Europe's Most Desirable Destination
The beautiful southern coastline of Portugal offers stunning beaches ranging from secluded sandy coves to scenic sweeping bays, picturesque fishing towns and an enviable climate enjoying over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year.
The Algarve, known for its long hot summers and mild winters, is host to a superb choice of championship golf courses, considered by many to be amongst the very best in the world.
The historic towns that punctuate the region offer plenty of activities for visitors, with buzzing nightlife and restaurants serving mouthwatering seafood dishes, to family friendly fun in a safe and comfortable hassle-free destination.
less than 10 MINUTES
One of the finest destinations in the Algarve, the historic town of Alvor is delightful with it's traditional Portuguese appearance, narrow cobbled streets and fishing boats pulled up along the banks of the river.
While Alvor may be relatively small, it contains a surprisingly large selection of restaurants, shops and late-night bars, all of which are found within it's pretty historic centre.
Alvor has a calm and welcoming ambience, and is a favourite with families during summer, and retirees outside of the peak months.
The town lies on the banks of the Alvor Estuary, overlooking the protected marshlands of Ria de Alvor Nature Reserve, while to the south is the Praia do Alvor, one of the largest sandy beaches of the Algarve.
Penina Golf Resort
A FEW MINUTEs WALK
Located in the Western Algarve, the area of Penina is widely renowned as the true home of Portuguese golf.
The Penina Hotel & Golf Resort is the only resort to offer three golf courses and is home to the first 18-hole course to be built in the Algarve.
The Championship Course, designed by Sir Henry Cotton is known for some of the finest and most challenging golf in the world and has hosted a variety of prestigious tournaments including 10 Portuguese Opens.
The award winning Penina Golf Resort, set in a stunning 360 acre estate, is just a short walk and an even shorter golf-cart ride away from your luxury apartment at The Links.
LESS THAN 15 Minutes
The largest city in the Western Algarve was once home to shipbuilding and fish processing industries, but today, most of that industry has been replaced by tourism, leisure, and retail, leaving Portimão as a largely residential city.
Pleasant pedestrian streets offer extensive shopping opportunities, a series of historic buildings, and a varied selection of cafes, bars, and restaurants to explore.
The city’s old and once bustling fishing docks have been responsibly transformed into a scenic promenade, while it's marina is considered one of the safest harbours in Portugal gaining a reputation as the preferential place to berth superyachts.
Near to Everything
0.7 km / 0.4 miles
Praia de Alvor
10 - 15 mins
6 km / 3.7 miles
1 km / 0.6 miles
45 - 55 mins
69 km / 43 miles
Marina de Portimão
8 km / 5 miles
Portimão & Alvor
3.2 km / 2 miles