The weather in the Algarve region of Portugal is shaped by the Atlantic Ocean in the south and the mountain range in the north.
The warm Gulf Stream gives the region 300 sunny days a year, while the sea keeps warm throughout the year, which is quite remarkable
even for the southern coast of Europe. The northern mountain range protects the Algarve from the cold north winds.
In the hottest of summers, fresh Atlantic sea breeze provides relief from the humidity.
The air temperature in the Algarve varies between +25 to +27 degrees Celcius in the summer and + 16 to + 22 in the winter.
The water temperature in the Algarve varies between +15 to +22 degrees Celcius all year round.