Bungalow 35, Vilamoura
Bungalow | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Bungalow for up to 6 guests, located in a pine trees zone at 50 meters from entrance of Oceanico Old Course Golf Vilamoura. Very quiet zone, with parking space and many trees.
Bungalow has 1 small bedroom with a couple bed, 1 bedroom with 2 single beds and 1 small bedroom with a bunk bed. It has 2 bathrooms (1 complete and 1 small). It has one small but complete kitchen with washing machine and a living room which leads out to a terrace and to a private small garden.
Golf at 50 meters, swiming pools+restaurants+coffee shops+sports leisure center within 2 to 8 minutes walk.
Falesia Beach at 6 minutes by bike, and 7 minutes bike to Vilamoura Centre for shopping, pharmacy, restaurants, rent a car, and to Marina (sailing, motor boats, tennis). Water Fun Park at 5 km, Shopping Center Guia and Zoomarine Park at 10 km.
Faro (capital of Algarve and International Airport) at 23 km and Oura/Albufeira (night life) at 18 km.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Falesia 4 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Faro 22 km, Nearest railway: Loulé 14 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
The Algarve region
Located in the southwest part of Europe, approximately 100 miles from northern Africa, the Algarve has the privilege of having the best beaches in Europe. Because of this location, the Algarve has warm temperatures and nice weather almost all year.
The Algarve has an impressive 54 beaches flying the Blue Flag, the international standard. This is a Europe-wide scheme which indicates that a beach or Marina has attained the highest standards of safety, cleanliness and water quality among many other requisites.
The Algarve has a southern and a western coast facing the Atlantic Ocean. On the west coast the ocean is rougher and the landscape is still very natural, with few buildings. This coast is part of the "Costa Vicentina" Natural Park and its beaches possess a rugged romanticism, of which Arrifana beach is a fine example, being opposite a large cliff with a fantastic view over the ocean. It is also popular with surfers and international competitions are held each year bring ing the cream of the world's surfers to the region.
n the southwestern area of the Algarve is Lagos with its small pretty beaches and rock stacks towering up from the sea just off the beaches.
The beaches of the south coast have calmer and warmer water than those to the west, and are therefore more popular tourist destinations. The area of Albufeira is the most crowded place of Algarve as it has beautiful, easily-accessible beaches; some are small while others are very long, such as the famous Falesia beach.
The Algarve even has beaches that allow you to soak up the sun while being surrounded by nature. Half-way between Vilamoura and Faro, in the central south coast of Algarve, you have long white-sand beaches, which are part of the Ria Formosa Natural Park. Here, in the middle of untouched nature, you have quiet, uncrowded beaches, some of which are accessible only on foot. These beaches are not crowded and for some you have to walk a few steps to get there, but it is well worth the small effort.
Particularly in the summer, the beaches of the Algarve become a hub of entertainment with events such as international beach volleyball championships, surfing competitions, beach libraries and workshops teaching us about how we can help to preserve the beauty of our beaches for generations to come. If you thought that beaches were just for getting a tan, then think again!
The Algarve is in the south of Portugal and is widely known for its holiday sun and the ideal place to go for your holiday. However the Algarve is a very interesting area and there are many facts you may not know about, which can really help you to enjoy the full offering of an Algarve Holiday. The coast of the Algarve which is sat on the Atlantic, not Mediterranean, is only 155 kilometres long, yet boasts over 100 beaches and each beach having its own unique rock formations and coves cut out of the Algarve Coast.
Although the Algarve is not on the Med, but the Atlantic Ocean, it is on the southern tip of Europe and warm breezes and water currents from Africa make the climate as close to Mediterranean, as you can get, but at the same time uniquely Algarve. When you holiday in the Algarve you will find warm daytime temperatures and cool evenings, not cold, but not humid and sticky like in the Mediterranean.
If you have visited the Algarve before you will know that around 4pm on most summer days a gentle cooling breeze, comes across the Algarve droppong the temperature gradually, so you can sleep and not sweat, like in a Mediterranean area. If you live in the Algarve, you know that the weather really never gets cold, even in Winter average daily temperatures are mid teens to low 20 degrees.
The safe beaches and wonderful climate make the Algarve a perfect holiday destination. Along with the low crime rate and the friendly people, it makes for a top family holiday destination. The accommodation is generally of a high standard and it is always best to book your holiday with a well established accommodation company, who are based in the Algarve, so you can talk with them during your holiday should you have any questions.
Vilamoura is the name given to an area rather than to any actual town. It is outstanding in that it is one of the largest single tourist complex in Europe and covers some 2.000 hectares of land.
The land is variable in its vegetation, some parts covered in pine forests whilst others open recovered marshland. The company that owns this complex is extremely environmentally conscious and has made every effort is being made to protect nature within its continued planned development.
Due to the size of the resort area it offers the visitor nearly every form of sport and entertainment. On the southern border is a long sandy beach swept by the Atlantic Ocean.
Amongst the many attractions and facilities there are six different Golf Courses, a large Marina, a Lawn Bowling Club with two grass Rinks, a Tennis Centre, a Sports Club, a Shooting Club, 5 Star and 4 Star Hotels, Tourist Apartments, self-catering Villas, Night Clubs, an International Casino with glamorous shows, a Cinema, and an excellent Riding School.
Within the centre of Vilamoura there is a preserved Roman Site and Museum of Cerro da Vila providing an interesting glimpse into the past of the area. In Roman times this location was important in producing a fish paste known as "garum". The ruins also include the baths in which the mariners used to bathe.
As a location specifically designed for tourism it has proved to be a very successful holiday destination for all ages due to the variety of facilities that it provides to holidaymakers.
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