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Portugal - Algarve

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My fiance and I are considering Algarve, Portugal for our Honeymoon. We are looking for a good base to take day trips and something less touristy (i understand most of the region will be filled with tourist in late june / early july) but perfer a good mix of culture, good food and wine, easy beach access and relaxation. We are flying into Lisbon and will head down to the Algarve after a couple of days. Any feedback will be much appreciated.

What we are looking for in a town? We like activities. We are not the type of couple that enjoys laying on a beach all day more interested in see historical sites, good food and wine, natural wonders, day trips to other towns, boat tours, maybe even some active extrusions. Hopefully that helps. Any additional insight is much appreciated.

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