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Portugal in March

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I just booked a trip to Algarve Portugal March 2-9 2013. Does anyone have any suggestions for sightseeing/daytrips/activities?

I love outdoor activities so I was considering a bike and/or kayaking tour. I heard the algarve coast is magnificent. If anyone has any good recommendations on tour companies that would be helpful.

I was also going to try to extend the trip a few days to go to Lisbon. Are there any other Portugal cities that are a MUST SEE for a short vacation? Or landmarks?

Finally, I was wondering if anyone had any insight on the weather. From research it looks like it'll be about 70 degrees which is beautiful weather, but I hope it doesn't stop us from being able to go to the coastal areas and admiring the coastline/caves. Is the sun strong enough to keep you toasty even on a 70 degree day?

Thanks for your help! My Fodor friends have always been great to me...

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