Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Located in the sought after Clube Carvoeiro community Casa Flores is within easy walking distance of the shops, restaurants and bars in Monte Carvoeiro. It is 2 kilometres to the village of Carvoeiro, with its sandy cove, blue waters and beach cafes.
The beautiful Praia Grande beach at Ferragudo and the popular Splash and Slide Water Park at Lagoa are only a ten minute drive from the villa. The famous Gramacho Pestana Golf Resort offers world class facilities and is located just three kilometres from the villa.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||2 km|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Faro 65 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Private outdoor pool (heated), DVD player|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (heated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Telephone|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Cots (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (heated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors||
A mixture of traditional, Portuguese and modern furnishings give this superior villa a stylish atmosphere. It has a very large living room with a wall of patio doors leading to the garden and a raised dining area. The separate kitchen has been decorated with colourful, local tiles and is well equipped for a self catering holiday.
Villa Flores has three bedrooms with fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has a double bed, patio doors to a terrace and an en-suite bathroom with a bath and a walk-in shower. There are two further bedrooms with double beds which share a full bathroom. The bedrooms have air conditioning.
|Further details outdoors||
A large, shaded terrace, outside the living room, has a patio dining table and chairs. This area overlooks the garden and leads around the villa to an 8x6 metre swimming pool, which is entered by ladder steps or small diving board. There is further patio furniture, sun beds and a barbecue and for extra convenience there's a toilet, accessed from the terrace. A roof terrace is accessed by an external, spiral staircase.
Complimentary welcome pack on arrival.
There is a mid week towel change and for guests staying longer than one week there is a weekly maid and linen change.
The swimming pool can be heated at an extra cost, please contact Premier Holidays for cost which is paid locally.
A telephone is available for use and will be charged locally.
Electric under floor heating is available for the cooler months at an extra cost which is payable locally.
For guests arriving after 10 p.m. there is a €25 charge to be paid locally.
The Algarve region
Throughout the Algarve, old traditions mingle with more cosmopolitan ways of life in a landscape of outstanding natural beauty. A land of contrasts, of sheer cliffs and rolling hills and beautiful beaches. There are vast stretches of fine golden sand, extensive dunes and sandy coves backed by spectacular cliffs and rock formations all along the Algarve coast. The Algarve has much to offer the discerning traveller and there is sure to be an Algarve holiday villa to suit your particular tastes and holiday plans.
For those looking for activity holidays, the Algarve is one of Europe’s premier golfing destinations whilst the tennis schools offer fantastic facilities. Water sports are second to none with waterskiing, scuba-diving, big game fishing and dolphin spotting trips available at most beach resorts.
Accommodation ranges from large luxury holiday villas in Vale do Lobo, complete with private pools to smart apartments and townhouses and more modest, rustic cottages. There is something to suit everyone's tastes and needs whether you prefer to be close to the beach, in luxury golf resorts or nestled in rolling countryside or traditional villages.
Getting around the Algarve is relatively easy with an excellent road system following the coast and, for those who do not have a car, public transport is available. With everything so accessible, even the villas some distance inland can be just a few minutes’ drive from the nearest towns and beaches. Portugal is famous for its port and also produces excellent wine which is not often found beyond its shores. There is a wonderful selection of cosmopolitan restaurants, more modest eateries and bustling cafes offering mouth-watering local dishes, fresh fish, and spicy piri-piri, along with flavours and cuisine from around the world. Holiday makers considering renting a villa in the Algarve are assured that there is truly something for everyone.
This villa is well positioned in the popular resort of Carvoeiro Clube, with its fabulous tennis facilities. The surrounding countryside is a beautiful area of citrus groves and vineyards. It is ideally located for exploring the beautiful Algarve and it is only a twenty minute walk downhill to the cosmopolitan, village of Carvoeiro with a picturesque cove beach, bars and restaurants, offering traditional and international cuisine is a short drive away.
Carvoeiro is particularly well known for its beaches. The rocky coastline has been eroded over time into a series of stunning, sandy coves. They are breathtakingly beautiful but need to be accessed with care and sensible footwear. Many of the beaches also have snack bars for a drink or light lunch.
Over to the west, where the calm waters of the River Arade meet the sea and separate Carvoeiro from Portimao is Ferragudo. This is a resort in its own right, about 4 kilometres from the centre of Carvoeiro and offers a wide range of watersports. Between here and the town are many smaller coves, accessible only on foot or by boat. Currais, Lapa and Paraiso are close to the town and within easy reach of Clube Carvoeiro.
On the Eastern side of town, some of the beaches have been a little more developed, mainly by hotels, and Almanzor and Centiannes are definitely worth a visit. Beyond Rocha Brava and the Farol lighthouse is Smuggler's beach, also known as Carvalho, which is reached by a cliff path that cuts through the rock in a series of tunnels. Further east is Benagil beach and the stunning Marinha beach, with its distinctive rock stacks. Both of these beaches have snack bars. As in most of the Algarve, golf courses abound in this area.
The Carvoeiro Country Club centres around the Grammacho and Pinta courses near to Lagoa, as well as Vale do Milho, a challenging 9-hole course with a great clubhouse. There are tennis centres in Clube Carvoeiro and Rocha Brava and a riding centre and watersports at Ferragudo to the west. Waterparks are popular in the Algarve, the nearest is Slide and Splash, a smaller park between Lagoa and the Country Club. Several other parks are along the EN 125 heading towards Faro. Also worth a visit is the Zoo-Marine park, which is located just west of Guia. It has rides, animal shows and the opportunity to swim with dolphins.
There are several boat trips available in the Carvoeiro area, exploring the fantastic coastline and stopping at exotic beaches. Perhaps the most memorable day out and under sail is aboard Santa Bernada - a replica caravelle, which departs from the old sardine pier in Portimao on weekdays.
*3 km to the nearest Golf Course
*2 km to Carvoeiro Centre and town beach
*20 km to Zoomarine Theme Park
*45 km to Lagos Zoo
*7.20 km to Splash and Slide Water Park
*5.40 km to Ferragudo