The Cave Beach in Algarve, Portugal, was traditionally a favorite of European travelers in the mid twentieth century for its food, spas, spirituality and wonderful natural splendor. The mild climate of the area is welcoming for travelers from all over the world. More adventurous travelers leave the pleasant beaten path to explore the limestone grottoes dotting the picturesque coastline. Outside the peaceful town of Lagos is the famous secluded beach caves, a perfect stop for fans of sunbathing and swimming. While the private beach caves and grottoes are the most popular secluded spots, there is something for all travelers whether they want to enjoy a day of surfing, fishing, snorkeling, swimming or hiking.