The entrance to Barlefante – one of the few bars in the town.
A traditional doorway.
A baile – a traditional dance.
Fernando and Carlos – two local musicians who play traditional folk music – and much more.
Damon, Martin (drums) and Stewart – local UK musicians.
Cork oak – still harvested but a dying trade.
One of the many tracks which criss-cross the Algarve and, in particular, Monchique.
Cycling around the mountains (for the health and environmentally conscious).
Quadbiking and buggying around the mountains (for the less so).
Sunset from the mountains.
Full moon in the mountains.
The night raider.
A waterfall near where I live.
Monchique mountains as seen from Lagos. Monchique is locally as known as God’s gusunder (bedpan) because of the rain that falls on the mountains.
A break in the clouds.
The result of the rain.
All the good photographs here were taken by a guest. Thank you, Phil.