The Wine Route of the Algarve is divided into four routes: Gil Eanes Route, Arade Route, Mourisco Route and Falésias Route. These routes comprise the demarcated regions of Lagos, Portimão, Lagoa and Tavira, having several winemakers with a wide offer of wine tourism activities associated to them. These activities include visits to wineries and stays in major hotel groups.
Regarding the gastronomy, in the Algarve we find some of the top Portuguese restaurants, many of them with international prizes and awards. The flavours of the Algarve's cuisine include mostly fish and seafood, such as the fish stew or the clams cataplana. The listing of culinary delights also comprises the famous regional sweets, such as almond, fig, or carob.
Combining the good weather with the finest wines of the region, complemented with the modern vineyard estates and wineries, hotels and good restaurants, the Algarve is today a leading wine destination where the art of hospitality excels according to the Portuguese tradition.