3 bedroom house sleeping up to 6 overlooking Figueira. Private parking
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 6
We had a lovely week in the villa. The villa is perfectly located for exploring West Algarve. The villa itself is well equipped, light and airy and was just right for our family of 5. We had a brilliant week and would wholeheartedly recommend this property.
Thank you, James and family.
Glad that you enjoyed your stay at No.21 and found the house and area to be good; we love it too!
Spacious, secluded, great location
This was our first visit to the Algarve the area was lovely loads of little villages with underdeveloped beautiful beaches. Although on a complex the villa was very private and was not overlooked in anyway, it was spacious and homely with lovely views, the pool again never felt busy and was a good place to relax after a day at the beach. The restaurants in the village served amazing food so good not to have to get in the car to go out to eat. The only improvement we would recommend is more outside lighting, especially near the bbq area....unless we didn’t find it! Thanks for a lovely stay
Thank you for taking the trouble to wrire a review Lisa. Glad you liked the house and had a good holiday. Good point re outside lighting! We shall address the problem and hopefully make it easier for guests to see what they are barbecuing!
Lovely villa in idyllic settings
Myself, my wife and the in-laws spent 2 relaxing weeks at Penny & Nicks beautiful villa & we would all thoroughly recommend it to anyone who is seeking a relaxing vacation in wonderful surroundings. The villa itself is perfect with all the amenities that you could ask for, but the cherry on top is the wonderful views over the surrounding countryside from the first floor terrace at the rear - perfect for watching the sun go down in the evening with a glass of wine in hand or to soak up the afternoon sun. The village of Figuera (which is a short walk from the villa) has a couple of bars - one which does tasty snacks & pizzas - & a restaurant called O'Sapinho which serves excellent food at very reasonable prices, but make sure to book a table in advance as it is only small & fills up quite easily. There is a small fishing village named Salema about a mile & half away that has about half dozen restaurants & a couple of bars, not to mention a lovely beach that is nice to take an evening stroll along but it can be a bit difficult to find a parking spot especially in peak season, although there is a decent sized public car par on the way in to the village. If you want a bit more life then the town of Lagos is about a 20 minute drive away & there you will find plenty of shops, bars & restaurants as well as a market.
It was our first visit to the Algarve & we all thoroughly enjoyed our stay & would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a switch-off-&-relax holiday in the sun.
Thank you for finding the time to write a review of your holiday in our house. We are so glad that you enjoyed it and found everything to your liking.You are right; that view from the terrace is so beautiful. You obviously explored the area and it sounds as if you came to like it as much as we do; it's a very special part of the Algarve.
We hope you return!
A great week's stay
Very comfortable time. Very quiet and suitable for both the adults and grandson. Very nice property, garden and communal swimming area. Well positioned for the surrounding town of Lagos and beaches.
Thank you for taking the trouble to write a review. We are very glad that you enjoyed your holiday and found the house and situation well suited for your needs of young and old(er). ..And thank you for watering the garden!
A ‘PERFICK’ PROPERTY - Revisted
Our holiday in 2013 was so good we had no reservations about returning to the same Villa in the same complex on the outskirts of a sleepy village in the Western Algarve. There have been some changes to the Villa since last year which includes, some new double glazing, speedy broadband and a very good quality flat screen television along with a device to ensure that you get all of your favourite TV channels. If the weather is unsettled and the beach or sightseeing is an unlikely prospect you will find that the villa has a good selection of books, dvds and games to keep people of all ages entertained.
The booking process was effortless and the owners are always available to provide information. Once again there was a survival kit waiting for us, bread, butter, milk and a grand selection of teas and coffee, all very welcome as it allows you to relax and think about what shopping you need to purchase rather than rush out and do a trolley dash. Eating out is always nice here, there are a couple of restaurants in the village and close by is Salema where there are numerous restaurants to choose from. It is not too far to walk to Salema and is advisable if you intend to have some of the excellent local wines. On the return journey climb the hill out of the village at a leisurely pace it’s not as tough as it looks and if you are visiting in the evening a torch would be a sensible precaution. If you are dining at home the Villa has well equipped kitchen or a BBQ to prepare your meal on, with local shops and supermarkets close to hand you won’t go hungry. Dining at home on the roof terrace watching the sunset over the hills is an absolute must.
Our thanks again to the owners for allowing us to share their home and thanks also to their site manager who promptly answered our call regarding the safe. I have to say, this holiday location is habit forming.
Thank you Derek for your positive comments.We are delighted when guests return and love our house and the area as much as we do. Keep up the good habit!
Figueira. Our complex is on the edge of this small ancient village of narrow cobbled streets and brightly coloured houses. There is a small shop where basic groceries can be bought and a restaurant where you can eat well and inexpensively within 5 minutes' walk.
A footpath down a green valley leads to Figueira Beach a mile away, where the only building is a ruined fort on the cliff top. Inaccessible by car, it is never crowded. 2 miles away by road is the fishing village of Salema with its beach, excellent restaurants and a bigger supermarket. Nearby the village of Budens has another supermarket. Vila do Bispo(5k.) has many restaurants , Lidl, a monthly market and good basic shops
Lagos is 10 miles to the East where there is the old slave market, marina, harbour, fish market, and a great range of shops and restaurants. Local crafts include pottery and lace and provide interesting shopping.
Cape St. Vincent, with Henry the Navigator's famous compass is 8 miles to the west
Nick and Penny Naish
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