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Hello fellow travellers. I am planning a visit to Portugal late next month and am thinking about a stay at the Estoril Coast or the Algarve Coast, or both. Can anyone share their experience with me and recommed some 4 star properties that will accommodate us on the coast.

If one was to select between these two coastal areas which would you prefer and why? Which are the most favoured properties with best location to the beach etc?

I am also interested in a nice nightlife that includes reasonable dining and good bars. We spent last summer in Sorrento and Santa Margharita and loved both localities.

Best regards
Ron

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