<a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-2845-1-0/hotels-in-albufeira' title='Albufeira' target='_blank'>Albufeira</a> is one of the most popular places in the Algarve. It has beaches with turquoise waters, welcoming restaurants and a thriving nightlife, so there’s something for you to enjoy, whether you go with your partner, family or friends. Make the most of the coastal location by renting accommodation overlooking the harbour, such as the self-catered Apartments Marina Albufeira. Alternatively, stay near Fisherman’s Beach, the most popular stretch of sand in the region, where you can watch local fishermen bring in their catch every day.Peace and tranquillity can be found in Albufeira’s Old Town, with its cobbled alleyways and Moorish buildings. Make your holiday one to remember by booking accommodation that showcases the best of the area’s architecture, such as Hostel Casa dos Arcos. This sits within an 18th-century palace and features a stylish design and tranquil courtyard.If you’re looking for luxury, try the beautiful <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-2870-1-0/hotels-in-vilamoura' title='resort of Vilamoura' target='_blank'>resort of Vilamoura</a>. Here you can relax on the upmarket harbour or peruse the shops. While you’re there, why not treat yourself to a stay in one of Vilamoura’s unforgettable hotels? The Lake Resort, for example, is just 500 metres from Falésia Beach and boasts a natural sand pool and floating restaurant.Further west, <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-2853-1-0/hotels-in-lagos' title='Lagos' target='_blank'>Lagos</a> is perfect for anyone after a fun beach holiday. This is a great place to admire dramatic cliffs stretching along the coastline and go kayaking. In the evening, wander through Lagos’ Old Town, where you’ll find reasonably priced restaurants selling fresh fish and seafood. There are also plenty of family friendly hotels in Lagos dotted along the coast within easy walking distance of its main attractions.