The conference will be held in Algarve, Portugal at the
Hotel Tivoli Carvoeiro.
In the Algarve, close to the picturesque village of
Carvoeiro, The Hotel Tivoli Carvoeiro
is a very special hotel with a Moorish influence in its
décor, which is nestled in a dramatic location perched
above a small cove with its own secluded beach. This hotel
has been built on the rocks above the Vale Covo beach,
which is surrounded by caves and rocks forming an inlet of
limpid and quiet waters.
How to get to Hotel Tivoli
What you can do around the
Situated on the
extreme South of Portugal, this part of the territory was
the last to be conquered from the Moors by the Portuguese
king in 1292. Traces of the Moorish presence are still
seen in its unique architecture - terraces, chimneys and
coastline is notable for picturesque limestone caves
and grottoes, particularly around Lagos, which are
accessible by powerboat. Praia da Marinha, Lagoa was
classified as one of the 100 most beautiful and well
preserved beaches of the world. There are many other
beautiful and famous summer places such as Albufeira,
Vilamoura, Portimão, Lagos, Armação de Pêra,
Quarteira, Monte Gordo and Tavira.
Algarve an aquarelle in shades of mountain and sea
where warm brush strokes of golden shores mix gently
with the scent of wild flowers. A region renowned for
its sea-smelling colourful fishing boats. A paradise
with the most beautiful shores in Europe all fringed
by rocks that were sculpted by the sea and immense
golden sands that extend far and wide.
As you travel across the Algarve, amidst its hills and
plains filled with places of great ecological interest,
rich in biodiversity and ecosystems, you will feel as
though you are passing through an area full of different
traditions, unchanged for many centuries.
built heritage is something you cannot afford to miss. The
architecture of the whitewashed houses, with their
brightly-coloured mouldings and remarkably beautiful
chimneys, the church belfries and the museums, all reveal
particular memories of the ancestors of the Algarve people
and help to make this such a special destination.
is skilfully manufactured by the local craftsmen, who make
use of longstanding, ancestral techniques and produce an
excellent range of pottery, woven baskets, copper and
brass articles, or other pieces made of linen and jute.
is a superb menu that offers a wide variety of
Mediterranean highland aromas and flavours and includes
dishes made with fish and shellfish, such as the famous
"Caldeirada de Peixe" (fish stew) or the typical
"Cataplana de Ameijoas" (a dish prepared with cockles).
There are traditional restaurants to please everyone, bars
and casinos and for those whose batteries never run out,
countless discos with wide open doors to inviting you to
dance the night away.