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Birdwatching Tours

The Algarve is the region of Portugal with the greatest recorded diversity of species: 386 species have been observed. During migration times, many species of birds, some of them rare, others at risk of extinction, converge on the Algarvian landscape and can be seen by nature lovers.Something you can’t miss!

Hiking Tours

All this natural wealth can be enjoyed by walking along already established trails, taking guided tours or making visits to interpretive centers, all of which form part of a sustainable tourism, which allows the visitor to live and learn alongside this Algarvian paradise, in which the dominant theme is the unchanging delight of nature.

Bike Tours

If you enjoy cycling Algarve is one of the best regions of Portugal to do it. With sunshine almost all year round, Algarve Nature Tours offers you a big variety of tours: Touring to discover the region and the culture by cycling around 30 Km per day; road Cycling tours and challenges for professional teams or cycling lovers, like Algarve Grandfondo or TransAlgarve, or MTB holidays or short breaks.

Other Tours

There are other unique experiences you can get in the Algarve. Things like swimming with dolphins or ride the waves in SUP.

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Why choose Algarve?

The Algarve’s natural diversity is undoubtedly one of its greatest riches. Visitors can easily pass through different environments within the same landscape. From coastal regions to the Algarvian Mountains, there is a whole world of diversity to be explored and just as many different ways to do so.  Booking one of our tours, uou’ll get the best nature holidays in Algarve!

On the coastline, an ecological system of awe-inspiring biodiversity – from native birds with proudly built nests, to molluscs and crustaceans which are the main source of revenue for seafood producers in the South – invites visitors to observe fauna and flora closely on pleasant trail walks. Throughout the year, but especially during migration times, many species of birds, some of them rare, others at risk of extinction, converge on the Algarvian landscape and can be seen by nature lovers. In October, when thousands of birds of prey head for warmer climes, the booted eagles, short toed eagles, sparrowhawks, falcons, griffon vultures and even Egyptian vultures all cross the skies in a truly impressive display.

In nature parks, protected sites and areas of ecological interest, there live species of fauna and flora which, beyond these areas, are already at risk of extinction. There are other species that, thanks to the very specific characteristics of the region, have only developed here and are part of the area’s natural heritage.

It is in these protected areas that you can witness flights of migrating birds, and observe otters, tortoises, flamingos, storks, herons or rare purple swamphens.  You can also come across vast stretches of native vegetation and interesting geological features.

All this natural wealth can be enjoyed by walking along already established trails, taking guided tours or making visits to interpretive centres, all of which form part of a sustainable tourism, which allows the visitor to live and learn alongside this Algarvian paradise, in which the dominant theme is the unchanging delight of nature.

Perhaps owing to the unpredictable outline of the land, the Barrocal and the Algarve mountains have innumerable attractions for the mountain-bike rider. Following on from hilltops are verdant valleys where temporary streams unravel, natural trails which are the ultimate cycling challenge. But for the touring lovers, the Algarve Coastline it’s a must. From west to east, from Sagres to the Spanish border, EuroVelo 1 crosses the Algarve in its entirety – over 200 kilometres of coastline – enough to suit everybody, from sheltered dunes to rocky coves, from tiny bays to vast stretches of open sands, from shallow lagoons to the crashing surf of the wild Atlantic. Blessed with over 300 days of sunshine a year, the Algarve also enjoys the perfect climate to complement its spectacular shoreline. Alltogether, you’re getting the best nature holidays in algarve.

Why choose Algarve?

The Algarve’s natural diversity is undoubtedly one of its greatest riches. Visitors can easily pass through different environments within the same landscape. From coastal regions to the Algarvian Mountains, there is a whole world of diversity to be explored and just as many different ways to do so. Booking one of our tours, uou’ll get the best nature holidays in Algarve!

On the coastline, an ecological system of awe-inspiring biodiversity – from native birds with proudly built nests, to molluscs and crustaceans which are the main source of revenue for seafood producers in the South – invites visitors to observe fauna and flora closely on pleasant trail walks. Throughout the year, but especially during migration times, many species of birds, some of them rare, others at risk of extinction, converge on the Algarvian landscape and can be seen by nature lovers. In October, when thousands of birds of prey head for warmer climes, the booted eagles, short toed eagles, sparrowhawks, falcons, griffon vultures and even Egyptian vultures all cross the skies in a truly impressive display.

In nature parks, protected sites and areas of ecological interest, there live species of fauna and flora which, beyond these areas, are already at risk of extinction. There are other species that, thanks to the very specific characteristics of the region, have only developed here and are part of the area’s natural heritage.

It is in these protected areas that you can witness flights of migrating birds, and observe otters, tortoises, flamingos, storks, herons or rare purple swamphens.  You can also come across vast stretches of native vegetation and interesting geological features.

All this natural wealth can be enjoyed by walking along already established trails, taking guided tours or making visits to interpretive centres, all of which form part of a sustainable tourism, which allows the visitor to live and learn alongside this Algarvian paradise, in which the dominant theme is the unchanging delight of nature.

Algarve-landscape

Perhaps owing to the unpredictable outline of the land, the Barrocal and the Algarve mountains have innumerable attractions for the mountain-bike rider. Following on from hilltops are verdant valleys where temporary streams unravel, natural trails which are the ultimate cycling challenge. But for the touring lovers, the Algarve Coastline it’s a must. From west to east, from Sagres to the Spanish border, EuroVelo 1 crosses the Algarve in its entirety – over 200 kilometres of coastline – enough to suit everybody, from sheltered dunes to rocky coves, from tiny bays to vast stretches of open sands, from shallow lagoons to the crashing surf of the wild Atlantic. Blessed with over 300 days of sunshine a year, the Algarve also enjoys the perfect climate to complement its spectacular shoreline.

Here you can find the greatest nature tours to do while you are on holidays!

Choose Algarve and come with us to discover the unveiled of this region!

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