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How to get to Loulé?

Uber is reliable in the centre of Loulé and there is a selection of local taxis available. During the morning, most people choose to start their visit at the Mercado Municipal de Loulé in the centre of town and that’s where our guide to Loulé starts. The distinctive domed building is hard to miss.

What is folhado de Loulé?

Like many towns and regions in Portugal, Loulé has its very own pastry, Folhado de Loulé. It is a delicious combination of flakey pastry and a sweet but light egg custard. We know what you’re thinking, and no, this is nothing like a pastel de nata.

Where is Loulé in Portugal?

Loulé is a quaint town in the Algarve with a population of about 70, 000 inhabitants. It’s located about 15 kilometres north of Faro, the capital city of the Algarve. How to get to Loulé from Lisbon? From Lisbon, you can either go by train or bus to Loulé.

What is it like to live in Loulé?

Loulé is a traditional market town located approximately 18km north of Faro. It’s a small town that even in the summer manages to avoid much of the hustle and bustle of the Algarve. Well, except for one day of the week.

Why visit Loulé in the Algarve?

You probably have heard about the Algarve, its beaches, golf courses and the ecstatic nightlife in Albufeira. Unlike the most popular touristic towns in the Algarve, Loulé offers a different tourism experience. It is an ancient town that dates as far as the Palaeolithic period.

What is the population of Loulé in Portugal?

In 2011, the population of the entire municipality was 70,622 inhabitants, in an area of approximately 763.67 square kilometres (294.85 sq mi). The municipality has two principal cities: Loulé and Quarteira . Human presence in the territory of Loulé remotes to the Later Paleolithic.

What is the history of Loulé?

Loulé is a traditional market town about 18 km north of Faro in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. Not being a coastal resort, Loulé is one of the few places in the area that still offers a sense of the Algarves pre-tourist-boom atmosphere. Loulé has the same history of occupation by Romans and Moors as most other towns in the Algarve.

Is Loulé a good place to live?

Not being a coastal resort, Loulé is one of the few places in the area that still offers a sense of the Algarves pre-tourist-boom atmosphere. Loulé has the same history of occupation by Romans and Moors as most other towns in the Algarve.

Note: Loule is 10km from the nearest beaches, therefore the town should not be considered for a beach holiday. Loule, Silves or Faro as a Day Trip? Loule, Silves and Faro are all popular day trips but each town has it’s own positives and negatives as day trip destinations.

What makes Loulé’s Market Hall unique?

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