Association of Interpreter Guides and municipal company join forces to boost Loulé Market

Aggarve undertakes to promote site visits

Boosting tourism and commerce in the city of Loulé, especially in its emblematic Municipal Market, is the objective of the cooperation protocol signed by David Pimentel, chairman of the Board of Directors of Loulé Concelho Global, and Cristina Marreiros, chairman of the Board of Agigarve – Association of Algarve Interpreter Guides.

The partnership established aims to «cooperate in the development of actions and initiatives to carry out visits to the Municipal Market of Loulé, which will contribute to the dissemination of products from the Algarve region, to promote the traditions and regional gastronomic culture, to boost endogenous production and for the development of the local economy», explains Agigarve in a press release.

Loulé Municipal Market, traditionally known as “Praça” is one of the most emblematic buildings in the city, located in the center of Loulé.

Inaugurated on June 27, 1908, "it has been offering its customers daily, for over 100 years, an offer of indigenous products of enormous richness and diversity", stresses Agigarve.

The Market is managed by the municipal company Loulé Concelho Global, being an "icon of local commerce", "visited annually by thousands of people, who experience a unique and truly remarkable experience".

For its part, the Algarve Interpreter Guides Association (Aigarve) is a professional association that represents tourist information service providers in the Guide-Interpreter categories, endowed with solid knowledge of the Algarve region, its people, traditions and experiences.