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A 5 bedroom villa with pool, hot tub and sea view. Easy walking distance of Carvoeiro town and beach.

Casa Vale Verde is a stunning 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom villa located in the popular resort of Quinta do Paraiso within easy walking distance of the village of Carvoeiro where you will find numerous shops, bars, restaurants and a beach. The resort itself also has a restaurant and pool bar or the popular Monte Carvoeiro square with is bars and restaurants is just a 5 minute walk away. Guest have use of the resort facilities including communal pools, kids club, tennis courts and mini golf. The resort also have nightly entertainment at the bar. The villa has been recently renovated to a high standard and benefits from fantastic sea views. The villa is ideal for families or groups sleeping 10/12. It has 3 double bedrooms all with ensuite, 1 twin bedroom with shower room and 1 children’s bedroom with single bed, pull out bed and ensuite with junior size toilet, sink, bath and shower. Cots can be provided for babies and a sofabed is available in the master bedroom for young children.

The villa is on a secure and safe plot that is fully fenced and has electric gates leading to a large driveway. Beautiful gardens surround the villa with plenty of spots to sit and enjoy the stunning view across the valley and out to sea. To the side of the villa is a grassed garden area ideal for children to play with a table tennis table and basketball net. Steps lead down from the garden to the pool area where there are 8 sunloungers available for you to relax and enjoy the fabulous view. At the top of the stairs is. Jacuzzi hot tub (please note there is an additional fee of £100 per week for the hot tub).

Between May and October changeover day is Saturday 

Cancellation / Prepayment

To secure the booking we take a 20% deposit. The balance is due 8 weeks prior to arrival. Rental payments are non refundable.

A £400 refundable damage deposit is taken with the rental balance.

Children and extra beds

A child’s extra bed can be provided for £50 p/w

Cots can be provide for £20p/w

Accepted credit cards

We accept payment by Visa, MasterCard, American Express.

Once a booking request is accepted an invoice will be sent with a link to make payment online

Check-in time

From 14.00

Check-out time

Before 10.00

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Books
  • Childs Highchair
  • Coffee Maker
  • Communal Pool
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Fireplace
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating
  • Hot Tub
  • Internet
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Lounge
  • Microwave
  • Music Library
  • Outdoor pool
  • Parking
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Private Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Satellite / Cable
  • Television
  • Toaster
  • Towels Provided
  • Toys
  • Tumble Drier
  • TV
  • Video Library
  • Washing Machine
  • WiFi
  • Wood Stove

Internet

Free Wi-fi is available throughout the villa

Parking

There is a private driveway with parking for up to three vehicles

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Carvoeiro

Carvoeiro
Carvoeiro is a traditional fishing village that has become an incredibly popular holiday resort.

It’s one claim to fame, historically speaking, is that in 1554 a naval battle took place off Cape Carvoeiro when a Portuguese flotilla attacked the Turkish corsair, Xaramet, and destroyed his fleet. Today the most activity you are likely to see is people enjoying the beach and the local fishermen bringing in their catches!

There are plenty of shops in the town for your everyday needs and because they are used  for catering for British visitors you will be able to find most of your normal groceries. There is also a big Intermarché on the Lagoa road on the outskirts of Carvoeiro for even more choice.

Watersports like jetskis and pedaloes are available at the beach for those who like messing about on the water and there are a couple of diving schools based in Carvoeiro if you prefer to be under the water. The local fishermen also make use of their boats during the day to offer visitors the chance to take boat trips around the coastline and to see the caves.

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. At a guess most visitors give up on the idea of self-catering when they see what’s on offer!

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 – luckily they are fenced around and it just shows how fragile the cliffs can be. 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).

Carvoeiro is also ideally situated for family fun days out. There are two water parks within easy reach – the closest being Slide and Splash at Lagoa and Aqualand just slightly further away at Alcantarilha. If water parks aren’t for you then there is Zoomarine Sealife park at Guia and Krazy World at Algoz to choose from.

If you have something a little more relaxing in mind, then a trip to Silves is a lovely day out with it’s Moorish castle and riverside walks. A walk around the castle walls allows you to have a bird’s eye view of the town and surrounding countryside and there are lots of pavement cafés to stop for a cool drink afterwards! There are also boat trips to Silves up the Arade river from Portimão river front which give you about an hour to see a bit of Silves (before the tide is too low to return) for a different view of the countryside.

Twice a week the tourist train that runs around Carvoeiro ventures a little further afield to Ferragudo which is just along the coast on the opposite bank of the Arade estuary to Portimão. It gives you a couple of hours to explore the town before bringing you back.

Of course, there is absolutely no need to leave Carvoeiro at all as there is plenty to do and to see right on the doorstep – it really is a lovely spot and well deserves it’s reputation as a top Algarve holiday destination.

 


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