On a visit to Albufeira you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Albufeira. These places are what Albufeira is all about. These must see places in Albufeira will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Aldeia da Falesia, 8200-593 Albufeira, Portugal
The Praia da Falesia, a magnificent 8-kilometre-long beach, boasts of golden sands, transparent waters and a rolling sky marking the horizon, in uncanny resemblance of the generic escapist postcard. A relaxing getaway, this beach is fringed with spectacular orange-red cliffs (from which it gets its name, ‘falesia’ meaning cliffs) and co...
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Estrada Nacional 125, Km 65, 8201-864 Guia, Portugal
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Often touted as the biggest attraction around Albufeira, the Zoo Marine Algarve water park is situated in Guia, a couple of kilometres from the city. Block a whole day in your roster for this park! It offers you much more than the average water park experience with a myriad tropical fish, seals, sharks and dolphins as well as tropical birds and bir...
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Rua Oliveira Martins, 8200-911 Albufeira, Portugal
A charming seaside town on the Algarve coast in southern Portugal, Praia d’Oura is speckled with quiet bars and excellent restaurants serving fresh seafood, all of which can be enjoyed overlooking the sea. A mere 20-minute walk from the old town of Albufeira, Praia d’Oura is the place for you if you are looking for a timeless beach expe...
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Dissected by the main road to Albufeira, the Montechoro Strip runs from the Hotel Montechoro right until the beach. This is the ‘north strip’ with the southern one falling in Areias de Sao Joao. Catering mainly to Irish/English tourists, the Montechoro strip is bustling with bars, restaurants, coffee shops, designer boutiques and wine s...