Vila do Bispo Algarve Portugal (HD)
VILA DO BISPO, pertencente ao distrito de Faro, Algarve, situa-se em pleno Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina.
As origens desta cidade remontam ao período de ocupação romana e teve a sua origem numa povoação chamada Santa Maria do Cabo, a qual foi doada, no Sec.XVI, por D.Manuel I ao Bispo de Faro, passando então a chamar-se Vila do Bispo.
Percorrendo as ruas estreitas do centro, ladeadas de casas brancas, podemos ver a Fonte de Vila do Bispo, e, continuando até ao largo principal encontramos a Igreja Matriz de Nossa Srª da Conceição, construída no Sec.XVI, decorada com elementos de estilo barroco e no altar-mor um retábulo de talha dourada.
No concelho de Vila do Bispo estão localizadas algumas das mais belas praias do Algarve, conservadas em pleno estado selvagem, com areias brancas e águas límpidas, que convidam à pratica da actividades desportivas, tais como o surf e o mergulho subaquático.*carl0spais*2013
VILA DO BISPO, belongs to the district of Faro, Algarve, is located in the Natural Park of Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina.
The origins of this town date back to the Roman period and had its origins in a village called Santa Maria Cape, which was donated in the 16th Century, by Manuel I to the Bishop of Faro and then named Bishop Vilages (Vila do Bispo).
Walking through the narrow streets of the center, lined with whitewashed houses, we can see the source of Vila do Bispo, and continuing to the main square we find the Church of Nossa Sr ª da Conceição, built in the 16th Century, decorated with Baroque elements and a gilded wood altarpiece altar.
In the municipality of Vila do Bispo are located some of the most beautiful beaches in Algarve, wild preserved, with white sands and clear waters that encourage the practice of sports such as surfing and scuba diving.*carl0spais*2013
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Praia Salema Vila do Bispo Algarve Portugal (HD)
PRAIA DA SALEMA, situada no concelho de Vila do Bispo, integrada na Costa Vicentina, é uma povoação com fortes ligações às artes da pesca com barcos de cores garridas e um conjunto de ruelas sinuosas que se percorrem por entre casas tradicionais pintadas de branco. A praia agradável, com um mar calmo e águas transparentes, está ladeada por arribas tendo já sido eleita uma das melhores e mais secretas praias do mundo pela revista Travel & Leisure.*carl0spais*2012
SALEMA Beach, located in Vila do Bispo municipality, Costa Vicentina, is a town with strong ties to fishing and with brightly colored boats and traditional houses painted in white. The beach is very pleasant, with calm and transparent waters, flanked by cliffs has been voted one of the best and most secret beaches of the world by Travel & Leisure Magazine.*carl0spais*2012
Praia Burgau Vila do Bispo Algarve Portugal (HD)
Burgau Beach, located in Vila do Bispo, limit of Costa Vicentina, is integrated in a fishing village with houses in the hillside and a colorful and picturesque landscape. Nearby in the cliffs there's a fortification from the 17th century and the ruins of a tower from the 16th century. The beach is located along a small sheltered harbor, which also serves as fishing village where people still practice forms of early fishing. The calm and crystalline sea waters makes you want to dive and bodyboard.*carl0spais*2012
PRAIA DO BURGAU, localizada no concelho de Vila do Bispo, no limite da Costa Vicentina, está integrada numa povoação de pescadores, cujo casario se desenvolve pela encosta e que sobressai na paisagem pelo seu colorido pitoresco .Nas arribas encontra-se uma fortificação do sec.XVII e as ruínas de uma torre do sec.XVI. A praia que se estende ao longo de uma pequena enseada abrigada funciona também como porto piscatório onde ainda se praticam formas artesanais de pesca. O mar com águas calmas e cristalinas convidam à prática do mergulho e bodyboard.*carl0spais*2012
Sagres Algarve Portugal (HD)
SAGRES, is located in extreme southwest of Europe, part of the Natural Park of Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina, it's a traditional fishing village and is surrounded by magnificent cliffs. Fortaleza de Sagres, is a national monument. After entering a tunnel, you can see a circle of stones that are believed to be a wind rose. Sagres have some of the most impressive landscapes of the Algarve. The most influential figure in the history of Sagres was the Prince Henry, who was inspired to embark on their discovery voyages. The wild and rugged landscape of Sagres and the strength and attraction of the sea continue to delight visitors. The exposed beaches, such as Tonel, made Sagres the main attraction for surfers in Algarve, while the more sheltered beaches such as Mareta or Martinhal, are the best choice for families, as they continue to maintain its relaxed and natural environment. Sagres is a lively, fishing and picturesque village. Praça da República, the center of town, is an interesting point that where you can observe the routine while tasting the local specialties, fish is the main attraction..*carl0spais*YouTube 2011
SAGRES, localizada no extremo sudoeste da Europa, integrada no Parque Natural do Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina, é uma tradicional vila piscatória desenhada sobre magníficas falésias.
