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If you're not actually staying there you have to look for Algar Seco. Seek out out. Portfolio perfect for lunch or dinner or just a tea or coffee.
Views amazing. Staff very friendly.
You have to book for dinner. That's how it is. And if...More
To most new holiday tourist of this beautiful place, the restaurant takes all the glory. But, to all the locals or tourists who know the area well know that on the right is an amazing pool where you can swim, looking like a cove ....More
Visited early one evening to watch the sunset. It was a fabulous ambience to sit within the rocks. The staff were friendly even though we only had a drink. The food looked good so we will return.
Not to be missed.. we will be back.
We’ve had lunch at this restaurant before which was very good (two years ago) this time we went dinner and it was very disappointing, Garlic prawns with no Garlic!! Special fish of the day not much special about it, very dry and boney. Great location...More
Today we walked along this beautiful stretch of coastline the porous cliffs are breathtaking with lots of nooks and crannies you can walk through. We just had our normal trainers on so no specialist footwear is required.
Fantastically accessible caves and rock structures, great to look at with children (or without!) spent a good hour and a half exploring then head to the natural swimming pool near bar boneca for a swim, a really lovely experience all in all.
Algar seco was a short distance from our hotel and I used the well maintained wooden boardwalk as part of my early morning run! I stumbled upon it one morning whilst running and thought must go back and explore more and am so glad I...More
Response from Biselygal | Reviewed this property |
The boardwalk at Algar Seco is free and there are clifftop walks beyond the Boneca bar. The walk down the hill into Carvoeiro has lovely sea views all the way - but it is a steep walk back! While in Carvoeiro, it is worth... More
The boardwalk at Algar Seco is free and there are clifftop walks beyond the Boneca bar. The walk down the hill into Carvoeiro has lovely sea views all the way - but it is a steep walk back! While in Carvoeiro, it is worth taking a boat trip from the beach to see the caves. Parking is free.
Lunch in the square in Ferragudo is a must. Take the trouble to walk up the hill towards the church via the narrow cobbled streets. Also, walk along the harbour side past the nets and grilling fish - but don't stop there... More
Lunch in the square in Ferragudo is a must. Take the trouble to walk up the hill towards the church via the narrow cobbled streets. Also, walk along the harbour side past the nets and grilling fish - but don't stop there. Go through the narrow gap behind the lifeboat station and suddenly you will be on Scrublands beach - that is the 'locals' beach. A bit further afield is Alvor and the board walk around the Alvor estuary. Finish up with coffee on the harbourside. Fab.
Response from Dragoslondon | Reviewed this property |
There are concrete steps! For 8 years, is ok, just be carefull with him when down by the sea, can be slippery! Please note there are few good steps, definetly when you coming back:) but is worth the efort!!!enjoy!!