Once again New Year’s Eve in Albufeira will feature shows for all tastes, with plenty of colour and entertainment pretty much everywhere in the municipality.
Self-taught pianist, with a troubled life course, Benjamin Clementine grew inspired by figures such as Leonard Cohen.
This edition will showcase around one hundred sculptures representing musicians, instruments and cultures from all over the world.
They’re back! Maria Rueff and Joaquim Monchique...
“Harlem Gospel Choir are angels in Harlem”. This is how U2’s, singer Bono Vox described what is possibly the best Gospel choir in the world.
Following a tradition set in recent years, the Giant Nativity Scene is back at the António Aleixo Cultural Centre.
For three days, restaurants and ‘tasquinhas’ will offer visitors traditional dishes and new culinary delights cooked with flavoursome, premium quality sweet potatoes.
The core aim of the festival is to honour and promote musical heritage, as well as this centuries-old instrument.
On the night of the 31st December, the stage set in Praia dos Pescadores will host the customary NYE seaside concert by one of today’s greatest artists on the Portuguese music scene: Anselmo Ralph.
Based on ‘The Nutcracker and the Mouse King’ by E. T. A. Hoffmann, this ballet tells the story of a girl who dreams about a Prince – the Nutcracker, who faces great danger in a fierce battle against the Mouse King.
A current story told from the perspective of two migrants which explores and questions the depths of human survival in societies which enslave and the pointlessness of sacrifice to fulfil dreams.
Skydive Algarve once again organises its Annual Xmas Boogie.
Come visit this region and take advantage of the spaces that the Algarve Motorhome Support Network has to offer!
The Algarve Nature Week is an event dedicated to nature tourism, with special offers in many outdoor activities and accommodation units.
This cultural and tourist route seeks to impart thedeep human, cultural, artistic and scientificrelationship established between the East and West.