A Fortaleza de Sagres, situada num pequeno cabo de aproximadamente 1 km de comprimento é um monumento nacional. Após a entrada por um túnel, vê-se um círculo de pedras que se crê seja uma Rosa dos Ventos. Sagres exibe algumas das mais impressionantes paisagens do Algarve. A figura mais influente da história de Sagres foi o Infante D. Henrique, que aí se inspirou para embarcar nas suas viagens de descoberta. A paisagem selvagem e acidentada de Sagres e a força e atracção do mar continuam a encantar os visitantes. As praias expostas, como a do Tonel, ajudaram a transformar Sagres na capital do surf no Algarve, enquanto as praias mais abrigadas, como a Mareta ou o Martinhal, são favoritas entre as famílias, pois continuam a manter o seu ambiente natural e imaculado. Sagres é uma animada vila piscatória com um pitoresco porto na Ponta de Baleeira. A Praça da República, o centro da vila, é um ponto interessante no qual se pode observar a rotina do dia-a-dia enquanto se degustam as especialidades locais, em que o peixe é o ingrediente principal.*carl0spais*YouTube 2011
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10 Best Destinations in Algarve, Portugal
Top 10 Best Destinations in Algarve, Portugal according to DK
10. Vila Real and Castro Marim
These two frontier towns are in earshot of each other but have little in common. Sedate Castro Marim glories in its twin castles. Vila Real de Santo Antonio enjoys a livelier culture
Once a small fishing village it has now developed to be a very touristic area. Many holiday makers return year after year because of the lovely beaches, very good climate, proximity of many restaurants, bars and pubs.
Sagres is located in the extreme southwest of continental Europe, and mark by two geomorphological structures: the Cape St. Vincent and Sagres Point, which establish a transition between the eastern coastal and meridional zones. Exposed to the Atlantic Ocean, it is influenced by Mediterranean currents.
7. Parque Natural da Ria Formosa
Parque Natural da Ria Formosa is a nesting ground and as a stopping point in migrating routes: Flamingos, Milherango, Storks and so on. Spend some time in close contact with the nature, the wonderful world of the birds in its more natural state, and let yourself be fascinated for the enchantment of its sounds, its forms and its colors.
There is a great variety of things to see; The city center is sculped with traditional architecture and colors from the region. Beaches vary in shape and style from long sandy beaches to almost private ones hidden by cliffs. Ponta da Piedade is a beautiful spot with a nice lighthouse from where you can make boat tours to the natural caves.
Loule hosts a colourful weekly market and is a thriving centre for local handicrafts. It is also the gateway to the central hinterland and the Caldeirao mountain range
Monchique is a spa town. Monchique is the main town of the Serra de Monchique, the mountain range that separates the Algarve from Alentejo and the rest of Portugal to the north. Attractions include a historic town centre, spectacular views from the two peaks of Foia and Picota, hiking, bird watching and biking.
The region of Silves has been inhabited since the Palaeolithic, as attested by archaeological remains, including several menhirs. The river Arade, which was navigable in historical times, linked the hinterland to the open ocean and allowed the transport of produce and commerce. The town of Silves was possibly founded during the times of Roman domination, when the region was part of the Lusitania province.
Nearly 40 churches endow this elegant riverside town with a romantic and disarmingly timeless air. The Gilao river glides effortlessly through the centre -- a Roman bridge connects the two sides of one of the prettiest towns in the Algarve.
Faro is the southernmost city in mainland Portugal. During summer, Faro is a popular destination for sun-seekers from northern Europe and the UK, especially due to the presence of its international airport. It also enjoys a reputation as being more friendly than many other parts of the region.
Odemira - Portugal
Cidade de Odemira - Portugal
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Travel Guide to Faro, Portugal
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Not only is Faro the capital city of the Algarve region but also the southernmost city in Portugal. The Ria Formosa lagoon, which is located next to Faro, is a nature reserve and boast with hundreds of different species for birds during the spring and autumn migratory period. Faro also has a beach, which is located about 7km's from the city. The beach consists of a long sandy spit, which can be reached through a bridge.
What to see / do
• Albufeira -- The tourist capital
• Aqualand -- Water Park
• Albufeira, Vilamoura and Quinta do Lago -- Beaches for windsurfing, waterskiing, jet-skiing
• Loule Market - A market with stalls selling everything from souvenirs, shoes, clothes, watches and bags to fake designer stuff
• Parque da Mina -- Theme Park
• Vila do Bispo -- Beach for surfing and bodyboarding
• Festival Med - A Mediterranean summer festival with music, dance and art.
• Festival do Marisco -- A seafood festival
• FIESA -- An International Sand sculpture festival
• Loule Carnival - A carnival with floats and a fancy dress parade
• Saint Irene's Fair -- 10 Day Festival with entertainment and exhibition
8 DAYS IN PORTUGAL: Lisbon, Lagos & More! (December 2018)
Explored Lisbon, Sintra, Belém, Lagos, Portimao, Loule and Sagres with my sister
Farol do Cabo de São Vicente - St. Vincent Cape & lighthouse aerial view - Algarve - 4K Ultra HD
This cape is the southwesternmost point in Portugal.
The cliffs rise nearly vertically from the Atlantic to a height of 75 meters. The cape is a site of exuberant marine life and a high concentration of birds.
The present lighthouse is 24 metres (79 ft) high and was built over the ruins of a 16th-century Franciscan convent in 1846.
O cabo de São Vicente é um cabo situado no extremo sudoeste de Portugal continental, na freguesia de Sagres, concelho de Vila do Bispo. Fica 4 km a oeste e 3 km a norte da Ponta de Sagres, o antigo Promontorium Sacrum romano, dedicado ao deus Saturno, e onde se situa uma antiga fortaleza visitável (Fortaleza de Sagres).
O farol do Cabo São Vicente ou Farol de D. Fernando, foi mandado erigir por D. Maria II, tendo entrado em funcionamento em Outubro de 1846. Era iluminado a azeite e o carácter da luz era de dois clarões de dois segundos a cada dois minutos de período.
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