Albufeira (Portuguese pronunciation): is a village, seat, and municipality located in the Faroe region, a region south of the Portuguese Algarve. In 2011, the total number of municipalities was 40,828, in an area of 140.66 square kilometers (54,31 square miles).
In 2001 the city itself had 13,646 inhabitants. It is located about 250 miles [250 km] from Lisbon, near the Palace of Paderne. Lagos is 30 miles (19 km) to the west, and Faro is just 28 miles (28 miles) to the southeast.
The tourist resort (due to its coastal conditions), Albufeira reaches nearly 300,000 people in the summer and Christmas and New Year celebrations, thanks to the number of hotels and resorts in the area, including seaside resorts, golf courses, restaurants, and floodgates that are visited annually.
Albufeira is a beautiful vacation spot, as it offers more than just beautiful beaches and beautiful weather. … This area 2 km east of Old Town will compete well with other Party holiday destinations in Europe. Albufeira is a popular resort, full of restaurants, bars, and shops.
While Albufeira worked all year round in this area, this is no longer the case. Just a few bars on the Strip currently remain open year-round. February and March are the months of the season so you get the Irish for St Patrick’s week (17 March) or at least in the past.
Albufeira may be popular for its nightlife (or notorious!), As it is made for its beaches. Strip, located in the Montechoro district of the city, is the heart of Albufeira’s nightclub with many clubs and bars.
It can be very much associated with falling holiday prices in this part of the world and while Portugal still holds a wonderful title, thanks to the Algarve and its glorious, family-friendly capital, with many including all family and leisure attractions and activities you can enjoy.
The beauty of the area is unique in another way, as are the many golf courses to be enjoyed throughout the country – however, above all, the guaranteed good weather brings visitors back year after year.