Olhao in the Algarve





Olhao

Olhao is a municipality and urban community in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. The population in 2011 was 45,396, in an area of 130.86 km².

Located near the regional capital Faro, it is a fishing port, home of the Bela brand sardines and Conserveira do Sul's Manná range of processed fish products.  Along with Faro, Loulé, and Tavira, Olhão forms a conurbation with the city of Faro, from the eastern and central Algarve.

In a general way, the municipality presents a temperate humid Mediterranean climate, with warm, dry summers and mild winters. The precipitation is distributed in an irregular fashion throughout the year, while concentrating in the months between autumn and spring. The climate is not homogeneously distributed throughout the region; the maritime influence gives way from the littoral area to the interior, turning the climate warmer and dryer, and simultaneously more rainy.

Source: Wikipedia


Some Images
In and Around Olhao




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                            Municipal Olhao...in the Algarve




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rental properties HERE


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 Olhao 
 
    Moncarapacho & Fuseta  |  Olhão  |  Pechão  |  Quelfes