Holiday apartment for max. 4 persons in the Algarve1/10Portugal’s heavenly coast
Algarve | Ideal for all water babies as these holiday homes and apartments on Portugal’s sunny southern coast are just a few steps from the nearest beach.
Per week from GBP 166show 101 offers
Modern pool villa for ten people in Olhão with en-suite bathrooms and a large roof terrace.2/10White villas
Algarve | Fine sandy beaches and impressive rock formations shape the landscape of Portugal’s southern coast. Here there are elegant villas with white chalked facades and neat gardens.
Per week from GBP 348show 76 offers
Pool villa for 6 people on the Algarve
3/10Here the pool is essential
Portugal | Admittedly the beaches of the Algarve and Co. are beautiful. But with an own pool the vacation is even more perfect: Cool off whenever you want – whether it’s directly after breakfast or in the middle of the night.
Per week from GBP 297show 672 offers
Holiday home for max. 2 adults + 2 children on the Azores4/10Green islands in the ocean
Azores | They are actually part of Portugal but are far away from the European continent situated in the middle of the Atlantic. Discover the unique world of the Azores very authentically in a holiday house on one of the islands.
Per week from GBP 261show 93 offers
Holiday apartment for max. 4 persons in the Lisboa Region5/10The city at the Tejo
Lisbon | Discover Portugal’s capital from a holiday apartment. The beautiful narrow alleys in the historic centre will enthral you and the beaches of the Costa de Lisboa are mostly in close proximity.
Per week from GBP 240show 86 offers
6/10Vacation with your dog
Portugal | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from GBP 236show 587 offers
Apartment for up to four people in the bay of Sao Martinho do Porto on the Costa de Prata.7/10The Atlantic on your doorstep
Costa de Prata | The ideal starting point for getting to know the seafaring nation of Portugal better, as these holiday homes and apartments are a hundred metres from the beach at most.
Per week from GBP 261show 33 offers
8/10The island of flowers
Madeira | From May, a particularly high number of flowers grow and flourish on Madeira, transforming the island into a fabulous sea of blooms.
Per week from GBP 274show 201 offers
Holiday house vacation along Portugal’s south coast
Algarve | The coastal region Algarve is one of Europe’s most popular travel destinations. Wide, flat sandy beaches, beautiful villages and many leisure facilities are some of characteristics for the eastern part of the Algarve coast. This part of the coast, also referred to as Sotavento, stretches from the Spanish border to the main city Faro. The western section is shaped by its impressive cliff coast, idyllic bathing bays and charming beautiful landscape and is situated between Faro and Sagres. This part is also called Barlavento. The windswept Cabo de São Vicente is the south western most point of Europe and was said to be the end of the world until Christoph Columbus discovered America. Behind the coastal area which is also called “Littoral” ascend the peaks and mountains of the Serra de Monchique and the Serra de Calderao. The impressive mountainous backdrop offers lots of room and is ideal for an active holiday. Whether you want to go climbing, mountain biking, hiking or just want to enjoy the panorama with the deep blue ocean – here almost anything is possible and on atraveo you can also find pretty holiday houses in the mountains.
What else you can do around the Algarve? Interesting cities such as Faro, Portimao, Lagos or Tavira are always worth a visit. Besides that the Algarve has probably the world’s greatest density of golf courses that will be very much to the liking of golf enthusiasts. Around the larger cities there are range of leisure facilities including adventure pools, go-cart tracks and miniature golf. In addition to this numerous day trips such as the lighthouse of Cabo de São Vicente will give you lots of entertainment.
So did you get an appetite for a holiday house vacation along the Algarve? Then take some time and have a look through the offers for Portugal’s south coast on atraveo in order to find your perfect holiday home! Just a little tip: In regards to the Algarve atraveo customers especially prefer the areas around Albufeira, Lagos, Carvoeiro, Armacao De Pera, Tavira and Odeceixe.
You should also read our blog on the Algarve.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Carvoeiro
There are restaurants and shops for every taste and during the summer months there is live music on the square. It ...
show more is a perfect place for a family holiday.
From Carvoeiro you have outstanding views of the algarvian coastline and the little fisherboats can take you for a trip to see the beaches and rock formations .
Ferragudo is a small fishing village.
Here you can still watch the fishermen repairing their nets and from the church you can enjoy beautiful views of the marina and Portimão.
You can stroll through the narrow streets or sit in a Café and listen to the live music while having a Café com Leite or a glass of wine .
Here you can find some excellent fishrestaurants .
Ferragudo has a large beach which is perfect for long walks.
The Pestana golf course is only 1,5 km away. The famous water slide park "Slide and Splash" is reachable in 10 minutes by car as well as Zoomarine with its spectacular Dolphin and sealion shows is only 20 minutes distance by car. Try swimming with the dolphins, a very special experience for you and your children.
show more lazing in the sun around Carvoeiro, and other beautiful unspoilt beaches such as Benagil and Marinha are also close by. There are ample shops, a pharmacy, banks, doctors clinic, butchers, bakers and newagents - everything you are likely to need. Good restaurants abound, for all tastes and pockets and there are plenty of friendly bars. Carvoeiro is just 45 minutes from Faro Airport. Carvoeiro has 3 golf courses with a short 9 hole based at Vale De Milho. Vale De Milho means valley of maize, once a vast area of farms, it is now been turned into a charming surburb of Carvoeiro
Where you can enjoy wonderful views of the Atlantic.
The area around Carvoeiro is also well known by golfers.
In the area we find a variety of festive attractions throughout the summer. We have excellent aquatic theme parks Slide & Splash and Zoomarine water park at 12 ...
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Outside Very nice views, walk circuits, school diving swimming, golf courts, tennis. Coast/Beach In Carvoeiro you can find wonderful restaurants, bars and tourist shops. Praia de Alfanzina and Praia de Vale Centianes are spectacular beaches. Golf Golfe Vale de Milho with 9 holes. Many others famous near a few miles/km. Special interest holidays.
show more be hired. This apartment is situated within a few minutes walk of Carvoeiro beach.. Parasio beach is also nearby and is perfect for snorkelling.
There are an abundance of restaurants and cafes to suit all tastes and pockets, shops, banks, mini markets, daily fresh produce market,, post office, chemist, doctors surgeries, taxi rank and bus service. All within walking distance.
It's one claim to fame, historically speaking, is that in 1554 a naval battle took place off Cape Carvoeiro when a ...
show more Portuguese flotilla attacked the Turkish corsair, Xaramet, and destroyed his fleet. Today the most activity you are likely to see is people enjoying the beach and the local fishermen bringing in their catches!
Carvoeiro is very popular for family holidays as there is such a large choice of self-catering accommodation and has all the things you are likely to want in quite a compact area around the town centre. A lot of the accommodation is in new residential areas on the outskirts as the developments have spread, but it is all in keeping - this isn't an area of high rise hotels and apartment blocks.
The centre of Carvoeiro isn't very big and there are just two roads leading down into the town where they meet in a small square behind the beach. There is no parking in the square since it was given a re-vamp in 2009 so be prepared to find parking up one of the side streets away from the centre.
There are plenty of shops in the town for your everyday needs and because they are used to catering for British visitors you will be able to find most of your normal groceries. There is also a big Intermarché on the Lagoa road on the outskirts of Carvoeiro for even more choice.
The town beach, Praia do Carvoeiro is a beautifully sheltered sandy bay and spreads out just in front of the square with cliffs protecting it on either side. There are bars and cafés ideally placed around the square to still enjoy the view when you leave the beach!