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Pientalo, jonka majoittaja on Joao & Viktorija
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The Algarve has more than 100 beaches along its 200-kilometer (124 miles) coastline, many of them usually deserted.
Come explore this beautiful coast side of Portugal.

Tila
• Very nice new apartment equipped, in very quiet area, great for summer holiday near the beaches of Rocha and Alvor and Vau also a great base for winter as a starting point for visiting all that is beautiful and wonderful the Algarve can offer. Equipped with kitchen and two bathroom crockery for 8 people

• Come meet Portimão and discover a city full of emotions, fun and culture. The Museum was awarded by the European Council at the 10th edition of the international forum "The Best in Heritage".

• Portimão is synonymous with fine golden sand beaches, for the whole family. Old fishing port (the Romans already used its natural Bay), Portimão has developed in recent decades, like the rest of the Algarve, as a tourist centre and a popular holiday destination due in particular to the famous beach - Praia da Rocha, a series of beautiful golden beaches and calm turquoise waters, small bays and rocks whimsical and also the Alvor, an ancient fishing village of beautiful beaches of golden sand and blue sea, which dates back to the time of the Romans and the Arabs and that with its typical white houses, worth a visit, even in low season, where small bars and restaurants entered in local architecture offer an interesting alternative.

• Portimão is also ideal for those who like fishing for large fish (such as the swordfish), but other sports like jetski, sailing, windsurfing and diving receive support along the coast. The nights in Portimão are quite lively, with bars and discos for all bags, both in Praia da Rocha and Alvor. If you like strong emotions, you can try your luck at the casino. You can see all these things having a good time to Just Relax ...!

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• The southern most region of Portugal, the Algarve has a reputation for being a retirement home for wealthy British pensioners.While this is partly the case, the Algarve has moved into the 21st century with a more varied outlook on tourism.
• Thanks to golf-mad Brit retirees, the region has become a serious golfing destination, winning awards as Europe's best place to swing a club.But this delightful area with southern and western Atlantic coasts, and more than 300 warm to hot sunny days each year, has more to offer than the most maddening game ever invented.The regionOn land there's motor racing, tennis, athletics and skydiving.
• Many of Europe's top soccer teams stay in the Algarve for pre-season training.When I stayed at the Hotel Quinta do Lago, the Libyan national soccer team was there preparing for a friendly match. OK, they're not Barcelona or Manchester United, but the Libyan team proves the area's worth on the national football circuit.
• There are more than 100 beaches along the 200-kilometer coastline and a plethora of luxury spas.Local heritage reflects the various peoples who have inhabited the Algarve -- Arabs, Romans, Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Celts.
• The Algarve also has a reputation for some of the best seafood in the world, reflected in the excellent restaurants in the region, which has the highest number of Michelin stars in (website hidden)'s also a place for environmental tourism, centred around the Ria Formosa Nature Reserve, with its 60 kilometers (37 miles) of islands and channels creating a birdwatchers' paradise.
• For a completely back to nature eco-tourist vacation, you can get away from modern civilization and backpack along the Via Algarviana.The 300-kilometer (186 miles) footpath begins in Alcoutim near the Spanish border and ends at Cabo de São Vicente, where the southern and western Algarve coasts meet. The path travels through towns that still live according to the traditions of the rural world.You can pitch your tent wherever you want or stay in local tavernas.
