Praia da Marinha is often called the most beautiful beach in the Algarve. The clear turquoise waters slap constantly against the orange limestone forming cliffs and the almost iconic rock formations grace the covers of hundreds of postcards and travel brochures. The beach itself, along with the grotto in Benagil and Ponte de Piedade in Lagos, is one of the most visited places in the region.
Lisbon Airport is the largest airport in Portugal, so it is natural that the Humberto Delgado Airport tarmac also receives the most tourists. However, not everyone wants to stay on the Tagus River and chooses to go to the warmer and sandy Algarve. Below is a packet of information on how to get to the south of Portugal most easily.