Aljezur is a small town located in the western Algarve region of Portugal, situated between the Monchique Mountains and the Atlantic coast.
The town is known for its historic castle, beautiful beaches, and stunning natural scenery.
The Castle of Aljezur, which dates back to the 10th century, is one of the town's main attractions. Visitors can explore the castle's ruins and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Aljezur is also popular for its beaches, which are known for their unspoiled beauty and excellent surf conditions. The most famous beaches in the area include Arrifana, Monte Clérigo, and Amoreira. The town is also a great base for exploring the nearby Rota Vicentina, a network of hiking trails that offer stunning views of the Algarve coastline and countryside.