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Description: Algarve is from the Arabic "al gharb", the west. It is a region and province along the southern end of the coast of Portugal, co-extensive with the district of Faro. It has a sub-tropical climate with vegetation reminiscent of northern Africa. Red, white and rosÚ wines are produced as well as a sherry-like dessert wine. It is also known for its Mediterranean fruits and fish.
|Algarve or Faro, with many thanks to www.map-of-portugal.co.uk by Tourizm Maps &Copy; 2006||
Most frequent country: Portugal
Most frequent region: Algarve
See places: Portuguese food and cuisine
See foods and dishes: b§lo de chila do Algarve, caracˇis Ó Algarvia, Lagoa «, ostras do Algarve, perdiz Ó montemor, perdiz com molho de vilŃo