The charming and scenic beach resort of Olhos D’Agua in Portugal’s Algarve region has become a favourite of most sun, sea and sand worshippers over the years. A small fishing village by day where you’ll get to see plenty of local fishermen bringing in their days’ catch; all inclusive Olhos D’Agua turns into a tourist haven post sunset. Located right in the middle of the resorts of Albufeira and Vilamoura, Olhos D’Agua holidays cater to each and every age group. The main street that runs downwards from the hill straight up to the waterfront is packed with places to eat and grab a drink or two.
As with the region, Olhos D’Agua too is backed by the signature sandstone cliffs found in this part of Algarve. Olhos D’Agua when translated into English means ‘eyes of water’; it’s named so thanks to the fresh water springs bubbling through the beach during low tides. The beach on cheap all inclusive holidays in Olhos D’Agua isn’t that huge, but it’s got soft velvet sands and shallow waters ideal for swimming. Along with the beach come a number of rock pools waiting to be explored.
A peaceful, family-friendly resort; the nightlife on holidays in Olhos D’Agua is simple and low key. The evening entertainment in the resort is centred on its bars and restaurants. Some hotels too provide night-time entertainment to its in-house guests. A couple of drinks in one of the lovely bars in town followed by a nice dinner of the region’s specialty under a starry sky is as good as it gets in Olhos D’Agua.
If you’re looking for something more livelily, you can head to the strips at Albufeira or Vilamoura. It is in these towns where you can party till you drop.
When to go:
One can enjoy a cloudless sky and plenty of sunshine all year long on holidays all inclusive in Olhos D’Agua. With warm climate throughout the year, the mercury reaches 30°C on an average during the summer months. While, the winters see average temperatures of 16°C to 18°C and around five hours of sunlight each day.
If you’re planning to visit in August, don’t miss out on the Annual Sardine festival. Live music, barbecued sardines, wine and plenty of fireworks, all on the beach. Enjoy as the village people do and you’re bound to have a good time.
Map of Olhos D’Agua, Portugal
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