Portugal: Bathing water season begins in Algarve

 

The official swimming season in the Algarve started Thursdy June 3, with increased supervision and lifeguards.  

 

During the bathing season, the Maritime Authority will beef up monitoring and rescue capabilities in the Algarve, with 514 lifeguards guarding the region’s beaches. Until September 30th, the Algarve‘s 200km of coastline will be safe for bathers thanks to increased rescue services.

 Start saving your ideas

Portugal has been removed off the government of the United Kingdom’s “green travel list.” The announcement was made by the British press (BBC, Sky News, The Guardian, and the Telegraph), who all expected that the demotion would take effect on Tuesday.

Cheap Airline Deals 

 The decision has subsequently been confirmed by UK Transport Minister Grant Shapps, who told Sky News that Portugal has been demoted because the British government wants to give the UK “the greatest possible opportunity of unlocking domestically” on June 21.

The new Nepal mutation of the Indian variation is “of worry,” he said, adding that Portugal’s positive rate has “almost quadrupled since the last evaluation.”

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Madeira Portugal

Love Madeira: Golden sand & crystal clear waters

  Madeira is a Portuguese island located west of the Mediterranean Sea in the Atlantic Ocean. Please enable JavaScript E-Mail-Marketing-Services by Benchmark   Madeira attracts a large number of visitors each year due to its beautiful landscapes, gardens, flowers, and tropical temperature. A multitude of beaches may be found along Madeira’s coastline. Calheta, one of […]

Read More
Faro Portugal

Why two Portuguese villages ranked among the Best in the world

Cumeada and Castelo Rodrigo are two Portuguese communities that have won the World Tourism Organization‘s Best Tourism Village Award. The award was presented during the OMT’s 24th General Assembly, which is now taking place in Madrid. These awards are being granted for the first time this year, with the goal of recognizing the greatest rural […]

Read More
Madeira Portugal Vaccination

Portugal: Madeira will begin vaccinating children against COVID-19

Madeira has not recorded any cases of the Omicron variant and is scheduled to start immunizing 14,715 children aged 5 to 11 on December 14. Health Minister Pedro Ramos said: “The vaccines (intended to vaccinate children) will arrive on December 13, a week ahead of schedule.” Government officials emphasized that the region will receive 25% […]

Read More