Fairwayviews apartment – Algarve

Where To Eat

The Resort clubhouse provides both daytime meals and an evening Al la carte menu…..I would recommend the steak!

On a Sunday they provide a lovely carvery, but I would book a table when you arrive as this is extremely popular amongst owners and guests alike.

4 thoughts on “Where To Eat”

  1. The Sardine Festival

    Portimão stages an exciting festival near its waterfront, where you can enjoy the region’s famous grilled sardines to the sound of Portuguese, Brazilian and African live music concerts. Every year when the festival ends, colourful fireworks illuminate the sky to celebrate the success of this popular event.

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  2. Found fantastic steak restaurant on our last visit….Casa Do Prego near the church in the main square off the seafront, definitely book to avoid disappointment

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  3. The Traditional Sausage Fair

    Explore the exquisite flavours of Portugal’s famous sausages in Monchique’s traditional fair every March. Artisan-made chouriços and smoked ham, as well as typical Algarvian sweets and pastries can all be savoured at this annual event.

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  4. The most famous annual sardine festival on the Algarve coast!

    Sardines have been a part of the tradition and culture of the Algarve for many years and this little fish has remained a firm favourite with locals and visitors to the region – grilled to perfection over charcoal and eaten with traditional Portuguese bread – delicious!

    Most restaurants in the Algarve will have sardines on the menu but the best time to eat sardines is in August, during the annual Sardine Festival in Portimão.

    If you want to sample local sardines, this is the place. The sardines are freshly caught and at their best at this time of the year.

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