Aljezur or Algezur is a Portuguese village belonging to the district of Faro, with less than 2,000 inhabitants. In the heart of Costa Vicentina, Aljezur distinguishes itself amongst the best European destinations for Nature Tourism. With stunning landscapes, between the mountains and the sea, which shelter different natural habitats and a high biodiversity, a coast that houses the best beaches in Portugal and a geological, faunal and floristic heritage of high scientific value, Aljezur stirs emotions. land of abundant fish and meat, as well as rich vegetables, it is impossible to resist Aljezur's sweetpotato, which deserves honours in one of the best gastronomic festivals in the Algarve region, the Aljezur Sweet Potato Festival! The pedestrian walks and the historical and environmental circuits of Aljezur are well-known where they pass through various points of interest, namely the Misericórdia Church, Sacred Art Museum, Antoniano Museum, Casa Pintor José Cercas, the Municipal Museum where you can visit the Islamic, archaeological the ethnographic nucleus and finally having a view of the Castle. Aljezur is a natural and cultural treasure to enjoy all year round!