Boavista Golf & Spa Resort will stage its first Summer Fest on 13th August 2016. From 15h00 onwards, our guests can listen to sensational music, participate in a variety of sporting activities and savour delicious food - all to be enjoyed in a relaxed environment.
This promises to be a memorable event with music by DJ Soul Beat, DJ Just and the sound of reggae by JahLita Friends. Zumba, and aqua-football are amongst several activities on offer and when it’s time to cool off, take a dip in one of our inflatable pools. And having worked up an appetite, feast on paella, spit-roast pork (served during the afternoon) or try a delicious hamburger after 19h00.
Once again, Boavista Golf Resort was proud to be the host of the prestigious Nike Shoot Out tournament on 9th July 2016.
This challenging competition is always very popular with members and this year the event attracted a field of 84 players.
Throughout July, September and October enjoy 20 minutes of quiet, music and reflection every Tuesday at 5pm, at Igréja Nossa Senhora da Luz.
All are welcome.
The largest and most prestigious exhibition of photojournalism in the world - World Press Photo 16 is now open to the public at the Forum Algarve shopping centre in Faro.
The 59th such international exhibition brings together 155 prize-winning press photos from around the world.
The British Ambassador Kirsty Hayes will travel North on Thursday 28th July, to meet members of the local British community to respond to questions and concerns following the outcome of the EU referendum in the UK.
Ambassador Hayes will attend two public sessions - one at the Auditório do ETEO – Escola Técnica Empresarial do Oeste* - in Caldas da Rainha, from 11h00 to 12h00, and another one at the Oporto Cricket and Lawn Tennis Club* - in Porto, from 19h00 to 20h00 - where she will be interested to hear about concerns British residents might have about the possible impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
Enjoy live music, drinks and Tapas at the beautiful Herdade da Corte country house on Wednesday, July 27th from 7:30pm, when Belgium Choir PerNoot, with special guest Boris Buggerov will perform.
Fifteen dancers ages 10-16 with four qualifying choreographies recently represented the region in the Portuguese team that travelled to Jersey, Channel Islands for the Bloch Dance World Cup.
Whilst once upon a time the cry ‘the Cossacks are coming’ would have induced panic, the Cossack troupe of the Escola de Dança de Lagos came back to the city of Lagos to cheers and congratulations for bringing with them silver medals in their Junior category with 87.0 points and the Children’s duet of Afonso Gouveia and Sara Nascimento won bronze medals with 85.0 points.
The AAN artists are celebrating their 10th anniversary in 2016. With their new exhibition they wish to draw attention to nature which transforms itself constantly and is transformed by man’s intervention, to emphasize their concern with negative consequences of human action, and to focus on the enormous actual and potential impact that exploration of oil and gas within sight of the Algarve shoreline and its Natural Reserves.
“We as artists are influenced by nature that surrounds us; the luminosity of light that emphasizes the colours of the sky and sea; the sheer beauty of the landscape with the mountains guarding the horizon in the north, the blue vastness of the ocean and its marine, life, the pulse of life at the local markets, the noise, the atmosphere, the smells and the colours, all have their place in our work. But there is another aspect to nature here in the Algarve.
Humankind is prey to the need for her natural resources and there are negative consequences of human action to obtain them. Overfishing, pollution of the ocean and the golden beaches are environmental issues that will transform and could destroy the nature of the Algarve for us now and for future generations."