You have a private entrance and full access to the villa during your stay. No one will enter without your knowledge.
The villa is located in a peaceful village on the Algarvean countryside, close to the town of Alte and Benafim, where you can find every facility you need for your stay.
Throughout these historical portuguese villages, you will find charming cobble-stone streets with plenty of restaurants where you can enjoy genuine portuguese cuisine, great views, and outdoor servings in the Algarvean sun.
The nearby area is surrounded by green nature, with natural parks, springs, vineyards, and a waterfall, all within a 15 minute drive.
For a more in-touch with nature approach, we recommend hiking or bicycling.
We can also assist you with all information about car rentals and offer you our trusted partners so you can rent quality vehicles with excellent service, for a good price.
The only thing you need is a code provided by us after the reservation is concluded.
Why is Portugal such a beautiful country and place to live in? Why is it so special to us?
There are so many answers to those questions.... so many reasons to visit, enjoy, experience and share... We give you some of them, to begin with in writing. If you want to experience Algarve IRL - ask us and we will be happy to help!
Portugal is peaceful. You see the solitude and peace of the Ocean and countryside and of many territories like Algarve, Alentejo, Sintra, Douro, Geres and many many other beautiful regions.
The main thing about Portugal is that there is no need to constantly fill your life with something, there is no want to feel the “buzz” around you. It is a country for peace, for quietness and reflection, and this is translated into the wines, food, coffee breaks, hikings, natural adventures, stunnig views that take your breath away and SO MUCH MORE. In Algarve for example nothing is rushed, everything takes its time. There is time to breath and its natural! People have time to seek, to experiment, to enjoy.
What is especially nice about travelling in Algarve region is that all the crowds you usually encounter in other regions in Europe are abscent and this is worth GOLD! At least for now, while Portugal is still a relatively under the radar country. Many europeans haven´t really discovered Portugal - yet.
In the summer it is lovely, hot and dry and a recommendable time to visit all the hundreds of beaches. But if you want energize yourself for seeing wide parts of the country aim for all months except June, July and August. Aim for the sweet spot between April and June, or join in on the festivities of the harvest and green Algarve in October to March.
In autumn and winter, there can be a bit of rain, and then the Algarve looks like " swedish green summer" The landscape gets so much character and charm. There is a big upside though to winter traveling through Algarve and other parts of Portugal. You will most probably be the only foreigner around. Somewhat of a dream if you ask us.