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Popular Saints

In June, the Algarvians take special delight in celebrating local feast days...

Salt Extraction

Salt extraction is an activity with remote origins, which is constantly repeated in the saltpans in the eastern coastal regions...

Easter

On Easter Sunday, people eat lamb, beans flavoured with mint, and homemade sausages, followed by folar (traditional Easter bread) and almonds...

Christmas and New Year Carols

In the Algarve, Christmas celebrations begin on the 8th December with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and continue to Epiphany...

Fishing

Because the Algarve is a land facing the Atlantic Ocean, it is in the sea that Algarvians find their chief sustenance...

Magustos harvests

Every summer, the country people of the Barrocal lands and mountains pick almonds, figs and carobs...

Harvesting bivalve shellfish (molluscs)

Albeit on a small scale, it is still possible to witness the art of shellfish gatherers harvesting in the fertile estuaries of the rivers, Alvor and Formosa...

May Day

May Day is a day for celebration...

Folklore

The accelerated tempo of music and the colourful regional dress are the joy of an Algarvian folklore...

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