The pretty, family-friendly resort of Carvoeiro has a beautiful golden beach sheltered by stunning cliffs. When the beach gets a little crowded in peak season, boat trips can take you to quieter coves along the coast or to see the amazing caves and rock formations at Algar Seco Natural Park. This bustling town has plenty of shops and restaurants to keep you entertained after the beach. Two excellent golf courses can also be found at the nearby Carvoeiro Club.
If you are interested in traveling to an exotic destination that’s rich in local culture, you do not require looking any further than Carvoeiro, within the Algarve region of Portugal. The town merely offers the right blend of beaches and culture. For an extended summer time holiday in the sun, property in Carvoeiro is ideal because the weather is sunny and warm almost each day.
The blue waters of the region are crystal clear, and you will have many golden sand beaches and coves accessible for the enjoyment. Whether you would like a crowded beach or an isolated cove, Carvoeiro can meet your needs. Marinha Beach, Cavalho Beach, Albandeira Beach, Benagil Seaside and Paraiso Beach are just of few of Carvoeiro’s stunning beaches. Some region beaches have clothing-optional locations in the event you appreciate becoming in the nude. On these beaches, you’ll have the ability to kick back and obtain a tan that covers your entire body.
What you are able to do in Carvoeiro
You are able to ask one of the nearby residents to take you fishing in the ocean, or you are able to kick back and relax around the beach. The town’s marketplace is a fantastic place to go shopping if you really feel like looking about. Golfers will value likely to the local golf course, and tennis buffs will appreciate the tennis center in Carver. Boat trips along the coastline are another chance, together with a go to to one of the area’s grottoes.The Algar Seco, for example, is an unbelievable place to go exploring – powerful waves have carved out fascinating water chimneys and grottoes in the rock. If nightlife excites you, Carvoeiro has a number of restaurants and bars that may satisfy your craving. Appreciate the stunning ocean throughout the day and go out for dinner and dancing at night!
Enjoy the Easter break and spend some quality time in the Algarve!
With its sunny days and mild temperatures, the Western Algarve is the perfect escape for a well-deserved break.
Easter in the Algarve is a time of colour and sunshine. The Algarve is buzzing with flower festivals and family get together. The long weekend coupled with the welcome spring warmth attracts many Portuguese from the cities further north and visitors from other countries to enjoy the Algarve’s Beaches, Restaurants and Bars over the mini-holiday. Good Friday is a Public Holiday and shops and businesses are closed, many of the Portuguese restaurants will be closed in the evening.
Easter in Algarve is a colourful and happy time. With festivals and family get-togethers the Algarve buzzes with warmth and tradition. Special cakes, known as “Folar” are eaten – surprising for the hard boiled egg still in its shell hidden inside the cake! The famous Flower Torch Festival is held in São Bras do Alportel, when the main street of the town is strewn with flowers and a procession of townsfolk carrying troches made of colourful flowers makes its way to the church.
“Bursting with character, this dazzling whitewashed fishing village is the place to head for heaps of Portuguese atmosphere.”
Charismatic yet peaceful, small yet full of life – Carvoeiro is one of those resorts that just has it all. Oozing authentic Portuguese charm, this place can’t help but spellbind those who visit, and has people coming back time and time again. And once you’ve set foot here you’ll see why. Cut into half moon cliffs, the coastline is dramatically woven with intricate caves and golden beaches, and with mainly low rise apartments and villas the breathtaking landscape has been pretty much left how mother nature intended. Typical old-town narrow streets are scattered with alluring little shops and twist down to a pretty village square, where you can sample the endless wine lists – after all, you are in the wine-producing region of Lagos. The square overlooks the shimmering shores, which gently slope out to the transparent sea, more often than not crammed full of colourful fishing boats. It’s fringed with bustling cafes and restaurants and is a prime spot to eat al fresco and drink in the views. And what a picture the coastline is. The dramatic ochre cliffs shelter numerous mystical grottoes and lead to a number of outstanding pristine beaches. Within walking distance is Algar Seco, with its theatrical rock formations and Carvalho cove, where half the fun is navigating your way through a labyrinth of tunnels. Add to all this animated bars, restaurants serving inviting international and local dishes and excellent activities such as golf and horse riding – and you can’t go wrong in this relaxed holiday haven.
Many clients return to Calisto & Destino for holidays year after year as Carvoeiro offers natural beauty, golden sandy beaches and local character. Carvoeiro as a former fishing village has not lost charm as its perched on a truly spectacular piece of coastline and the village is centered round an open square, where you can dine alfresco and watch the little fishing boats bobbing in the distance.
Your days in Carvoeiro are spent exploring the cobbled lanes lined with white washed houses with charming souvenir shops dotted in between. Or why not take a visit to one of the many secluded coves abounding the area? Once the sun has set you can enjoy a relaxing drink in one of the many bars, and then enjoy a sumptuous meal in one of the fine restaurants in the town during your stay at Calisto & Destino in beautiful Carvoeiro. The characterful village of Carvoeiro is certain to fill you with unforgettable holiday memories.
Portugal is a history rich country and there are many fascinating sights that you can explore such as the flame red castle of Silves once a Moorish capital, or try visiting the town Caldas De Monchique which used to be a cure-all spa town in the 19th and 20th centuries. Nowadays people visit here because it’s a charming spot. If you love wildlife, take a trip to the Rio Formosa National Park where there are vast areas of sandy islands and shallow lagoons where birds come to feast.
Whatever tickles your fancy, we are here at Calisto & Destino to help you make your holidays an unforgettable memory.