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Sports and Activities in the Algarve

August is upon us and the tourist season is in full swing. The sun is shining and the nights are warm. August is a bumper month for all kinds of festivals, fairs, concerts, sports and more across all regions of the Algarve.  So don’t miss out on any of it, find out where to go and what to do this month…
Believe it or not, life in the Algarve is not just about beaches in the sun, even with over 125 miles of sandy coastline. There are events, activities and festivals to suit people of all ages and all nationalities. Find out what is going on in the Algarve this July…
Pristine beaches, warm waters and golden sands are guaranteed in the glorious sunshine of the Algarve. And now with no less than 85 beaches and 4 marinas that fly the all-important Blue Flag, paradise is truly here. Find out more about the Blue Flag and what it means…
Summer is here and the Algarve is hotting up for the season. From the International Algarve Fair in Lagoa to the Algarve’s version of Royal Ascot’s Ladies’ day, there are a lot of options. Hold on to your hats folks, June is busting out all over and this month is certainly going to keep you busy. Just take a peek at what’s on offer!
The merry month of May is upon us and the Algarve is geared up to keep us all busy as usual. It’s an eventful time of the year for everyone it seems, from sports fans to gardeners. The sun is out, the fields are green and coated in wild flowers and it’s a great time of the year to take a hike! Just look at some of the things going on around here…
As the Algarve golf season is well underway, across the pond the golf pros are gearing up for the US Masters at Augusta. Traditionally played during the first week of April each year, we take a look at the history of the US Masters as well as some of its rather quirky traditions… 
March wind doth blow and we shall have snow…Oh wait, no we won’t, this is the Algarve. Let me see: Flowers and bees, leaves on the trees, fun in the sun and so much to be done.  Yes, that’s it – plenty of events in March in the Algarve!
Almond blossoms in full bloom; Carnaval in Loulé and across the Algarve; theatrical shows, charity dinners; fresh sweet oranges along every road side, Valentine’s celebrations, wild flowers on every hill and roadside and non-stop events and activities. this is February in the Algarve …
Whoops!  There went another year - like a flash it was gone. Now we have a New Year and the good resolutions start, new hopes and dreams begin and the Algarve continues to entertain us and keep us busy with a whole new lot of events and activities. Just look and see what January will bring us this year!
Looking back on 2014, people living in Portugal should have a lot to feel positive about. For a small country with a relatively small population, Portugal, and the Algarve region in particular, knows how to get itself noticed.