Quinta do Lago
Cloudless skies, cascading bougainvillea, miles of golden coastline, breath-taking private villas and Europe's most magnificent golf courses are just a few features of Quinta do Lago's irresistible charm.
Bordered by the azure beaches of the North Atlantic and the abundant natural beauty of the Ria Formosa National Park, Quinta do Lago comprises 2,000 acres of land tailored to suit a golfer's fantasy lifestyle.
Enjoy an invigorating round of golf on one of four championship and non-championship courses. Learn with the best at the Paul McGinley Academy or perfect your swing at Quinta do Lago's state of the art driving range.
Golfing aside, Quinta offers a host of outdoor activities. These include horse riding, tennis, clay pigeon shooting, water sports, deep water fishing, picnics in the park, outdoor concerts, nature trails, beach parties and outdoor movie nights.
End your day by watching the sunset through the emerald umbrella pines whilst dining at one of Quinta's many restaurants* bursting with fresh Mediterranean produce, sumptuous local and international cuisine and selection of fine wines.
Quinta do Lago is a celebration of life as it was meant to be lived. A perfect marriage of old-world charm and contemporary refinement, you can be sure that though your stay may be fleeting, the memories you take home will last a lifetime.
With such a wide variety of world-class restaurants on offer, Regency Luxury Villas would be very happy to make recommendations depending on visitors tastes and time of year.
Vale Do Lobo
Vale do Lobo is a holiday maker's dream. Ocre cliffs overlook picture-postcard beaches; two 18-hole golf courses (the Royal Golf Course and the Ocean Golf Course) meander alongside a nature reserve before sloping gently toward the shores of the Atlantic; 15 first-class restaurants offer tantalising local and international fare whilst a range of boutique stores provide everything from glamourous jewelry to fine wines.
Founded in 1962, Vale do Lobo was the first development in the Algarve. It has since been transformed into a 450-hectare, self-contained community offering world-class privately-owned villas and apartments and the most extensive range of sporting and leisure facilities in the region.
Soak up the sun whilst enjoying outdoor activities that include football, spinning, yoga, areobics, mini-golf, and water and beach sports.
If you fancy a spot of pampering, The Royal Spa at Vale Do Lobo provides herbal therapies, vitamin-enriched treatments, traditional Oriental cures, Swedish massages, saunas and steam rooms.
Night owls will love The Praça. This lively beachside complex located at the heart of Vale do Lobo is flush with restaurants, nightclubs and bars and is a popular live music venue during the summer months.
Situated just 20 minutes from Faro International Airport, Vale do Lobo is recognised as one of the foremost resorts in Europe. With its gorgeous sunny skies, balmy evenings and stunning location, it's no wonder that generations of holiday makers have fallen in love with this seaside paradise.
With about 2,000 hectares of land, Vilamoura can boast about being one of Europe's largest single tourist complexes. With its close proximity to Faro Airport, and Quinta do Lago, it can be seen as one of the corners of the Algarve's famous 'Golden Triangle'.
Vilamoura has much to offer in terms of entertainment and leisure, especially with its beautiful beaches, golf clubs and sports facilities, including lawn bowling, tennis, health clubs, as well as a shooting club, casino, vibrant nightclubs and bars, and plenty of restaurants to choose from.
The marina is at Vilamoura's heart, and is surrounded by large hotels and luxury holiday homes and apartments. Here is where you will see the beautiful yachts and vessels moored, some are available to charter for fishing and pleasure cruising trips. There is also a wide range of water sports activities available along the beaches.
For the historians visiting, the museum and Roman ruins give an insight in the area's past and origins. Vilamoura was a Roman fishing village, and its ruins include baths which the mariners used for bathing.
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