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Sought out by discerning travelers

There’s no doubt about it, sunny Vilamoura is one of the most fashionable, sophisticated towns in the world. With its opulent design and prestigious beach clubs, this delightful destination is home to one of the best beaches in the Algarve.

From the picturesque, million-dollar yacht marina to the abundance of luxurious shops, fine dining, and vibrant nightlife, it is no surprise Vilamoura has attracted affluent Europeans for decades.

Relish stunning views of the Atlantic coastline, just 25 minutes from Faro airport, soak up the sun on one of the area’s pristine beaches, enjoy a round of golf at one of five championship courses or find inspiration and renewal in some much-needed downtime.

Sought out by discerning travelers

There’s no doubt about it, sunny Vilamoura is one of the most fashionable, sophisticated towns in the world. With its opulent design and prestigious beach clubs, this delightful destination is home to one of the best beaches in the Algarve.

From the picturesque, million-dollar yacht marina to the abundance of luxurious shops, fine dining, and vibrant nightlife, it is no surprise Vilamoura has attracted affluent Europeans for decades.

Relish stunning views of the Atlantic coastline, just 25 minutes from Faro airport, soak up the sun on one of the area’s pristine beaches, enjoy a round of golf at one of five championship courses or find inspiration and renewal in some much-needed downtime.

Portugal’s only featured among the top 25 beaches in the world

Witness some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. Hugged by fiery clay cliffs contrasted with the dense green pine of Portugal’s Algarve Coast, is Praia de Falesia Beach – an 8km-long slice of white sand that resembles an enchanting seaside Grand Canyon.

The scenic cliff trails that lead to the beach are an attraction in themselves; lined with sea daffodils, pink spinny thrift, and white sand lilies, relax on an empty shoreline reserved for those who would rather have wide-open spaces all to themselves.

It is also great for surfing, with waves that are perfect for beginners, swimming, or taking long beach walks to collect small conquilhas clams. A perfect relaxing day by the clear water. From a vantage point atop the cliffs be sure to catch the amazing colors of sunset and sunrise – both are absolutely amazing here, painting the world a brilliant spectacle every time.

Portugal’s only featured among the top 25 beaches in the world

Witness some of the most dramatic scenery in the world. Hugged by fiery clay cliffs contrasted with the dense green pine of Portugal’s Algarve Coast, is Praia de Falesia Beach – an 8km-long slice of white sand that resembles an enchanting seaside Grand Canyon.

The scenic cliff trails that lead to the beach are an attraction in themselves; lined with sea daffodils, pink spinny thrift, and white sand lilies, relax on an empty shoreline reserved for those who would rather have wide-open spaces all to themselves.

It is also great for surfing, with waves that are perfect for beginners, swimming, or taking long beach walks to collect small conquilhas clams. A perfect relaxing day by the clear water. From a vantage point atop the cliffs be sure to catch the amazing colors of sunset and sunrise – both are absolutely amazing here, painting the world a brilliant spectacle every time.

One of 7 Wonders of Portugal

Just 30 minutes from the resort, Ria Formosa is a natural wetland paradise waiting to be explored. This stunning park is a sanctuary to white beaches, blue lagoons, and rare species such as flamingos stopping over on their flight to Africa – attracting adventurers, and wildlife enthusiasts alike.

With its constantly shifting landscape, Ria Formosa is a beautiful tapestry of colors and textures that must be seen to be believed. Three winding paths meander through salt marshes and woodlands, – perfect for birdwatching, observing the wildlife, and taking in the stunning scenery.

You can also choose to enjoy a leisurely sail along the picturesque coastline in a traditional tuna boat, meet welcoming locals and learn about the history and culture of fishing, visit traditional farmhouses, mills, and even Roman ruins. And don’t forget to try your hand at gathering the region’s acclaimed clams and oysters, sold to executive chefs around the world that use great skill to create their gastronomic marvels. Last but not least, you will love your once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the fun and friendly Portuguese water dogs, unique to the region!

One of 7 Wonders of Portugal

Just 30 minutes from the resort, Ria Formosa is a natural wetland paradise waiting to be explored. This stunning park is a sanctuary to white beaches, blue lagoons, and rare species such as flamingos stopping over on their flight to Africa – attracting adventurers, and wildlife enthusiasts alike.

With its constantly shifting landscape, Ria Formosa is a beautiful tapestry of colors and textures that must be seen to be believed. Three winding paths meander through salt marshes and woodlands, – perfect for birdwatching, observing the wildlife, and taking in the stunning scenery.

You can also choose to enjoy a leisurely sail along the picturesque coastline in a traditional tuna boat, meet welcoming locals and learn about the history and culture of fishing, visit traditional farmhouses, mills, and even Roman ruins. And don’t forget to try your hand at gathering the region’s acclaimed clams and oysters, sold to executive chefs around the world that use great skill to create their gastronomic marvels. Last but not least, you will love your once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the fun and friendly Portuguese water dogs, unique to the region!

Explore the rich roots of culture

Just a few short steps from the marina, the archaeological site, and the museum of Cerro Da Villa offer insight into what life was like on the coast two millenniums ago. An ancient Roman site that has been hiding in plain sight for centuries until recently archaeologists have excavated the area and started to piece together what once stood there.

So far, they’ve found evidence of a large villa with several baths, as well as a temple and marketplace. It’s an amazing discovery and a true testament to the rich history of the region. The route through the ruins and museum provides an immersive experience of a typical Roman maritime villa, with mosaics, luxurious fountains, and interior walls painted with frescos of geometric and floral motifs.

Explore the rich roots of culture

Just a few short steps from the marina, the archaeological site, and the museum of Cerro Da Villa offer insight into what life was like on the coast two millenniums ago. An ancient Roman site that has been hiding in plain sight for centuries until recently archaeologists have excavated the area and started to piece together what once stood there.

So far, they’ve found evidence of a large villa with several baths, as well as a temple and marketplace. It’s an amazing discovery and a true testament to the rich history of the region. The route through the ruins and museum provides an immersive experience of a typical Roman maritime villa, with mosaics, luxurious fountains, and interior walls painted with frescos of geometric and floral motifs.

  • "This turned out to be a perfect place for a 8 night break."

    The weather was perfect, the beach lake is so unique, and the service in the hotel was superb. We stayed in a family room which had a wonderful sea view. The design of the resort is impressive. It feels spacious, private & with beautiful plants & shrubs throughout. What really stands out is the level of service. From the moment of check-in service was exemplary. We look forward to coming back!
  • "No wonder why this hotel and Algarve as a destination has received the World Travel Awards, the Oscar of hospitality "

    One of the best resorts I have been to. The landscape is unbeatable, oh the colors, the lake, the birds and nature, the marina. Just loved the whole package. Not much of a golf player myself, but even that is offered via their concierge. I would highly recommend this hotel and I personally would go back to this scenery without thought.

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