The Bravura Dam is part of the basin of the rivers of the western Algarve, used as irrigation project in the region is in the south of Dog Ridge mountains, between the mountainous area and the basin of the Western Algarve, which is distributed by parishes Bensafrim, in the city of Lagos, and Marmelete in the town of Monchique. This dam is classified as a protected public water reservoir, and its most common access by Odiáxere Village.
The Western Algarve is also known as Windward, which belongs to the municipalities of Albufeira, Aljezur, Lagoa, Lagos, Monchique, Portimão, Silves and Vila do Bispo. Heavily known as the capital of the western Algarve is the city of Portimão. The coastline of the Western Algarve consists of several beaches that leave accompanied by large cliffs and rock formations that feature shades between yellow and red.
But the Eastern Algarve is appointed by the eastern part of the Algarve, being composed of the municipalities of Alcoutim, Castro Marim, Faro, Loulé, Olhão, São Brás de Alportel, Tavira and Vila Real de Santo António. Already the capital of the Eastern Algarve is the city of Faro.