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Holiday Letting Price Information in Alvor
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Alvor. Alvor is more expensive in August (25/08 - 01/09), where prices are on average £120 a night. Prices are more affordable in January (12/01 - 19/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Alvor
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. In August (25/08 - 01/09), only 27 are available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in October (27/10 - 03/11).
The weather in Alvor
Check out the climate diagram for Alvor. July is the warmest month of the year in Alvor with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 29°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 8° low. The wettest month is January with 11 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 1 rainy days in June, which is the driest month.
See amazing Alvor while staying in a Portuguese holiday cottage
Alvor, one of Portugal's prettiest fishing villages, is situated on the bank of the River Odiaxere and within walking distance of some of the finest beaches for miles along the coast. Replete with attractions to discover, your holiday letting here unfolds innumerable delights.
Climate – when is the best time to visit?
Although Portugal is blessed with a mild climate throughout the year, the warmest periods are mid-May through early November. Come later in the season and the water around the coast will have had a chance to warm up.
Areas to explore when in Alvor
The elevated footpaths that bridge the sand dunes at the Alvor Nature Reserve are one of the area’s major attractions. Wide enough for cycling, they run east along the beach.
Dona Ana Beach
One of the Ponta da Piedade's most beautiful beaches, Dona Ana has incredible rock formations that are home to many mussels. There is also a small restaurant on the beach, which sells traditional local fare and great cocktails. The beach backs onto a promenade with unparalleled views of the ocean, making it a popular spot for sunbathing.
A steep incline down the cliff edge reveals this hidden gem of a beach, where the water is crystal clear and shallow, with fine sand underfoot. At high tide, there is very little beach, but fantastic photo opportunities from the cliffs that make this a winner at any time of day. Kayaking around the perimeter of the bay is one of the best ways to explore its fascinating rock formations.
Praia da Rocha
One of the Algarve's largest and most beautiful sandy beaches, Praia da Rocha shares the coastline with a lively promenade and yacht marina, both fascinating places buzzing with life. The restaurants and bars that encircle the marina offer all the refreshments you could desire, and a tranquil fishing village with bright white houses and a village church visible from the beach lies on the other side of the bay. Nearby, you’ll find Praia Grande, a stunning beach at the foot of the Castle of Arade, where the sounds of children engaged in various watersports resound.
Forte da Ponta da Bandeira
This well-preserved magisterial seventeenth-century fortress was one of the last bastions of the town of Lagos. It features a chapel dedicated to Saint Barbara, patron saint of sailors, and today hosts art exhibitions and a traditional community festival in August.
Megalithic Monuments of Alcalar
These incredible stone edifices, with unusual slit-like doorways, look distinctly foreign. They date back to the Chalcolithic period, or the Copper Age, and are certainly worth experiencing.
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