The Algarve offers clean beaches, fresh air and open countryside. Partnered with low population density, hygiene and health protocols for hotels, restaurants and activities, this should give confidence to travellers seeking to visit Portugal in the post-lockdown world.
Known for its beautiful beaches and amazing coastline, the Algarve is one of the top beach destinations in the world. With the mantra of social distancing in our psyches, you may be worried about being crowded on the beach. Don’t be. The Algarve has some incredibly long beaches where social distancing is not an issue. Even at the height of summer, you can enjoy quality beach days on lesser frequented stretches of sand. Just one of the reasons why the Algarve should be your top travel destination after Covid-19.
Time at home has given us the opportunity to plan for the future and investigate travel opportunities among other things. Ready for a dream journey? Portugal by train should be a top priority.
Purchasing a caravan does not only come with a price tag, but also with maintenance and other ownership costs. This is not something that every consumer is looking for. Renting a caravan could be a more favourable option. You do not have the liabilities of maintenance, but can still enjoy your well deserved holiday.
A panel of travel experts at Clickstay.com has voted the Algarve as the best destination for British tourists this summer. 52% of the in-house travel pros voted in favour of the Portuguese region, citing successful control of Coronavirus as one of the key factors.
Tourism is one of the sectors most affected by Covid-19. The UN-World Tourism Organization issued rules for Sustainable Tourism:
In view of the need to suspend international tour agents or journalists trips and tours to the Algarve, the Associação Turismo do Algarve (ATA) have provided an alternative - a virtual tour to region through its website, simulating a five-day stay in the region. Participants have access to a program of activities that will guide them through a set of diverse experiences on the offer, from Aljezur to Alcoutim.
The European Travel Information and Authorisation System (Etias) had been due to "become operational by the end of 2021", but the introduction of visa-style fees and forms for British travellers visiting EU countries has been delayed until 2023.
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