Posts Tagged ‘albufeira beach’


Albufeira town beach 27th March 2019

In Albufeira on March 27, 2019 by cubsur51 Tagged: ,

It was quite windy, air temperature around 20ºC. Didn’t deter some people from having a paddle! The sun beds were not doing much business however.


Albufeira beach 10th March 2019

In Albufeira,Algarve,Portugal on March 11, 2019 by cubsur51 Tagged:

With the temperature 21ºC, it was more like early summer than the middle of March. There were plenty of people on the beach and in the sea.


Albufeira old town 18 January 2019

In Albufeira,Algarve,Portugal on January 18, 2019 by cubsur51 Tagged: ,

The Cais Herculano just above the old town beach, late morning. Temperature around 15ºC, it was starting to get windy. Rain is on the way.



Still nice here in Albufeira

In Albufeira,Algarve on January 11, 2019 by cubsur51 Tagged: ,

Clear sunny skies, daytime temperature still around 15ºC, two pictures taken about 10.15 this morning, before most of the tourists were about.




Albufeira beach Saturday 5 January 2019

In Albufeira on January 7, 2019 by cubsur51 Tagged: ,

Town beach on Saturday lunchtime. There were people sunbathing and paddling in the sea. The weather has been like this, 17 or 18ºC, for some while and is set to last at least another week.


Albufeira ready for the New Year’s Eve party!

In Albufeira on December 31, 2018 by cubsur51 Tagged: ,

Pictures taken Sunday afternoon 30th December. It was a very nice day, temperature 18ºC, plenty of people enjoying a walk on the beach. There were even some mad people in the waves! The stage is set for tonight’s big NYE outdoor music and fireworks event. Around 80,000 people will be in town tonight.





Albufeira beaches 14th December

In Albufeira on December 14, 2018 by cubsur51 Tagged: ,

It is only about 16ºC but a nice enough day for a walk along the beach. The sea was slightly rough. Update – a friend visited São Rafael beach to the west of town also today. Two pictures added at the end.

DSC07040It looks as if work is taking place to level out the sand. Certainly on the other side of the pier, as later images show, the sand is very low.





São Rafael beach, thanks Bob D.