Santa Luzia is a small village in the eastern part of the Algarve, with just 1,500 inhabitants. It was declared one of the ten most beautiful villages in the region and is known as the Portuguese capital of the octopus. Partly due to its location, this authentic fishing village is still an undiscovered part of the Algarve, so you can enjoy the sun, the sea and nature in peace. In addition, there are also various cultural attractions and sports facilities close by.
The area is perfect for walking, cycling, mountain biking, sailing, golfing and fishing