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Posted by algarveresident on November 08, 2013

June 22 – Handicraft Showcase. VRS António, Praça Marquês de Pombal, 6.30pm to 12.30am

June 23, 28 – Quarteira Popular Saints. The traditional parades are one of the most typical and singular cultural events of the city of Quarteira. In the three days of festivities the, hundreds will march to an audience which year after year makes this event one of the largest of it’s kind in the south of the country. Quarteira seafront (marginal), 9pm

June 23 & 24 – Messines popular Saints. Casa do Povo, 7pm to 12am

June 23 to 25 – Faro Handicraft Fair. Jardim Manuel Bivar, from 6pm

June 24 – Popular Saints Festivities. Albufeira Bombeiros car park, 8pm. www.cm-albufeira.pt

June 24 – Handicraft Showcase. Tavira, Mercado da Ribeira, 10am to 6pm

June 24 – Cacela Velha Summer Market. 5pm to 11pm

June 24 – São Brás de Alportel Folklore Festival. São Brás de Alportel, Jardim da Verbena, 9pm

June 25 – Traditional Parades. Faro, Praça da pontinha, 9.30pm. Free admission

June 25 – Art Fair. ASCA - Centro Comunitário de Almancil, 2pm to 7pm. http://asca.pt

June 27 – Handicraft Showcase. Monte Gordo, Avenida Marginal, 6.30pm to 12.30am

June 29 – Handicraft Showcase. VRS António, Praça Marquês de Pombal, 6.30pm to 12.30am

Until June 29 – Portimão Popular Saints celebrations. Street parades, parties and grilled sardines. Alvor’s riverside (June 23), and the Tomás Cabreira avenue in Praia da Rocha (June 29), always starting at 10pm. A party known as ‘arraial’ will also take place on June 24 at 10pm at the town’s old Lota fishing market, with live music and grilled sardines. Finally, the ‘sardinhadas’ are scheduled for June 23 and 28 on Rua Nova in the town’s historic centre, starting at 7.30pm with musical entertainment and historical re-enactments

June 29 to July 2 – MED Festival. The festival will once again include a diversification of nationalities and music, renowned artists, but also new coming musicians from the Portuguese and International music scene. Loulé historic centre, from 7pm. Tickets from €12. www.bol.pt, facebook/festivalmedloule

June 30 to July 2 – Festivities in Honour of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Castro Marim, Praça 1º Maio

Until June 30 – Cataplana Festival Castro Marim, adhering restaurants. www.cm-castromarim.pt

Until October 31 – Fiesa sand sculpture festival. Pêra. www.fiesa.org

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