Join our free get together for a great opportunity to meet other newcomers, or long term foreign residents in the Algarve. Here you can make new friends, share experiences and build connections. We'll be having coffee and converstions a few times a month in Loulé. The next one will be Wednesday 27th November at 10:30 at Mundo Saudável, Almancil.
It isn’t every day that Almancil International Rotary Club (AIRC) members and guests can enjoy dinner at a five star hotel restaurant and be entertained by a performance of urban dancing. This was the case recently, however, when a group of youngsters from the Mud@ki Project were invited to perform at the Conrad Hotel. AIRC has been providing financial support to Mud@ki for the past three years, first for Yoga lessons and, more recently, for a dance teacher, Sra Etsânea Raquel Fortes.
Some members the Algarve Senior Bikers had a somewhat damp ride to the October 18th meeting point in Sao Marcos de Serra. However, well before the ride got underway the roads were virtually dry. So apart from the few who declined to turn up due to the rain, the group headed off up the IC1 led by Steve Wills assisted by Miriam Post on her beautiful blue Yamaha 1300 cruiser.
East Algarve Clean Up volunteer group invite you to pop along, as and when you can, to help with beach and community waste clean up days around the East Algarve. There's lots of chat and great laughs along the way!
Follow East Algarve Clean Up on Facebook to keep updated on the next event.
Limitless. Global. Unified. WTR is a community for ALL riders.
The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) last week announced its branding re-release for the We, The Riders (WTR) campaign. Both on and off the roads, all riders are equal, and there is strength in their beautiful diversity; this is the core vision of the rebranded We, The Riders campaign that is being launched through the release of their promotional video. WTR stands ready to deliver an unmatched community experience and aims to unify the global population of motorcycling enthusiasts, providing them with a central social media hub.
Leaving September's meeting place at the Rede Energia Petrol Station, just south of São Bras de Alportel the clouds started to melt away with the rising temperature. It was an extremely good turn-out with 36 riders including many new faces and bikes wanting to experience an ASB Ride.
August is usually one of the hottest months of the year in the Algarve and so members of the Algarve Senior Bikers do not have their regular monthly ride out. Instead it has become a tradition to have a social lunch at the Faro Moto Club headquarters.
Arriving at the usual ASB meeting point in Paderne, members found difficulty parking as the car park was occupied by market stalls selling a whole range of goods, several members acquiring some bargains before riding down the road to a nearby parking spot to sort out the two groups for the ride.