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beachBarImageDay and night, the beaches of the Algarve draw a crowd enjoying the views, food and party atmosphere. Whether for a healthy juice to start the day or for sun-downers to start the night, there are some super beach bars where you can wiggle your toes in the sand and shake your hips to the latest sounds.

Caniço Bar and Restaurant

This unique bar and restaurant has the WOW factor in spades! Built right into the cliffs close to the village of Alvor, Caniço overlooks a very scenic cove beach. Open all day during the summer, there are parties with top DJs, big screens, and all night dancing on the sands. Even getting to Caniço is cool - you have to take an elevator through the rocks!

MBEmedalAngela Morado of the British Vice Consulate in the Algarve has been presented with an Honorary MBE, awarded to her by Her Majesty the Queen, in recognition of her significant contribution to relations between the United Kingdom and Portugal.

The award was formally presented by the British Ambassador to Portugal, Kirsty Hayes, at a reception on Tuesday in Portimão.

Enjoy the Algarve's August issue is out!

Read the August 2017 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, Sun, Sea & Sangria. 
In it: the vision behind Portugal’s historical hotels, aka pousadas. And an extensive feature about how tourism in the south of Portugal has developed over the last few decades. Were the holidaymakers in the 1960s happy with a beach and some sun, nowadays they want holistic yoga retreats and eco-friendly yurt experiences.

ButternutSquashA resident Danish entrepreneur, Brian Knudsen, is looking to transform large tracts of unproductive land around Lagoa in the Algarve to considerably expand the quantity of special crops he has started growing and exporting from the area.

In May 2016 Knudsen obtained a 15-year rental agreement to take over 12 hectares of state-owned farmland between Lagoa and Sesmarias that had remained abandoned for decades.

Enjoy the Algarve's July issue is out!

Read the July 2017 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, Brave the Waves.
In it: all the fun you can have in the sea. And some serious stuff: the important work of the Algarve lifeguards, who keep the beaches safe and rescue swimmers in trouble in the Atlantic Ocean.


Cover girl Charlotte van Berkum talks about how the ocean inspires her, surf expert Rik Dejonghe gives tips on how to find your perfect board, and three SUP pros reveal their favourite spot for paddleboarding. Also in the 26th issue: we try cable wakeboarding and bring you a variety of water sports.

Our columnist Arthur van Amerongen tells you his happy beach songs, expat Marianne Hoesen gives her opinion on the Portuguese attitude towards punctuality, and Vanda Rita shares tips on forces of nature photography.
Plus: nine things you shouldn’t miss in the area of Odeceixe and how Prince Henry got his nickname ‘the Navigator’.

Happy reading!

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