🔸 MEET THE STAFF | Meet Inês Espírito Santo. Born in the Algarve and girl of many passions, from an early age she was surrendered to this little paradise that is the Algarve: "I can not imagine what it would be like to live without being surrounded by the sea". Inês is part of the Sales & Marketing Department and acts as a Creative Digital Content Trainee at Longevity Wellness Worldwide.
🔸 QUEM SOMOS | Conheça Inês Espírito Santo. De várias paixões e algarvia de gema, desde muito cedo que ficou rendida a este pequeno paraíso que é o Algarve: "não imagino como seria viver sem estar rodeada pelo mar". A Inês integra o Departamento de Vendas e Maketing atuando como Creative Digital Content Trainee na Longevity Wellness Worldwide
❄️ ¿Sabes dónde está el belén más grande de Portugal? En Vila Real de Santo António. Lo componen más de 5500 piezas y para su creación se han empleado 2500 horas de trabajo, 20 toneladas de arena y 3000 kilos de corcho.
The Algarve , Portuguese: [alˈɡaɾvɨ] (About this soundlisten)) is the southernmost region of continental Portugal. It has an area of 4,997 km2 (1,929 sq mi) with 451,006 permanent inhabitants, and incorporates 16 municipalities.The region has its administrative centre in the city of Faro, where both the region's international airport (IATA: FAO) and public university, the University of Algarve, are located. Tourism and related activities are extensive and make up the bulk of the Algarve's summer economy. Production of food, which includes fish and other seafood, different types of fruit such as oranges, figs, plums, carob beans, and almonds, are also economically important in the region. Although Lisbon surpasses the Algarve in terms of tourism revenue, the Algarve is still, overall, considered to be the biggest and most important Portuguese tourist region, having received an estimated total of 7.1 million tourists in 2017. Its population triples in the peak holiday season due to seasonal residents. The Algarve is also increasingly sought after, mostly by central and northern Europeans, as a permanent place to settle. A 2016 American-based study concluded that the Algarve was the world's best place to retire.
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