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Gorgeous beaches, warm water and glorious sunshine year-round: The Algarve find out more here

 

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Featured Property - house divided into apartments, 5 studios, 2 one bedroomed and 2 two bedroomed apartments for 21 guests -Quinta do Monte -Vilamoura

We would like to introduce to this magnificent country estate house set in 4 acres of lush gardens, orange groves and sweeping palms. Just three kilometers from the ocean and the yachting marina and beaches of Vilamoura.

The Quinta affords stunning, vast, panoramic views of the countryside and the ocean. Coming up a charming country lane you enter the main gates into the driveway, past the tennis courts and landscaped gardens featuring several statues and date palms.

The entrance takes you into a comfortable, large and sociable lounge area with French windows leading onto a large sun terrace with stunning views and ideal for sundowners followed by al fresco dining.

Leading off the main lounge are the various studios and apartments. Each are en suite with kitchenette and all have marvellous views. The décor is a mix of modern and Portuguese with terracotta tiled floors, tasteful features, pictures and ornamentation. Imagine yourself as a character in an Agatha Christie…..lots of little stairways and decorated hall.

Left: Enormous pool with sundecks and a very sociable large BBQ area.

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Situated on the extreme South of Portugal, the area still has Moorish traces seen in the unique terraces, chimneys and whitewashed houses

Easily reached by Faro Airport, with summer temperatures reaching as high as 28 to 30 degrees centigrade and winter temperatures only dropping to about 12 degrees centigrade, the area is ideal for playing golf and other sports

Renting a villa in the Algarve is an ideal way to explore the Northern ranges and the long sandy beaches of the Southern Algarve coastline.

Places of Interest

Faro:

The capital of the district, with a medieval wall and a large number of monuments: Cathedral (Romanesque-Gothic origin), Nossa Senhora da Assunção Convent (Renaissance), São Francisco Church (16th-18th centuries). Museums to visit: Infante Dom Henrique, Regional Ethnographic, Ramalho Ortigão and Antoniano (next to Santo António do Alto Chapel). Also worthwhile visiting are the beautiful churches of São Pedro da Misericórdia and Nossa Senhora do Carmo. Roman ruins
of Milreu in the suburbs. 


Lagos:

Enclosed within 15th century walls, with its Manueline window, are the magnificent churches of São Sebastião (Renaissance portals and 17th and 18th century tiles), Santa Maria or Misericórdia (16th-19th centuries), Santo António (Baroque) and the very old São João Chapel (8th-9th centuries). Other points of interest: Regional Museum, Governors’ Palace, Pau da Bandeira Fortress and the old slave market. Charming marina. 


Monchique:

Amongst the beautiful houses on the slope stand the mother-church (Manueline), the Misericórdia Church (with a Baroque retable) and the Senhor do Pé da Cruz Chapel (17th century). Nearby, look for the famous thermal spa of Monchique and Fóia for (902 m high), overlooking the hills and the ocean. 


Olhão:

The square-shaped flat-roofed houses, with their Moorish-style terraces, are this fishing town’s ex-libris. Behind the mother-church (17th century) you will find the Nossa Senhora dos Aflitos Chapel. 


Portimão:

In this fishermen’s town, visit the mother-church (14th century, rebuilt in the 18th century), the Colégio Church (17th century), and the Town Hall. In the suburbs, the renowned Praia da Rocha (with its Santa Catarina de Ribamar Fortress), and the Roman ruins of Abicada. 


Sagres:

It was here that five centuries ago Prince Henry set up a school of navigation, which played a crucial role in the Portuguese Discoveries. Apart from the Nossa Senhora da Graça Chapel, you can visit the magnificent fortress (originally built in the 14th century, and later altered) and the 15th century rosa-dos-ventos (a 43 m-diameter compass card). Nearby, on the extreme southwestern tip of the European continent, is Cabo de São Vicente (Romans’ Promontorium Sacrum), opening on to a vast horizon of sea and sky. 


Silves:

Stones of different times and cultures overlap in this town: the castle and walls are of Arab origin; the Gothic Cathedral (having undergone several restoration works) was built on the site of an ancient mosque; the 12th century bridge was built where formerly stood a Roman bridge. The Cross of Portugal also deserves special mention (16th century religious sculpture), as well as the following examples of Manueline motifs: the Nossa Senhora dos Mártires Chapel and the Misericórdia Church. The Archeology Museum is built around an almost unique Arab water cistern, dating from the Almohad period. 


Tavira:

With its inviting long beaches, typical roofs and chimneys, this picturesque town offers a beautiful view over the Gilão river and its Roman bridge. Churches to visit: Santa Maria do Castelo (13th-18th centuries), Misericórdia (Renaissance), Nossa Senhora das Ondas (17th century), São José (with Gothic and Manueline elements), São Paulo and Carmo (17th-18th-centuries). If you are browsing along the Travessa de Dona Brites, you will see beautiful medieval houses, with Gothic windows and portals. In the suburbs, in the village of Luz there is a Renaissance church, which has been a pilgrimage place for many centuries. 

Kiss FM Algarve radio - This station broadcasts in English and Portuguese 95.8 FM and 101.2 FM in the Algarve areaor on line. Visit website Here

Currency: Euro - (€)

Population 2006: 10,566,212 - Land Area: 92,391 Km2

Electricity Voltage: 230Volts European round 2 prong plug

Telephone Country Code: +351 (Including Azores & Madeira)

Driving: Drive on the RIGHT

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