Through the lens: the Algarve coast of Portugal: A photographic essay - by Brian Kegels
The golden coloured rock formations at the coast of the Algarve are wonderful. Many visit the southern region of Portugal for its coastal scenes. The sea water is crystal clear. Beautiful bays and light brown beaches alternate with rocky steep cliffs and picturesque villages. A mountain landscape called Serra de Monchique rises land inwards.
Algarve is a region in Portugal, a member state of the European Union. Faro, Lagos, Albufeira and Portimão are the largest cities.
This book contains photographs of the Algarve region. The focus is on the photos. They give beautiful impressions and are provided with a short explanation and different kinds of facts. Mostly it includes the location. In this way readers can create their itinerary having stops at places they are interested in.
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