Loule in the Algarve


Loule is a city and a municipality in Faro District in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 70,622, in an area of 763.67 km². The municipality contains two cities: Loulé and Quarteira.

A highlight of the summer months in Loulé is Noite Branca, the Festival of White Night held to celebrate the end of summer. Locals and tourists, all wearing white, converge on the town, where a dazzling display of music, dance and pageantry awaits. Young people wander the streets, dressed in white as princes and princesses, demons and winged fantasy figures, while live bands play in the background.

Loulé is well known for the sandy beaches, such as Quarteira. Inland, Loulé shows a rich geology, paleontology, and wildlife.

Source: Wikipedia

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                            Municipal Loule...in the Algarve

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Vila Real de Santo Antonio Vila Real de Santo Antonio Castro Marim Olhao Tavira Sao Bras de Alportel Faro Alcoutim Loule Silves Lagoa Portimao Monchique Lagos Vila do Bispo Aljezur Albufeira

Principal parishes & towns in the County of Loule
        Almancil  |  Alte  |  Ameixial  |  Boliqueime  |  Quarteira  |  Querença, Tôr & Benafim
    Salir  |  São Clemente  |  São Sebastião  |  Vilamoura