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Alvor Guide

Portimao is in the District of Faro on Portugal's southern coast. It is home to several interesting and romantic natural stone formations visible from its prominent Praia da Rocha beach, the cornerstone of the beach resort traffic for this community. This area was once known as Vila Nova de Portimao until 1924, when it was incorporated. It now is home to forty five thousand residents in just the city proper. Alvor is its closest neighbor, sharing in all of the local attractions.

If you were to take your car hire out to examine Alvor and Portimao, you would find yourself, not only admiring the Praia da Rocha beach, but also the Praia da Vau. These are not the only natural attractions of this area, these cities also share room with a nature preserve known as Quinta da Rocha, which has committed itself to over 20 years of research based in local species on everything from flight patterns of the local butterflies, to the breeding of little owls. Alvor and Portimao are very popular locations for birdwatchers, being an ideal setting to survey surf birds.

As Portimao and Alvor are home to a beautiful lagoon that opens up to the sea, are locations with a very mild climate, and offer hot spots, such as bars and night clubs, they have found their way to becoming popular tourism destinations. When the tourists arrive, however, they are quick to see that these cities are not just exciting clubs and breathtaking beaches. The streets remain narrow here, and the buildings are reflective of the time when this was a fishing village. The history still cries out from behind the new structures, and though the cities continue to bloom into contemporary spectacles, they also remain well planted as a tribute to the ancient villages that they gained their roots from.

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