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This delightful holiday villa is situated in quiet, rural surroundings just a short distance from the traditional small fishing village of Salema which is renowned for its superb bathing bay. There are tennis and golf facilities at the nearby Parque da Floresta resort
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Salema 1.5 km
Salema 1.5 km
Lagos 18.0 km
Salema 1.5 km
Parque de Floresta 2.0 km
110.0 km from Faro
The villa is set within a private and secluded plot in Western Algarve, surrounded by countryside, with just a few neighbouring properties. The small traditional fishing village of Salema is only 1.5km away; the village has a lovely bay which is suitable for bathing, as well as a choice of local amenities. Tennis and golf are available at the Parque da Floresta resort just 2km away and the historic town of Lagos is 18km away.
There are always a few colourful boats pulled up on the shore at Salema beside the stretch of golden sand; a beach-side restaurant serving delicious seafood is open in summer and provides the beach with a lifeguard and flag warning system. Away from the beach, the old town is a traditional white-washed, sleepy maze of cobbled streets.
The nearby Parque da Floresta Golf and Leisure Resort is situated on the boundaries of the Costa Vicentina Nature Reserve, a huge area of unspoilt countryside recognised as a place of special environmental and ecological importance. Located halfway between the cities of Lagos and Sagres, in the unspoilt western Algarve, the resort has an 18-hole, par 71 championship golf course and a leading Golf Academy.
The ancient harbour town of Lagos, about 18km away is the third largest town in the Algarve, and was its capital between 1576 and 1756. It has some gorgeous, sandy beaches and a fabulous new marina welcoming yachts and boats sailing in from the Atlantic. South of the town is the beautiful Ponte da Piedade, a natural rock formation hollowed out by the sea to produce oddly shaped cliffs and huge jutting rocks standing alone in the sea, which can be viewed by boat. There’s also plenty of history and culture to discover within the town; with churches, 17th century forts and old defences. Yet, Lagos is also a modern town with plenty of restaurants, markets, shops and a buzzing nightlife in its bars and clubs.
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