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Algarve and/or Costa del Sol?

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Hello! I apologize if this has been discussed at length before. My husband and I are traveling through Portugal and flying back home from Malaga. We have 2 weeks and tend to keep things flexible as we go along. Would you spend more time in Algrave or Costa del Sol and can you please tell me why for both? So far I think we're going to try and spend equal amounts in both regions but are they very much the same? Also for example, if the Northern Portugal really tickles our fancy, we may spend more time there and have less time for the south left over.

Also, have already spent time fairly recently in Sevilla, so probably we will just use it as the transfer point from Portugal to Spain. Thank you so much and happy travels!

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