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With wonderful views towards magnificent Meia Praia beach, this 6 bedroomed villa is within walking distance of both the beach and Lagos Marina with its many shops, bars and restaurants.
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85.0 km from Faro
Quinta Adelina is positioned looking down over Meia Praia beach - a sublime 7km stretch of sand between Lagos and Alvor. The beach itelf can be strolled to in around 15 minutes using a shortcut. The villa is also around a 15 minute stroll from Lagos Marina, with easy access to the main town across the water. The marina itself bustles with yachts and cruisers and has an array of waterfront shops and restaurants. For those seeking an active holiday, there are tennis courts, mini-golf and horse riding nearby as well as the water sports on offer along the coastline, including windsurfing, water skiing and diving.
All along the Algarve coast there are beautiful sandy beaches, from Alvor in the east to Praia da Luz in the west. The nearest beach is the beautiful Meia Praia, a 4km long stretch of fine white sand lined with beach bars and restaurants. This area of the Algarve has a record number of beaches which have been awarded the ‘Blue Flag’ for cleanliness. The bay at Praia da Luz is considered to be one of the Algarve’s finest beaches with its fine white sands and warm turquoise water. Popular with families because of its gently sloping nature, it is well served by a few beachside cafes and a variety of water sports are on offer in summer. Its colourful sandstone cliffs provide beautiful cliff-top walks and at one end are the locally renowned ‘rocha negra’ or black rocks; evidence of ancient volcanic activity.
Lagos is a historic maritime city, Vasco da Gama having set sail from here in 1499. The main square, Praca da Republica is a great place to relax with a cup of coffee and watch the world go by, and there is a good selection of restaurants and shops along its pedestrianised main street. The city has a stylish marina and a working harbour where fisherman still bring in their hauls. Street entertainers add to the lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere. The town buzzes with life at night, with countless bars offering speciality cocktails. If you are looking for holiday souvenirs, there are numerous boutiques selling wickerwork, jewellery and leather goods. There are plenty of sites of historic interest including the governor’s castle and the Church of St. Sebastian, and on a less savoury note, the city was home to some of the earliest slave markets.
Families with children may enjoy a day out at Lagos Zoo which is set in lovely landscaped gardens with exotic animals and plants, or the Slide and Splash water park near Lagoa. Golfing enthusiasts are spoilt for choice in the Algarve but the nearest course is the eighteen hole Palmares Golf at Lagos which has splendid views over the coast.
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