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Walking in the Algarve Books

  • Autor: Julie Statham
  • Editor: Cicerone Press
  • Relaese Date: 20 March 2006
  • ISBN: 1849650942
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 144 pages
  • File Size: 17MB
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Description Walking in the Algarve de Julie Statham:

For many years the Algarve has not been considered as a 'real' walking destination. That opinion is rapidly changing. An increasing number of people are beginning to realise that there is far more to this area than first meets the eye - besides a spectacular and dramatic coastline, there is a huge interior that sees very few visitors. Here the varied geology helps produce a rich range of scenery from volcanic hills to dramatic limestone escarpments. This diversity is complemented by the local flora and fauna that flourish in the equable climate of mild, sunny winters and long, hot summers. All this, combined with a local population that is warm and generous, makes walking here fascinating. The walks in this guide will take you right away from the large tourist developments so that you too can discover the huge welcoming heart of the Algarve. Julie Statham has been leading walks on the Algarve and throughout Portugal since leaving England in 1998. Julie is passionate about the environment and conservation and the potential of the Algarve for walking. She is constantly seeking new paths and trails - 'it's an obsession!' Besides her walking company she also runs a walking club for residents.


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