Some consider Alte, which has existed since the period of the Roman occupation, to be the village most typical of the Algarve. With their whitewashed houses, Windows and façades edged with colourful borders, ornate chimneys and pervasive air of tranquillity, the streets of Alte's historic centre have retained much of their original charm. The area around the church is a delightful snapshot of the real Algarve.
Fonte Pequena and Fonte Grande
For centuries these two springs were a meeting place for the women of the village who would fill their water pitchers and do their washing. Tables and stone benches have now been installed, in the cool shade of the overarching trees, making this an ideal spot for having a picnic or just relaxing.
Very nice to be waited at the airport of Faro, after landing at 23 h 55, and to be driven in Faro city at my hostel.
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Excellent service! We will use it again on our next visit to the Algarve. Thank you very much, Haley.