An ancient land of olive, orange and almond trees, the Algarve region is a haven to cultivate silence and calm and enjoy the simple pleasures of summer life. 

This summer find us in Algarve
Join us on our journey to southern Portugal

An ancient land of olive, orange and almond trees, the Algarve region is a haven to cultivate silence and calm and enjoy the simple pleasures of summer life. Join us on our journey to southern Portugal.

We’re staying at Casa Um, a former shepherd’s shelter now run as guest-house by The Addresses. Pure minimalism, silence and raw nature.

 

 

The Algarve coastline is dotted with soaring cliffs, sea caves and golden beaches. Praia dos Três Irmãos has it all: breathtaking cliffs over the crystalline Atlantic ocean, red-coloured arch formations, caves that appear and disappear with the tides, and the finest, softest gold sand in the area. Right after a swim in the ocean, we will get a table at Caniço, a restaurant build within a cliff. Locally sourced fresh fish and seafood and the best views over the ocean.

 

 

Praia do Boneca is undoubtfully worthy of a visit. The unique shapes and colours of its rock formations are the result of years of waves, winds, currents and tides. Located in a rocky bay of the Costa d’Oiro, this small beach is only accessible during low tide by a steep, narrow track leading down from a cliff. Once there you’ll know you’ve found a paradise, slow down and wait for the sunset. And make sure to bring a flashlight to make climbing back easier as it starts to get darker.

 

 

 

Photography by Nuria Val & Coke Bartrina

 

 

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