blockbusters such as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and A Fistful of Dollars. It’s the perfect excuse to play cowboys for a day!

Visit the Ancient Ensemble of La Alcazaba

Like most Spanish cities, Almeria has a long and interesting history with the architecture to prove it. For a glimpse into Almeria’s past, head to the 10th century Monumental Ensemble of La Alcazaba. There are steep steps but you’ll be rewarded by stunning views of the city. The cathedral is well worth a visit too.

Where to Eat in Almeria

The seafront is packed with great places to eat and if you’re in the mood for tapas, Almeria favourite La Casa Pulgas Taberna is a great place to head to. For those after a night out, Calle Trajano and Plaza Masnou are party central while in the summer months, disco marquees pop up near the beach.

Places to go and things to do in Almeria Coast

Almeria's Eight Beaches

Almeria's Eight Beaches


Almeria boasts no less than eight beaches where tourists and locals mingle as they enjoy some downtime in the sun. The beaches get busy but they’re clean and the sheer choice means there’s usually room to spread out. And because you’re in the city, you’re never too far from a beach bar, shop or café.

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Oasys Mini Hollywood

Oasys Mini Hollywood


Visit the village of Tabernas where you'll find Oasys Mini Hollywood and it's just half an hour from the city. This part-time, fully working film location is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area and has been the film set for Hollywood Western blockbusters such as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and A Fistful of Dollars. It’s the perfect excuse to play cowboys for a day!

Read More
Visit the Ancient Ensemble of La Alcazaba

Visit the Ancient Ensemble of La Alcazaba


Like most Spanish cities, Almeria has a long and interesting history with the architecture to prove it. For a glimpse into Almeria’s past, head to the 10th century Monumental Ensemble of La Alcazaba. There are steep steps but you’ll be rewarded by stunning views of the city. The cathedral is well worth a visit too.

Read More
Where to Eat in Almeria

Where to Eat in Almeria


The seafront is packed with great places to eat and if you’re in the mood for tapas, Almeria favourite La Casa Pulgas Taberna is a great place to head to. For those after a night out, Calle Trajano and Plaza Masnou are party central while in the summer months, disco marquees pop up near the beach.

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