Read the April 2017 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, Into the wild!
In it, advice from bushcraft & survival expert Pedro Alves of Escola do Mato. Swing between tree tops on a zip line, learn what not to do when encountering a wild boar and see if you’re tough enough to participate in obstacle race Tribal Clash.
Read the March 2017 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, Don’t worry, be hippie!
In it, play the didgeridoo, learn about emotional intelligence, eat vegan and hear from digital nomads if travelling the world while living in a van is as awesome as it sounds.
The February 2017 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, Need for speed, is out now!
In it, step on the gas at the Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve, have a look into the life of enduro and downhill bikers (their idea of fun is jumping over roads and riding down mountains with 60km/h), learn about F1H2O and discover speed-record breaking Algarve animals.
Published by the Algarve Tourism Board, there are over 30 trails on different themes, giving thousands the opportunity to discover the length and breadth of the Algarve.
There’s a lot to like about living in Portugal for an American, but you’ll have to jump through some hoops to call this country your home. If you’re prepared to put in a bit of work, you should be able to become a citizen of this fine country and start benefitting from all that it has to offer, which is quite a bit.
Art and Photography news from the Algarve - Inside this month's online free newsletter you can find out about Dave's new venture and the launch of a brand new art initiative ...
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Tomorrow Portimão, Alvor, Ferragudo & Carvoeiro January Edition 2017
Dancing with horses, Rainy day activities, Kids yoga and 10 minutes with Alvor's resident bond girl
The January 2017 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, Make a change, is out now! In it, you’ll read about the people who improve the south of Portugal. Like marine biologist Carla Lourenço who organises beach clean-ups with Straw Patrol.