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Here's what Trippy members say about Algarve:

"I only went in Algarve for a week, and i've been to Faro, Lagos and Monchique."  See More

"I’ve not camped or surfed in the Algarve but while doing my own travel research on Portugal, I came across a few websites that you may find helpful."  See More

"Algarve is not a city, it's the southern costal region of Portugal."  See More

"Tavira is one of the least spoilt places on the AlgarveAlgarve."  See More

"You could stay in that lovely city for a night or two and then travel onwards to Faro(well worth exploring) and the Algarve."  See More

"If so, Algarve is mandatory, if not just skip it."  See More

"I don't know if this is somewhere you'd be interested in, but you might wish to consider Portugal's Algarve."  See More

"Why not head down to Pamplona and see the Running of the Bulls, from there you can easily head to Barcelona San Sebastian Bordeaux Haro and the Rioja area of Spain or Algarve and then over to the south of Spain or Morocco."  See More

"After that I would recommend you to go down south to Algarve."  See More

"Marrakech, Reykjavik, Saint Petersburg (Russia), Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Santiago, Patagonia (Argentina), the Algarve."  See More

"Praia da Rocha was one of my favorite beaches in Algarve."  See More

"If you are going to be in Portugal, I would highly recommend visiting the Algarve, and I really enjoyed Lagos."  See More

"If you can, Porto (2 nights), Coimbra (1 night), Lisbon/Cascais/Sintra (5 nights) and Monsaraz (1 night) and to finish a few days on the beach in the Algarve region, with nice and warm beaches!"  See More

"Also Algarve if you prefer a beach, golf and relax lifestyle."  See More

"The Algarve is very built up but it is particularly nice at either end."  See More

"Algarve, Valencia."  See More

"I think the best idea is to rent a car in Lisbon and drive to Algarve, the best places to see, with less tourist are around areas without public transportation."  See More

"Lagos is very much a tourist town on the Algarve and great if you want to relax and hit the beach but is short on sights."  See More

"I can't speak much to Southern Portugal although I have heard that the Algarve area is beautiful."  See More

"I found the Algarve very commercialized, but loved the trip through the countryside from there."  See More

"With the time frame you have then I would leave Algarve out and focus on Lisbon Sintra Évora and Coimbra."  See More

"A few days in Porto and a few days in Algarve are also worth it."  See More

"Just over 2 hours from London you can be in Faro and on the Algarve in Portugal."  See More

"The longer scenic route: Go through Algarve until Sagres and then go up the seaside until near Tróia Peninsula, catch the Ferry to Setúbal (13€±) and catch the A2 to Lisbon."  See More

"Europe: London, Berlin, Portugal (Lisbon, Algarve"  See More

"I´ve done so myself, you will come by the border between Portugal and Spain and enjoy some of the most emblematic towns like Evora or you could come by the portuguese sea front passing by Algarve and going up to the coast of Lisbon, these routes are the most well known, but I assure you will have a great experience either way."  See More

"You are probably more likely to get a job in Porto, Lisbon and - especially with your English - the Algarve."  See More

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