This one bedroom apartment is located in Praia do Vau, Portimao. It is comfortably furnished to a good standart. The apartment is on the 3rd Floor (no lift) with a huge private terrace. It is literally steps from the beach. 5km from the center of Portimao city.
Bedroom: 1 bedroom with double bed with fitted wardrobes and a balcony facing the sea.
Bathroom: 1 bathroom: 1 bath with shower hose, vanity sink, bidet and toilet.
Kitchen: It has window and is well equipped with large refrigerator and separate freezer, gas stove oven, washing machine, microwave, toaster, electric kettle and a table with one chair.
Living Room: The sitting room/diner is a large and spacious with direct access to the big terrace.
This comfortable apartment is furnished with a 3 seat sofa and 2 sofas with 1 seat, 1 coffe table, a TV with satellite system with more than 100 international channels. Dinning area has one table with 4 chairs.
Terrace: Large terrace, with table, chairs and sunbeds. It is South facing so it has the benefit of sunshine from early morning all day until early evening.
Air Conditioning: Yes
There are public transports ("vai-e-vem" bus and taxis) near the apartment. It has public parking and a private parking for 1 car.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Acess to everything
Please, just take good care of the apartment.
Apartamentos, para férias, em várias zonas da cidade de Portimão/ Holidays apartments in Portimão
In a region with such a large ocean front, the Algarve offers almost every activity you can think of related to (the use of) water. Also for the ones who are not particularly keen to be in or around water, there are plenty of activities to spend a wonderful time in the Algarve! Read below a wide selection of leisure- and sport activities : Fishing, Swimming, Cycling, Golf, Horse Riding, Jeep Safaris, Mountain Biking, Wind and Kite Surfing, Diving, Tennis, Walking, Jet ski, Parasailing, Water Ski, Sailing, (Lawn)Bowling, Deep-Ocean Fishing, Karting, Dolphin- and Bird Watching, Speedboat-, Catamaran- and Sailing Boat Rentals, Ultralight Flights, Mini-Golf, etc. Water parks, zoos, family parks (Zoo Marine, Aquashow and Krazy World) as well as several museums invite to trips. Further interesting activities, Gypsy markets, exhibitions and other important information for the holiday-maker you can find in the weekly magazine 'Algarve Resident' and 'Viva Algarve' (available at supermarkets).
Shopping in Portimao:
Portimao, the Algarve’s second biggest city, offers everything to make a shopping heart beat faster. From small boutiques, crafts and art shops to shopping malls, there’s something of interest for everyone (except for some men maybe). In the historical centre there is a huge pedestrian area, narrow streets and several squares invite to wander around in good atmosphere. The kilometres long boulevard in front of the famous Praia da Rocha beach is packed with all sorts of shops. Along the Arade River, going land inwards from the Portimao Marina (harbour), another kilometres long boulevard is currently created, linking the Marina and Praia da Rocha with the historical centre. Several shopping malls, Lidl and Plus are to be found along the double lane access road to Praia da Rocha. Spread throughout the city, smaller supermarkets, butchers and bakeries complete the wide range of shopping possibilities Portimao has to offer. Almost all shops are open 7 days a week.
Golf is definitively the most popular sport in the Algarve, no wonder when realising the climatological conditions all year round and the exceptional beauty of lay outs (most of them by famous international golf architects) and surroundings. Read below a selection of 4 excellent golf courses in your region out of the Algarve' approximately 35 golf courses; Palmares Course: the breathtaking scenery can be appreciated from most of the course, with views over the Alvor river estuary, beaches and the bay of Lagos. There are 5 authentic links holes amongst the dunes close to the ocean exposed to the prevailing winds. Other holes throughout hillsides and valleys full of trees. Penina Course: it has hosted the Portuguese open 8 times and is built on flattish parkland terrain with fairways lined by countless trees and with tricky water hazards. Also several long par-3 and par-4 holes, requiring both length and accuracy. Alto Course: it boasts a majestic site overlooking the ocean and with views inland towards the Monchique hills. Some 10.000 trees were planted on the course and have attracted a large variety of birds. The course is not overly difficult and can be enjoyed by golfers of all standards. Golf do Morgado; recently opened, almost a 1000 acres, making it the biggest golf course in the Algarve. Beautiful scenery, pure nature, no villas/apartments but 6 lakes, hills, valleys, 1000's of olive, carob and fig trees, the unspoilt Algarve!