why go to the Algarve?
Sun, sea and shark fishing, all alongside some of the best golf courses in Europe. The Algarve is one of the most popular tourist destinations and as such it’s adapted over the years to include a great range of bars, shops, galleries, restaurants and nightclubs. On top of that the area has stunning beaches ready and waiting for your adrenalin pumping watersports. The Algarve boasts 35 competition standard golf courses and it was the legendary Henry Cotton who put Algarve on the golf globe in the mid-sixties.
In terms of activities, the Algarve offers a superb range of stag pleasing options. Start your engines Saturday morning with a mud buggy safari; refuel with a BBQ cruise and finish your day on the circuit with go karting. The party doesn’t stop there! Begin your Algarve stag night with a booze cruise before heading to a top lap dancing club and finish your night in style with guestlist nightclub entrance. Spend Sunday relaxing on a yacht charter or keep the adrenalin pumping with a few rides on a banana boat, sure to blow away the hangover!
Visit Lagos where you’ll find cobbled streets, a young crowd and abundant nightlife, or Faro which is the capital of the region and offers a true Portuguese feel. While on your Algarve stag do you should head up to the market town of Monchique, a town which is locally acclaimed for the production of aguardient, a potent brandy which is brewed in antique copper stills.
Algarve is a stunning stag do destination, full of great beaches, excellent bars and buzzing nightlife, it’s the perfect choice for the ultimate stag party.
when to go to the Algarve
SUN, SHARK FISHING AND 35 GOLF COURSES
The best weather in the Algarve is during the summer months with July and August being prime time for high temperatures. However, these are also the busiest months, so if you want to avoid the crowds then head over during spring or autumn; it'll still be warm and there’ll be more space on the beach!
February in the Algarve sees the multi-day Loule Carnival. In August the festival, Marisco (seafood festival), runs and you can enjoy delicious fresh fish dishes. Also in August is the Silves Medieval Fair, where you can wander and soak up the atmosphere, go to the jousting tournament, browse the myriad stalls and drink some medieval beer!