• There's plenty of nightlife, especially in Vilamoura, the largest resort town in Europe, and Faro, the region's capital.
• FoodCaught daily in the Atlantic, crab, clams, king prawns, sea bass, sea bream, cod and other ocean delicacies are guaranteed to be superb.Reflecting the region's Moorish heritage (five centuries of Islamic occupation), Moroccan restaurants serve chicken couscous and traditional lamb tajine.
• There are restaurants for every budget, from fast food to Japanese and, of course, (website hidden) Dunas, Martinhal Resort: At the excellent As Dunas restaurant at the Martinhal Resort in Sagre, two people can have a lovely dinner including wine for less than €40 (US$52).Seafood, fresh fish and traditional Algarvean dishes adorn the menu; set among the sand dunes of Martinhal beach, the location is superb.Martinhal Beach Resort and Hotel, Quinta do Martinhal, Sagres; (phone number hidden);(website hidden)
• La Bella Vita: This Italian restaurant does the usual pizza/pasta along with more elbarorate dishes, like scallops with king prawns and rice. Ravioli and dishes featuring truffles are also a speciality.Algarve Club Atlântico, 20 Alfanzina, Carvoeir(phone number hidden); (website hidden)
• Costa: With panoramic views across the Ria Formosa lagoon and close to the Algarvean capital Faro, O Costa serves a mix of traditional Portuguese, Spanish and other Mediterranean recipes.A great selection of tapas is available.Avenida Nascente, Praia da Faro, Far(phone number hidden); (website hidden)
• ActivitiesFrom Onyria Palmares in the west through the five superb courses at Vilamoura, San Lorenzo and the Laranjal course at Quinta do Lago, to Monte Rei in the east (where you can see Spain from the fairways), there are more than 30 championship courses in the region.
• For details go to (website hidden).Surfing/kite-surfing: Nowhere else in Europe offers year-round great surfing waves in the morning and steady kite-surfing winds in the afternoon like the southwest tip of the Algarve, between Cabo de Sao Vincente and Sagres.
• For details on all watersports available in the Algarve go to www.algarve-(email hidden)iling: With the Portuguese history of seafaring and seven marinas along its southern Atlantic coast it's no surprise that the Algarve has sailing in its blood.
• Bring your yacht, hire one or just take a pleasure boat cruise along the 200 kilometer (website hidden) and water sports: Other water sports include kayaking, deep sea fishing, swimming, snorkeling and scuba (website hidden) sports include ample tennis courts, motor racing at more than 300 kph (185 mph) on the Algarve racetrak, skydiving or soccer at a variety of sports complexes, horseback riding at the Vilamoura equestrian center, mountain biking or trekking through the Algarve mountains and ordinary road cycling.
• Culture: Various peoples have inhabited the Algarve -- Arabs (five centuries of Islamic occupation), Romans, Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Celts.The Algarve is home to 13th-century castles, 16th-century churches, modern museums, local arts and crafts, markets and music, from old folk through new wave.
• Nature: From stunning Cabo de Sao Vicente, where the west and south Algarve coasts meet, to the Reserva Natural do Sapal de Castro Marim in the east on the Spanish border (and home to one of the largest flamingo habitats in Europe), the Algarve is awash with nature reserves.The most beautiful is the Parque Natural de Ria Formosa around the region's capital Faro. You can leave civilization behind and rucksack along the 300-kilometer (186 mile) Via Algarviana, a great way to take in the Algarve's natural beauty.
• Spa: Here SPA means Sanus Per Algarve ("Health through Algarve") and spa lovers can indulge in aromatherapy, thalassotherapy, sports and therapeutic massages, hot stone therapies, reflexology, yoga or reiki.You can also visit Caldas de Monchique, a natural spa since Roman times when it was known as Aguas Sagradas (Sacred Waters).Beach: The Algarve has more than 100 beaches along its 200-kilometer (124 miles) coastline, many of them usually deserted.


