DescriptionThis beautiful, well appointed villa is set in a quiet cul-de-sac and overlooks the prestigious 18 hole championship golf course and also has lovely views of the Monchique mountains. Ideal for keen golfers being just a stroll from the club house with breakfast facilities as well as a good restaurant for lunches and dinners.
The villa has a large living room / dining room with fireplace as well as a separate sitting area, all with patio doors to the pool and gardens. The kitchen is a good size and fully equipped with integrated appliances. Upstairs there are 3 spacious bedrooms, each with with en-suite bathrooms, built in wardrobes and access to a private balcony.
Surrounding the villa is a large private plot with beautiful landscaped gardens. There is a private swimming pool with plenty of terrace space for sun loungers and an outdoor shower.
The villa is wonderfully private and is situated in a quiet residential area yet within a short distance to all of the beautiful areas of the Algarve. In a few minutes drive you can be on one of the many local beaches, sat in a traditional fish restaurant or playing in the various slides at a local water park.
The nearby town of Carvoeiro was a traditional, small fishing village surviving on the tuna catches but has, not surprisingly, become an incredibly popular resort with visitors and has developed to keep pace.
The town beach, Praia do Carvoeiro is a beautifully sheltered sandy bay and spreads out just in front of the square with cliffs protecting it on either side. There are bars and cafés ideally placed around the square to still enjoy the view when you leave the beach!
One thing you won't be short of in Carvoeiro is somewhere to eat and drink! There is a huge selection of bars, restaurants and cafés all within easy walking distance of the centre and with a wide choice of food.
The cliff tops around Carvoeiro offer plenty of scope for walking and some great views. You may also come across some 'algares' which are holes in the cliff where the sea has eaten it away from underneath - there are some near the lighthouse at Cabo de Carvoeiro. Also on the cliff above Carvoeiro are the remains of the walls of the Fort of Senhora da Conceição dating from the 17th century, inside which is the hermitage of Nossa Senhora da Encarnação (Our Lady of the Incarnation).