4) Algarve, Portugal
Algarve is a part of Portugal widely known for its wealth of golf opportunities. It has approximately 35 courses to choose from, one more picturesque than the next. If you’re a golf enthusiast, you’re sure to enjoy your time in Algarve, a relaxing atmosphere with Mediterranean climates, traditional towns with whitewashed homes and low cliffs. In addition to golf, tourists also enjoy dolphin watching, hiking, surfing and lounging on its white sand beaches. Restaurants serve up the region’s most popular wines and the freshest seafood available. If you want to unwind after a day of adventure and exploration, you’ll be drawn to the alluring nightlife at various resorts. Those interested in seeing the undeveloped, natural side of Algarve should explore the western Atlantic Coast.