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Make a holiday villa in Algarve Clube Atlantico your home away from home

A holiday anywhere along the Algarve strip of southern Portugal is bound to be an unforgettable experience. One of the resort towns found in central Algarve is Carvoeiro, a mere fishing village once upon a time, but now a popular tourist haven with plenty to offer the discerning holidaymaker. What can one expect, to convince them to book a holiday home in Algarve Clube Atlantico or any other part of Carvoeiro? For starters, golden sands against which the blue waters of the Atlantic lap, bordered by awe-inspiring cliffs. They’ll also find many restaurants offering fine Portuguese cuisine as well as great places to shop. And after a long day under the boundless Algarve summer sunshine, tourists can retreat to the tranquil settings of Algarve Clube Atlantico holiday homes. The places of accommodation HomeAway has ready for holidaymakers comprise of magnificent villas that can shelter different sizes of groups while putting swimming pools and other luxuries at their disposal.

Things to do

-Beaches: Carvoeiro’s beach is admittedly not the most expansive. It is a reasonably-sized patch of fine sand sandwiched by impressive cliffs. Visitors may not have the luxury of hours of promenades with sand between their toes but they can set down a towel or lounger and soak up as much sunshine as they can take. They’re also free to walk up the cliffs and savour the sublime panoramas.

-Water sports: The well sheltered beach provides safe waters for those who wish to splash about with their kids. Thrill-seekers can hire jet skis and power their way about the waves off the coastline. To discover the secrets the waters of the Atlantic hold one can get diving gear from nearby diving schools and plunge into the ocean. Those unfamiliar with the intricacies of scuba diving can get introductory lessons as well.

-Historical sites: History buffs wondering if it’s worth booking holiday rentals in Algarve Clube Atlantico or any other locality in Carvoeiro will find something to pique their interest in the Fort of Senhora da Conceição. They’ll see what remains of walls constructed over 300 years ago when they climb up the cliff above Carvoeiro.

-Golf: Though most people thinking of a golfing holiday in Algarve will probably head to Vilamoura, those who choose to reside in Algarve Clube Atlantico holiday villas will have the Vale de Milho Golf Club within easy reach. Both beginners and pros will enjoy knocking balls around this beautifully landscaped facility. When they’re done they can retreat to the cosy clubhouse and get a refreshing drink or seat down to a meal.

-Food and drink: Speaking of gastronomy, there are a number of joints in Carveiro where those staying in Algarve Clube Atlantico holiday rentals can dine on varied cuisine. In the much-vaunted Villa Medici, tourists can gouge themselves on pizza and pasta to their heart’s delight. To sample Mediterranean specialities they can head over to the Pimenta Preta.

Weather in Algarve Clube Atlantico

Carvoeiro has fantastic temperate climate that doesn’t fluctuate much throughout the year. Temperatures are mostly in the twenties for most months and only dip into the teens during the brief spell of mildly cool weather between November and February. Most Carveiro-bound tourists will schedule their holiday for somewhere between June and September when temperatures average above 25°C and rainfall is scarce.

Travel to Algarve Clube Atlantico

With Carvoeiro being less than 30 miles from Faro Airport, arriving visitors won’t have too much trouble getting to their Algarve Clube Atlantico holiday homes. Direct flights to this airport during summer are plentiful and holidaymakers from practically any major European city will be able to comfortably book their ticket. It will take about an hour by road to travel from Faro to Lagoa and from there travellers can grab a local bus for the 3 mile journey into Carvoeiro.

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Spacious villa with lovely sea views

4 of 5
The villa is very spacious, with the area by the pool having great views over the sea and nearby cove. A good location within walking distance of a few bars and restaurants (or morning coffee in Bengali watching the boat trips depart). We arrived at the villa assuming we'd be met as we had not received any details prior to our arrival. So arriving Sunday evening to find no one at the property was a bit frustrating. But a call to the security company soon got us put through to Rene and we were in (we had no contact details for Rene). The property has 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms (there was no shower room). A well equipped kitchen and very spacious lounge and separate dining area - although with warm weather we ate outside all the time (a seating area under cover and generally in the shade). The swimming pool was a good size, and warm, with a pool cleaner on site 2/3 times a week. The tennis courts on the complex were very good - never had a problem getting on to play - but strangely you couldn't hire tennis rackets but you could hire tennis balls. There are no tennis rackets with the villa - I think this would be a good addition. A number of options for groceries. Our favourite was Apolonia - an upmarket Waitrose. The food was excellent (but with that comes higher prices) - but the meat we bought for the BBQ was superb. We visited in June, which seemed to coincide with the seagulls rearing their chicks. They are very territorial and would dive bomb us as we walked around the pool (this was exacerbated by one of the chicks getting blown off the roof and settling in under the sun loungers). Sharing the pool with the seagulls was not an issue, but a consequence of having seagulls around all the time is the amount of bird poo which was left around the pool and on the pool cover (overnight). Overall a very enjoyable stay, with excellent weather, friendly people and lovely beaches and cliff top walks.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 12, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2018

Beautiful property - the picture do not do it justice.

5 of 5
The property is lovely. Tastefully decorated and much bigger than the pictures show. We stayed with two kids (so 5 adults 2 kids). The location was easy to get to and a short drive to amenities. There is a park and a beach nearby alongside the pool. Well equipped kitchen and great deck for a BBQ. We had a fantastic time and on some days didn't leave the property.
  • Review Submitted: Jun 25, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2018