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155 km along the Atlantic Ocean is dragging the Algarve in the south of Portugal.
From the Rio Guadiana, the natural border with Spain, past the original sand banks of the Ria Famosa, to the rugged cliffs of the western Algarve.
Going midland, the time seems to stand still. Flocks of sheep are roaming the hills while donkeys are plowing the fields.
In the small villages, the quiet and serene lifestyle of the Portuguese is in the air.
The sparse population and several national parks provide a haven for lovers of nature and cycling…
see ya on the trails