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The Algarve has more than 100 beaches along its 200-kilometer (124 miles) coastline, many of them usually deserted.
Come explore this beautiful coast side of Portugal.

Tila
• Very nice new apartment equipped, in very quiet area, great for summer holiday near the beaches of Rocha and Alvor and Vau also a great base for winter as a starting point for visiting all that is beautiful and wonder…

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• The southern most region of Portugal, the Algarve has a reputation for being a retirement home for wealthy British pensioners.While this is partly the case, the Algarve has moved into the 21st century with a more varied outlook on tourism.
• Thanks to golf-mad Brit retirees, the region has become a serious golfing destination, winning awards as Europe's best place to swing a club.But this delightful area with southern and western Atlantic coasts, and more than 300 warm to hot sunny days each year, has more to offer than the most maddening game ever invented.The regionOn land there's motor racing, tennis, athletics and skydiving.
• Many of Europe's top soccer teams stay in the Algarve for pre-season training.When I stayed at the Hotel Quinta do Lago, the Libyan national soccer team was there preparing for a friendly match. OK, they're not Barcelona or Manchester United, but the Libyan team proves the area's worth on the national football circuit.
• There are more than 100 beaches along the 200-kilometer coastline and a plethora of luxury spas.Local heritage reflects the various peoples who have inhabited the Algarve -- Arabs, Romans, Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Celts.
• The Algarve also has a reputation for some of the best seafood in the world, reflected in the excellent restaurants in the region, which has the highest number of Michelin stars in (website hidden)'s also a place for environmental tourism, centred around the Ria Formosa Nature Reserve, with its 60 kilometers (37 miles) of islands and channels creating a birdwatchers' paradise.
• For a completely back to nature eco-tourist vacation, you can get away from modern civilization and backpack along the Via Algarviana.The 300-kilometer (186 miles) footpath begins in Alcoutim near the Spanish border and ends at Cabo de São Vicente, where the southern and western Algarve coasts meet. The path travels through towns that still live according to the traditions of the rural world.You can pitch your tent wherever you want or stay in local tavernas.
• There's plenty of nightlife, especially in Vilamoura, the largest resort town in Europe, and Faro, the region's capital.
• FoodCaught daily in the Atlantic, crab, clams, king prawns, sea bass, sea bream, cod and other ocean delicacies are guaranteed to be superb.Reflecting the region's Moorish heritage (five centuries of Islamic occupation), Moroccan restaurants serve chicken couscous and traditional lamb tajine.
• There are restaurants for every budget, from fast food to Japanese and, of course, (website hidden) Dunas, Martinhal Resort: At the excellent As Dunas restaurant at the Martinhal Resort in Sagre, two people can have a lovely dinner including wine for less than €40 (US$52).Seafood, fresh fish and traditional Algarvean dishes adorn the menu; set among the sand dunes of Martinhal beach, the location is superb.Martinhal Beach Resort and Hotel, Quinta do Martinhal, Sagres; (phone number hidden);(website hidden)
• La Bella Vita: This Italian restaurant does the usual pizza/pasta along with more elbarorate dishes, like scallops with king prawns and rice. Ravioli and dishes featuring truffles are also a speciality.Algarve Club Atlântico, 20 Alfanzina, Carvoeir(phone number hidden); (website hidden)
• Costa: With panoramic views across the Ria Formosa lagoon and close to the Algarvean capital Faro, O Costa serves a mix of traditional Portuguese, Spanish and other Mediterranean recipes.A great selection of tapas is available.Avenida Nascente, Praia da Faro, Far(phone number hidden); (website hidden)
• ActivitiesFrom Onyria Palmares in the west through the five superb courses at Vilamoura, San Lorenzo and the Laranjal course at Quinta do Lago, to Monte Rei in the east (where you can see Spain from the fairways), there are more than 30 championship courses in the region.
• For details go to (website hidden).Surfing/kite-surfing: Nowhere else in Europe offers year-round great surfing waves in the morning and steady kite-surfing winds in the afternoon like the southwest tip of the Algarve, between Cabo de Sao Vincente and Sagres.
• For details on all watersports available in the Algarve go to www.algarve-(email hidden)iling: With the Portuguese history of seafaring and seven marinas along its southern Atlantic coast it's no surprise that the Algarve has sailing in its blood.
• Bring your yacht, hire one or just take a pleasure boat cruise along the 200 kilometer (website hidden) and water sports: Other water sports include kayaking, deep sea fishing, swimming, snorkeling and scuba (website hidden) sports include ample tennis courts, motor racing at more than 300 kph (185 mph) on the Algarve racetrak, skydiving or soccer at a variety of sports complexes, horseback riding at the Vilamoura equestrian center, mountain biking or trekking through the Algarve mountains and ordinary road cycling.
• Culture: Various peoples have inhabited the Algarve -- Arabs (five centuries of Islamic occupation), Romans, Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Celts.The Algarve is home to 13th-century castles, 16th-century churches, modern museums, local arts and crafts, markets and music, from old folk through new wave.
• Nature: From stunning Cabo de Sao Vicente, where the west and south Algarve coasts meet, to the Reserva Natural do Sapal de Castro Marim in the east on the Spanish border (and home to one of the largest flamingo habitats in Europe), the Algarve is awash with nature reserves.The most beautiful is the Parque Natural de Ria Formosa around the region's capital Faro. You can leave civilization behind and rucksack along the 300-kilometer (186 mile) Via Algarviana, a great way to take in the Algarve's natural beauty.
• Spa: Here SPA means Sanus Per Algarve ("Health through Algarve") and spa lovers can indulge in aromatherapy, thalassotherapy, sports and therapeutic massages, hot stone therapies, reflexology, yoga or reiki.You can also visit Caldas de Monchique, a natural spa since Roman times when it was known as Aguas Sagradas (Sacred Waters).Beach: The Algarve has more than 100 beaches along its 200-kilometer (124 miles) coastline, many of them usually deserted.


Enjoy the stay :D
• The southern most region of Portugal, the Algarve has a reputation for being a retirement home for wealthy British pensioners.While this is partly the case, the Algarve has moved into the 21st century with a…

Majoittaja: Joao & Viktorija

Liittyi huhtikuu 2014
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Easy going couple, living together with our 2 young beautiful girls. We can offer you information regarding tourism, Top restaurants when it comes to quality food for a decent price, Top local bars and clubs, nearest beach, parties & fairs, Golf courses, waterparks, natural springs, Karting, Mountain Biking, Hiking trails, Surfing etc...
Easy going couple, living together with our 2 young beautiful girls. We can offer you information regarding tourism, Top restaurants when it comes to quality food for a decent pric…
  • Kielet: English, Português
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