Caves and grottoes in the Algarve, Portugal. The southernmost region in the country has a striking coastline, which is rich with spectacular limestone caves and grottoes. These kind of cavities are formed by erosion, when the waves of the tireless Atlantic ocean hit the rocks.
The coastline can be explored on a boat tour: beaches like Ponta Da Piedade, which is famous for the sandstone towers, are best approached from water. The caves can also be seen and visited while hiking on a beach. On Algarve Seafaris the tourists get to visit the largest caves and explore the dramatic coastline.
Why to go there?
Stunning beaches, coastline and caves.
When to go there?
All year round.
How to get there?
Algarve Seafaris cruise collects tourists from Marina de Vilamoura and Albufeira.
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