A different Algarve will uncover before your eyes. Wild and magical, it will fill you with incredible energy along the Vicentina Coast Natural Park.
The region's spectacular beauty promises great dive sites, considered some of the most magnificent on mainland Portugal. In summer, the prevailing wind is from the north, ensuring a calm sea and favorable diving conditions.
Divers will be amazed by the variety of local species, both fauna, and flora. From shoals of fish to sub-aquatic plants, there is a lot for divers to see. Local fish such as bodiões and judias, black and white sea bream, moray eels, and octopus swim in and out of the many crags and hollows that are typical of this region.
But there is much more to explore here than simply crags and caves; there are also plenty of shipwrecks at depths of between 10 and 30 meters, with many located in fairly shallow waters and thus ideal for beginners. The temperature of the water varies between 13ºC and 22ºC.
Located in Southwestern Portugal, this region is the perfect refuge for a variety of marine life and land-dwelling birds that depend on the sea as a source of nutrition. It is the sea which helps to make the coastal vegetation so unique. Mountains, cliffs, and the ocean that embraces the secrets of the Portuguese discoveries of the 15th and the 16th centuries.
Explore all this through fabulous pedestrian and biking trails or diving spots with professional guidance and different difficulty levels and enjoy your accommodation at Memmo Baleeira Hotel in Sagres.
Come and explore this preserved region and you will never forget it.
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