Today was my last day in Portugal. Tavira is a nice looking town, with an inner walled city and Rio Séqua running through it-
Of course, people come here for the beach-
It's a natural breakwater that is about 40 km long. You can walk from Tavira, on the far right, all the way to Faro, on the left, on a very narrow strip of sand (the yellow on the map) that at this time of year is pretty much deserted-
There are chaise longue ready for next year I guess. The wind was blowing and it was cold so there were no sunbathers-
It was about half an inch thick and the garlic on top was burned. Oh well, the sangria was good :)
I caught the ferry back to town and wandered. There's lots of tile covered buildings here too-
P.S. Andi loves her Dad!