V3 Anita - 3 Bedrooms Semi-Detached Villa near Albufeira
Semi detached villa with three bedrooms, in a condominium with large communal pool and small private pool, common tennis court and garden, located in Guia 1km west of the Algarve Shopping.
Capacity: up to 6 people
3 bedrooms: two with double bed and one with twin beds (suite).
3 Bathrooms, 2 shower rooms and one WC
Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, electric oven, electric cooker, washing machine, iron and ironing board, refrigerator, microwave, electric kettle, coffee maker and blender.
Dining room with sitting area and direct access to the covered terrace and pool area, equipped with fireplace, Satellite TV and DVD player.
Private pool of + / - 2 x 2m and furnished terrace with sun loungers and a sun hat
Large common pool
Common Tennis court
BBQ with dining area
Two divans for the 7th and 8th person
Garage for 2 cars and parking inside the condo (not covered)
Pets are allowed
Beach: 6km | Supermarket: 1 km | Albufeira (center): 6 km | Albufeira Marina: 5km |Restaurants (Chicken's Guide): 300m | Confectionery: 300m | Faro Airport: 35km
A number of the bigger beaches in Albufeira offer water sports including windsurfing, scuba diving, snorkelling, water-skiing, paragliding, jet-skiing, sailing and fishing.
One of the most popular beaches is Praia do Peneco, a pleasant, sandy beach near the town centre. Praia do Peneco is 5 minutes east of the centre, and is a reminder of the town's fishing heritage, lined with boats and fishermen hauling in their catches. This area also has some of the town's best bars and restaurants
For recreation away from the beaches, a popular choice with both adults and children is the Zoomarine park, 10km from the village centre. The park offers a variety of entertainment including dolphins, walruses, sea lions, swimming pools and fair rides.
About 15km from Albufeira, Aqualand is a family water park with some exciting rides and a safe area for younger kids. Golf is also popular in the resort with first-class courses that are perfect for everyone from beginners to experts.
Albufeira has a good crop of churches, in varying states of use and repair, while the Archaeological Museum in the old town displays items salvaged from the ruins of buildings from bygone eras.
When it comes to restaurants, whether you're in the old town or elsewhere, you’ll not be stuck for a choice.
If you want to escape Albufeira for an excursion or a daytrip, you could go on a Jeep safari tour. This is a great way to sample the Algarve countryside and places off the beaten track.