It is at the southern tip of Europe, at the end of the Iberian Peninsula, that this paradise corner neighbouring Andalusia thrives, beaten by the invigorating waves of the Atlantic Ocean: the Algarve, a destination that continues to attract an increasing number of holidaymakers year after year. It must be said that its assets are numerous, and may even tend, at the peak of summer, to serve it as its golden sandy beaches are so crowded. However, by taking a step aside, by walking along the still virgin paths of tourism, we discover another Portugal, a coastal land made up of small towns and small fishing villages full of charm, sumptuous fine sandy beaches bristling with rocks whose relief has been softened by erosion, forgotten coves... The Algarve tourist guide takes you on a wander of tables of seafood and fresh fish from Sagres or Lagos in fertile lands ideal for strolling, between orchards, fields of fig trees and almond trees. From hiking on the wild and majestic coastline of the Vicentine coast or in the semi-tropical valleys of the Serra de Monchique, to the striking architectural heritage of the picturesque Faro, the region's capital. The Moorish influence of yesteryear can be felt everywhere in Portuguese culture in the Algarve, from gastronomy to craftsmanship, including architecture, such as the castles that dot the territory. Let us not forget its inhabitants, without whom the Algarve would not be the Algarve, always inclined to share some good moments with travellers passing through.