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Algarve is Portugal’s southernmost region, complete with soaring cliffs and golden sandy beaches. With 125 miles of coastline and 300 days of sun a year, it’s the perfect destination to soak up the rays. Portimão is the largest city in the western Algarve. The city is known for its old quarter busy marina and beautiful array of beaches. Praia da Rocha, around two miles south of Portimão, is the town’s main beach boasting stunning red-rock cliffs and glistening water. Portimão has a distinctively Portuguese ambience with plenty for you to do during your stay. From beach relaxation and enjoying the local seafood selection to exploring historical sites. For more information: RollingLoudPortugal.com/blog/

We cross over to the Algarve, the most desired secret in Europe, and arrive in Portimão, where on the 6th of December, for the second consecutive year, we will hold an incredible Race of the Mediterranean Diet, Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Here, next to fascinating beaches that seem more like an unbelievable dream, we are faced with a city inhabited since Neolithic times that presents strong vestiges of Roman civilization. But it is in modern times that it has shown all its strength, dynamics and attractiveness. Located in the heart of the Algarve, it is one of the most sought after destinations in the world, for its paradisiacal beaches, pleasant climate and welcoming people. The beauty and vitality of the city makes its seaport currently the third most sought after in Portugal, by cruise ships. Portimão is also the stage for major international events, and in 2019 it was a very special year with the title of the Best European Sport City in Europe. As Pythagoras says, the number seven is sacred, perfect and powerful. Seven destinations that take us to seven Territories, a perfect symbiosis between heritage, culture and sport that allow us to invite the seven billion […]

É o Fim is the second part of Rui Sinel de Cordes’ double solo, which from 2020 reveals the destiny of Humanity until its end as he thinks it will happen. Light or darkness?

Vestiges of an ancient prehistoric settlement with megalithic funerary temples, built and used over several centuries, during the Chalcolithic period (3rd millennium B.C.), constituting a remarkable monumental ensemble. In the surroundings, natural cavities and crypts artificially excavated in the rock (hypogeus) were used, used at the same time as collective tombs. The monuments of the eastern grouping of the necropolis are museographed and can be visited. The monuments of the central tomb cluster are located on public grounds and are accessible to visitors. The remains of the Chalcolithic settlement and the other monuments are located on private properties, with access subject to the prior authorization of the respective owners.

Programmed as the main reference exhibition of the museum, occupying the industrial buildings of the previous factory building and spread over an area of about 1000 m2, “Portimão, Território e Identidade” represents a historical synthesis of the route designed by the local communities, since the pre -history to the present day, highlighting the most representative activities of economic, cultural and social life, divided into three routes.

The preserved industrial memory and the deep historical relationship with the Arade River and the Atlantic are the central themes of this route. Through it, the role of men and women in the most relevant economic activity in Portimão and the Algarve stands out, before the change to the new paradigm, the tourism industry. Departing from the factory space and in particular the refurbished “Casa de Descabeço”, the visitor is taken from the old auction room on the Portimão pier to the heart of the factories, following the process of manufacturing, packaging and promoting canned Portimão. It is divided into 5 cores: ** There is Fish on the Pier ** Between Whistles and “Mermaids” ** “Casa do Descabeço” ** Artes do Cheio, Artes do Voio ** Promotion – From Portimão to the World

In the former cistern at the Factory, where rainwater was collected and reused to feed the factory’s brine tanks and boilers, we now discover moving images of the underwater fauna and flora of the Arade River and the coastline of Portimão. In this same Cistern, in September 2013, the nucleus Ocean Revival – Portimão Underwater Park was installed, which made it possible for our visitors to follow on land what is going on underwater with the ships sunk about three miles from Praia de Alvor .

In 2017 the ELMS season finale moved from the Portuguese circuit at Estoril to the south of the country to the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve. The Autódromo Internacional do Algarve is a 4.692 km (2.915 mi) race circuit located in Portimão, in the south of Portugal. Construction was completed in just seven months in October 2008, with the circuit hosting its first event a month later. In August 2009 the Le Mans Series visited the new track, the teams and drivers competing in the 1000km do Algarve. For the past three seasons the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve has provided the stage for the dramatic conclusion to the ELMS season and will undoubtably do so again in 2020. The 2020 ELMS season finale will take place in Portugal on October!

2 x 2 Day Track Day Event 3 / 4 Groups Pit Boxes Included 300kms ‘Fun’ Endurance Race at Portimao Glasgow, Sheffield and Reading bike collections Fully timed event – transponders for correct group allocation Updated groups every half day based on lap times Innovative QR Code Rider information system (No more wristbands) Glasgow, Sheffield and Reading Bike Collection SAVE £££’s Why not combine our Portimao and Estoril Double Header event with our Le Mans event three days earlier for a real treat and huge saving on transportation costs. We will be shipping all bikes and kit from Le Mans directly to Portugal then back to the UK afterwards Book early to avoid disappointment

Three days on track at this amazing circuit price inc transport hotels and track time

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