Feast Your Eyes On The Algarve Ambiance

If you're looking to swap the British weather for the shores of Portuguese perfection, then we promise you won't be disappointed - Juicy June has something to offer holidaymakers from far and wide - the slogan 'music and much more' perfectly sums up what's on offer this summer. 

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With this in mind, the historic centre of Loulé undergoes its transformation and opens the doors to Festival MED, beginning on the 28th June. The event is an annual event held in Loule's market town, where you can experience the finest Mediterranean culture. The city in the Faro district, extends from the beaches of Vilamoura and Quarteira up the mountainsides, perfect for the excitement the MED Festival brings. 

The MED Festival has achieved high levels of acceptance by the public and gained notoriety and international popularity, attracting a growing interest from critics and tourists who choose the Algarve as a holiday destination.  

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The region welcomes the world of global music, art and much more. In addition, if you're feeling peckish, the festival ground will also be filled with a number of different restaurants where you can sample some of the tastes of the traditional cuisine on offer - it's worth tasting the difference, from savouring seafood to supplementing the taste of a victorious vino in Southern Portugal!

The three-day event is first and foremost an honouring of anything and everything music. But all involved with Festival MED can't help but tickle their taste buds with the cuisine provided. Hence the event's organisers thought it would be a good idea to also celebrate the wonderful world of food. Of course, while in the Algarve, an opportunity to channel your inner Algarvian will be simply too good to turn down!

In amongst the excitement of Festival MED, a whole host of events throughout the Algarve will have you wanting to book your plane ticket right away! You can take a look at all the events running throughout June and the summer months here

While Festival MED promises to bring you a new experience of flavour in a wide range of forms, it will only solidify that Algarvian cuisine is second to none! The very freshest fish and seafood come from the sea, and are the main ingredients, perfectly complimenting the paradise of Portugal. Local restaurants prove that their produce is the very finest through sushi, mexican and Indian treats all on the menu.


Incredibly fine dining is never too far away in the Algarve, including Michelin-starred restaurants, tapas bars and beachside tavernas. Venues such as Ocean, Bon Bon, Rei das Praias and Gigi's ensure that you'll be eating well throughout your break away. After all reputation means everything - the Algarve provides that in a abundance!

In addition, lets not forget the excellent reputation The Algarve golf region has, off the back of being awarded with two very important golf titles. The 2018 'Annual Travel Awards' was won for the second year running for being the 'Best Golf Destination in Continental Europe', and 'Best Value Golf Destination in Continental Europe' for the fifth time since 2012.

With a glorious year-round climate and a wide range of signature and championship courses in abundance, our visitors love to play on San Lorenzo Golf, Laguna Golf Course, Faldo Course Portugal and Victoria golf greens.


Festivals, attractions and overall popularity has seen the The Algarve become one of Europe's largest single tourist complexes, its waiting for you to experience in all its finery - what are you waiting for?!

Regency Luxury Villas are the premier rental agency in the region, offering a wide selection of exclusive villas to rent.  If you wish to receive a service second to none and have the choice of the finest properties within the Algarve, then you have arrived at the right place.

Please either browse our website for our carefully selected luxury villa rentals or complete the contact form and let us do the work by sending you the perfect recommendation for you.

Are you ready for a sunsoaked summer of culture in the Algarve? 

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