We have a rooftop view of núcleo sul prainhas, once a hive of industry
Once one of the most important canning places in Portugal
The phrase ‘oldest country’ seems to mean a country which still exists today with the original boundaries
Much of the countryside remains untarnished by human activity, which is great for the environment but there are big buts . . .
A sign of great hospitality and luxury
A lovely town in the east Algarve, nestling between the ‘mountains’ and the ocean
A traditional way of life depicted through wood engravings