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Situated on one of the most beautiful parts of the southern coast of Portugal, perfect for young and old alike, Monte dos Amores offers its visitors a welcome break, by simply introducing its guest to the natural splendor and the inherently slower pace of life, that is uniquely Portuguese. Here one can enjoy panoramic views to the south over sand dunes and the atlantic ocean, the alvor skyline and delta, home to small fishing and sailing boats all year round. To the north lies Monichique, a mountain range which stretches accross the whole of the Algarve thus providing ample trails for the hiking novice or professional. A 10 minute drive away is Lagos, a historic town, known for its charming little streets, fish market, cafés and cliffs. To get to Lagos, where you will also find boutiques, supermarkets, restaurants, bars and discos one must first drive along Meia Praia, the longest and least polluted stretch of beach in the algarve.



Villa Lagos Algarve Portugal Ferienwohnung

Monte dos Amores is also the perfect place for golf fans, as it is situated 400 metres from the greens of Palmares Golf, a club which boasts an 18 hole course built on hills overlooking the Atlantic ocean and Lagos. Other sports facilities, such as horse-riding, surfing, mountain biking, and organised countryside walks are, similarly, not more than 20 minutes away from Monte dos Amores.

A barbeque hut stands on the property, fully equiped with cooking, grilling facilities and a pizza oven, thus making it the perfect place to enjoy that fresh night air and some home-made grilled fish. The swimming pool, just a stones throw away from the barbeque hut, are surrounded by grand palm trees and exotic flowers, through which one can still catch a glimpse of the Atlantic ocean to the south and the Monchique mountains to the north. Whilst the children play on on the large, safe green areas adults can use the tennis court. Additionally, whilst hitting the occasional smash, one can enjoy being in the idyllic company of age old almond and fig trees.

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