When you say the word “Algarve”, many people immediately think of holidays, sunshine, golf and beaches.
But the Algarve has much more to offer. Just take a look below:
4/4 – 34thFIMA: Major Periods in the History of Music – Classicism, Lagos Cultural Centre
4/4 – FICLO: Olhão International Film and Literature Festival
5/4 – Algarve Unveiled, Loulé Castle
6/4 – Urban Art Experience, former Lagos Prison
12/4 – Video Lucem: A Cry in the Night, Espaço Guadiana in Alcoutim
24/4 – Spring Break Portugal 2019, Albufeira
26/4 – Jazz in the Wineries: Rerum Ensemble, Corticeira Amorim in Silves
26/4 – cataPlay, Altura Municipal Market, Castro Marim
2/5 to 11/5 – 34th Algarve Academic Week AAUlg- (Queima das Fitas)
3/5 – Circus Voyages, Aljezur
4/5 – Algarve Unveiled, Castro Marim Castle
11/5 – All White Party (Just Wear White), Carvoeiro
15/5 – Global Sea: Video mapping in Historic Monuments, Lagos Town Walls
17/5 – Global Sea: Video mapping in Historic Monuments, Sagres Fortress
18/5 – Heritage Paths – Outstanding Experiences, Ferragudo, Mexilhoeira da Carregação and Sítio das Fontes, Lagoa
19/5 – Global Sea: Video mapping in Historic Monuments, Aljezur Castle
23/5 – 12thItalian Film Festival in Loulé, 23 to 26 May at the Cine-Teatro Louletano.
24/5 – 34thFIM: Orquestra do Norte, Cineteatro Louletano
3/6 – Portugal Tantra Festival 2019, Monchique
8/6 – “Chess and Living Science” Circuit at the Algarve Living Science Centre
13/6 – Pé na Terra Festival 2019: Planet Venus Edition, Fuseta
15/6 – Black and White Night in Carvoeiro
28/6 – Festival Med in Loulé, 28 June to 1 July
The Algarve is replete with history and culture so it should come as no surprise that there is plenty going on all year round.
Are you planning a trip to the Algarve? We’re great hosts, even if we do say so ourselves! Faro Airport will welcome you with open arms!