The so-called “Costa Vicentina”, the western coast of the Algarve stretches over more than 60 km from Cape St.Vincent, the south-westernmost corner of the European continent, to Odeceixe on the Algarve-Alentejo border.
The rugged rocks of the steep coast are interrupted by small sandy bays. The climate is slightly harsher than other parts of the Algarve but still gorgeous from Spring to Autumn. The surging swell from the Atlantic is spectacular and lures surfers from far and wide.
From London: 3 hours
No difference to UK
Not Applicable for EU Citizens
With a warm and sunny climate the Summers are hot and the Winters mild. During July and August the temperature can rise to over 45°C, however the average temperature over the high season between June and September is a more moderate 27°C. During the Spring and Autumn the crowds have mostly dispersed however the weather is still warm around 16°C. November to March tends to see quite a lot of rain.
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