Holidays to Olhos de Agua
Beach lovers will adore Olhos de Agua because of its proximity to the vast stretch of coastline that is Falesia Beach. With ferry trips in abundance and plenty of historic villages and towns nearby, Olhos de Agua is particularly great for its fantastic seafood and thriving nightlife. The nearby towns of Loule and Lisbon are perfect for a day trip, and there's plenty of opportunities to explore the rest of the Algarve's, too.
This sandy beach stretches for over 6km and is popular with families, with plenty of restaurants and facilities on hand.
Praia dos Olhos de Agua
Olhos de Agua's beach is a small, uncrowded stretch of sand with sunbeds and, at the far end, rocks to scramble over.
Situated at the southern tip of the Sagres Peninsular, this 15th century fort is a remarkable sight to see.
Museu de Portimao
Learn about the area's fishing industry as well as sardine canning which was once so vital to the Algarve's economy.
From the beaches of Praia dos Salgados and Santa Eulália to the Old Town, this city is well worth a visit.
Families are sure to love Aquashow, home to Europe’s biggest watercoaster, plus a large wave pool and other attractions.
Dining on the seafront
Grab a table at one of the restaurants lining the seafront, where you can enjoy a fresh seafood dish next to the ocean.
The town holds its sardine festival in August, celebrating the popular catch with barbecues, fireworks and live music.
A cross between a bar and a club, Dominos has excellent cocktails and hosts live entertainment, including a mime artist.
Relax on the sofas at this small modern bar which is known for its friendly staff and well-priced cocktails.
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