On Algarve’s eastern coast lies the breath-taking holiday destination Tavira. Oozing rustic charm, there’s calmness about the place that appeals to you. All inclusive Tavira from AllinclusiveHolidays.com is all about open spaces, swathes of golden sand, rich culture, architectural heritage, pretty whitewashed houses and cobbled lanes. If you’re looking for a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of the monotony of routine life, cheap all inclusive holidays in Tavira are ideal for you.
Being a small town, there’s lots to do in Tavira- there’s a shopping centre, food market, craft market, a Moorish castle as well as 37 churches for you to go gallivanting. Tavira has also gained popularity as a golfer’s paradise thanks to the three excellent courses in town.
The beach on holidays all inclusive in Tavira isn’t right at your door step but on the Ilha de Tavira which is a neighbouring island. Accessible via ferry as well as a footbridge, the Ilha de Tavira has seven swathing kilometres of golden sand. The beach offers plenty of water sports and beach clubs. There’s also a campsite nearby for an evening of bonfire. The Ilha de Tavira beach is a busy spot and has plenty of beachside bars and restaurants.
Years ago, when it came to nightlife, Tavira just had a couple of Portuguese bars and traditional cafes; but over the years as it developed as a tourist resort the nightlife on Tavira holidays has become more and more varied. First a few late night bars opened, and then came the full-fledged discos. Now Tavira has plenty of bars, discos and clubs that remain open till the late hours. Another way to enjoy the nightlife in Tavira is by engaging in a gastronomical tour of the resort, trying each and every local delicacy you come across.
When to go:
Tavira, like most of the resorts on this side of Algarve enjoys a pleasant weather all year round. The land and sea temperatures are pretty comfortable throughout the year. If you’re planning holidays in Tavira, then it is suggested that you plan around June 24th when the entire town celebrates St. John’s Day with great fervour. Those interested in arts and crafts can plan a trip to Tavira during the month of August when the handicraft festival and a couple of fairs take place in town. September is the month of the Folk Tavira festival.
Map of Tavira, Portugal
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