Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
New villa, debut, holiday, 3 floors, with 3 bedrooms, fireplace, central heating, air conditioning in the room, alarm, barbecue, parking in garage with automatic entry, garden and private pool with fantastic views of the interior Algarve, situated in very quiet area, 4 km from the town of Loulé and 15 km from Vilamoura.
Maximum capacity for 6 people.
3 bedrooms with double beds, one of which is ensuite. Two of the bedrooms are located on the 1st floor.
2 Bathrooms: 1 with bath (suite) and a shower room.
Fully equipped kitchen with electric stove and oven, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, coffee bag, dishwasher, blender and kettle, table and chairs for meals and support for direct access to the outside.
Living room with fireplace, air conditioning, 1 sofa, 3 armchairs, TV with 4 channels national and dining area with table, chairs and benches for support.
Laundry room in the garage with washing machine, ironing board and iron.
Storage Room on the 1st floor
Air conditioning in the room
Swimming pool and outdoor shower
Several outdoor furniture and supportive to the pool table, chairs and loungers.
Beaches: 15 km
Golf: 15 km
Airport: 26 km - Faro International Airport
Restaurant: 4 km
Supermarket: 4 km
Nightlife: 4 km
Vilamoura Marina: 15 km
Pharmacy: 4 km
Health Centre / Hospital: 4 km
City / locations: 4 km - Loulé | 15 km - Vilamoura | 21 km - Albufeira
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Faro 25 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
The Algarve region
Gaily painted boats in fishing ports gracefully bob up and down. Sparkling white-washed houses with distinctive Moorish chimneys are dotted everywhere. In spring the entire region is carpeted with white almond blossom.
The Algarve has something to offer everyone, tempting golf courses on which international tournaments are played, superb tennis and riding, and every watersport you can think of. There's an excellent choice of holiday apartments and villas, and hotels which also provide first-rate business and conference facilities. Walk through the busy local markets to choose from traditionally- made handicrafts such as matgrass baskets and rugs, beautiful hand-painted pottery and tiles, beaten copperware and intricate bobbin-lace. At night visit one of the many glittering casinos or clubs, or simply sit outside beneath the stars and sample some freshly-caught seafood.
A fishing boat on an algarve beach, South PortugalThere is much, much more to the Algarve than sun and sea. You can discover the remains of Roman towns, admire cool tiled churches and explore narrow winding side streets. Faro, international gateway to the region, offers lively cafes, smart shops, cobblestoned streets and grand houses with wrought-iron balconies. In the Cidade Velha - Old Town - you can browse around the 13th Century Cathedral and Bishop's Palace.
Moving west, the area around Almancil is best known for its prestigious holiday resorts. The tiny Sao Lourenco Church in the village, with its spectacular Baroque tiled ceiling, is thought to be one of the finest in Portugal. At the popular resort of Albufeira you can still see fishermen sitting on the beach beside their colourful boats mending nets. Inland lies Lagoa - famous for its wines, Silves - with its red sandstone castle and battlements standing proudly against a background of mountains, and Caldas de Monchique - a quaint Roman spa town. Lagos, on the coast, was one of the earliest settlements where Prince Henry the Navigator built his ships for the voyages of discovery. Further west lies the dramatic windswept promontory of Sagres - known for its fort, now an emblematic and cultural place, and for being the departure point of Portuguese navigators - and of Cabo de Sao Vicente, once thought, as it stood on the very edge of the world, to be a meeting place of the gods.
To the east of Faro stretches the Ria Formosa, a nature reserve with a peaceful bird sanctuary. The beaches along this part of the coast are flatter, wider and more deserted. Olhao is a 17th Century town built in Moorish style and known for its lively indoor fish market. Further east is one of the Algarve's most elegant towns: Tavira. With its pastel-coloured houses reflected in the gliding river, minature domes, ornate belltowers, low bridges and twisting streets, Tavira has a charming, almost oriental flavour. For a wealth of sports, night-life, beautiful scenery and glorious sunshine throughout the year, the Algarve cannot be beaten.
Loulé is a Portuguese city in the district of Faro, Algarve region. The largest municipality in the Algarve region, bordered on the south by the Atlantic Ocean extends north to the Sierra Cauldron, geographical condition that lends an interesting variety of climates.
Consisting of eleven parishes, enjoys a prime location in the center of the Algarve, where it stands as an important tourist destination, as the county are some of the most popular places in the country, including Vilamoura marina which features several golf courses , casino, several clubs, tennis club or dive, other leisure facilities and an extensive beach.
On the coast, the city know the county seat and let yourself be transported to remote ages preserved in the historical monuments of its past artistically reproduced also in the emblematic building of the Municipal Market, stroll the streets lined with modern shops or relax on sunny terraces. The interior light memories of cozy villages sheltered by green hills, like Alte, Salir or Querença, where gastronomy, folklore, crafts, typical constructions, agricultural techniques, religious festivals and popular music, featuring the genuineness of mountainous people .
After a day dedicated to the pleasures of sun and sea, or enjoying the fresh air that revitalizes the verdant mountains, the night proves to be a gigantic stage of attractions, with marked place in various environments animation. Throughout the coastal strip, multiply the options for those who choose the largest municipality in the Algarve to share moments of relaxation and let yourself be captivated by a permanent joy. Bars and restaurants with live music, modern disco where the pace is dominated by the latest musical trends, terraces transformed into cozy corners to get the night are the many options available in all cities and villages of the coast of Loulé.
In informal spaces or environments exquisite as the Vilamoura Casino, enjoy a delicious meal to enjoy and let yourself be won over by the irresistible flavors of regional cuisine, surprise yourself with exotic drinks and dance to the tunes of fashion. A fellowship of contrasts enriched by people who make this county an unforgettable place.
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