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Sítio do Escampadinho
The Autódromo Internacional do Algarve was opened in 2008 and is one of the best and most modern European circuits. Its layout allows for 64 versions, including models approved by the FIA for Formula 1 and by the FIM for Superbikes. Since 2010, it also includes one of the biggest kart tracks in Europe. Kartódromo offers several programs, aimed at adults, children, amateurs or professionals.
Aeródromo Municipal de Portimão
Este centro de paraquedismo utiliza um avião de turbina a 15000 pés (4600m), oferecendo uma das maiores altitudes para paraquedismo no país, com magníficas vistas sobre a Costa Algarvia.
Avenida Tomás Cabreira
Game room in which the main attraction is the small four-lane bowling alley. There are still seven pool tables and various gaming machines.
Rua da Torralta
Small bowling club with four lanes, which organizes bowling tournaments for professionals and amateurs. Have a cup of coffee, six pool tables, table football and video games.
Sítio da Restinga
Modern sports complex consisting of an indoor pool with six lanes, two tennis courts with synthetic floor with double bench with 300 seats, a boot camp with wall "balls", a bar\/cafeteria with terrace and a large garden area.
Morgado do Reguengo Resort
Situated in the Resort of Reguengo, Morgado Golf of Poplars is the second field of 18 holes of this country retreat, which has as its backdrop the Serra de Monchique and the vineyard property. Two water reservoirs and an Orangery complement the beauty of this field. In addition, the resort offers luxury accommodation with a hotel and apartments, supported by unmatched leisure services inside and outside the complex. The Autódromo Internacional do Algarve is only 5 minutes away
Sítio do Vale de Ferro, Apartado 36
8500, Mexilhoeira Grande
A horse riding centre in a 100000 m2 estate, located on the foothill of the Natural Park of the Monchique Hill. It has thirty Lusitanos, trained both for starters and for advanced riders. There is also lodging and a restaurant.
A horse riding centre, founded in 1990, with horse riding competitions and an obstacle course, located in a rather calm rural area.
EN 125 - Tapada da Penina
Formerly known as Penina golf course is today known as the Sir Henry Cotton golf course, and its 18 holes are those who, in the Algarve, if not throughout Portugal, provide the most demanding tests the capabilities of any golfer. Showing the inevitable difficulties in the choice of clubs, created by landscapes and land plans, the holes are crossed and flanked by a series of streams, ditches and water obstacles, requiring that the strokes are performed with precision to avoid mishaps and make couple. this field, scrupulously careful, circumvents Woods of tall eucalyptus trees and massive Palm trees to elevated …