The Algarve in September is truly magic, and there’s a lot to explore among the beauties of the south of Portugal. With the Summer heat still present, but the multitudes dispersed, this is an excellent time to get to know all the wonders that this region has to offer. If you’re planning a visit to the Algarve in September, you shouldn’t miss our tips below!

Beaches: Beaches in the Algarve in September are simply spectacular. From the iconic Falésia beach to the picturesque Camilo beach, the water is still warm and inviting for a relaxing dive. Enjoy the sun while you walk along the great lengths of golden sand. Beaches in the Algarve are the perfect place to relax and absorb all the natural beauty this region has to offer.

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Historical Towns: The Algarve in September is not just stunning beaches; it’s also the right time to explore enchanting historical towns and cities. Lagos and Tavira, for example, are true jewels which come alive with the warmer climate in September. Walk along the cobblestone streets, admire traditional architecture, and absorb the typical atmosphere. Make sure you visit the Silves castle, a testimony of the moorish heritage of the region, and taste the delicious cuisine in one of the cafés by the sea.

Trails: Nature enthusiasts will love to explore the trails and nature walks in the Algarve in September. The Ria Formosa offers a unique experience of bird-watching and boat rides, whereas the Monchique mountain range is a paradise for those who love hiking, with its stunning panoramic views. The combination of warm temperatures and impressive landscapes makes this the ideal period to enjoy some adventure outdoors.

Gastronomy: A trip to the Algarve in September wouldn’t be complete without tasting the authentic flavours of the local gastronomy. With the harvests in progress, this is the ideal time to try dishes made with local fresh ingredients. Enjoy fresh fish dishes, cataplana, succulent figs and clams. Explore the local markets for a true sensorial experience and the opportunity to take a bit of the Algarve with you.

And, of course, in order for the trip to be truly complete, there’s nothing better than to stay over at a LovelyStay property. We have dozens of accommodations available for all tastes and budgets. Do you want to know some options? Have a look at the link!

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