30 November, 2014

Villas in Portugal: 4 regions in Algarve to invest

Here are four prime locations in the Algarve for you to invest in villas in Portugal.


Villas in Portugal: 4 top regions in Algarve to have yours

Vilamoura is one of the largest single tourist complexes in Europe and it comprises one of the three corners of what is today known as Algarve’s Golden Triangle. The closest airport is in Faro and the existing infrastructure includes all the community services required in a residential area: a school, multi-denominational church, post office and medical centres. It’s a cherished location by those who are looking to invest in villas in Portugal. In addition, Vilamoura Marina is one of the main centres of attraction in the Algarve, offering a wide range of tourist and leisure activities. It is the largest and most important marina in Portugal and it was presented with the maximum 5 Anchors distinction by Yacht Harbour Association, Gold Award Scheme prize. There are plenty of nice cafés, restaurants, waterside bars and a new deck zone. There are also newsagents, banks, international brands and general stores and a variety of traditional handicraft shops and boutiques. Active visitors and residents have nearly every conceivable sport on their doorstep to choose from. The five 18-hole golf courses offer enough golf to test every aspects a player’s game. There is a horse riding centre, a lawn bowling club, a tennis centre and sport centres offering squash, badminton, weight training and aerobics. Joggers have cross-country trails. Vilamoura is also known for its beaches, three kilometres of golden sand and transparent waters! Definitely recommended as a top location for investing in villas in Portugal area.



Villas in Portugal: 4 top regions in Algarve to have yours

Almancil is a small town on the southern shoreline of Portugal enjoying a warm climate around the year. It has become an important hub for service providers catering for the needs of two well-established holiday and residential developments nearby. These are Quinta do Lago and Vale do Lobo. There is a large selection of restaurants offering different forms of cuisine. There are also real estate offices, supermarkets, flower shops, garden centres, interior decorators and furnishing shop. It is the ideal place to invest in villas in Portugal if you are looking for something tranquile and extremely picturesque.



Villas in Portugal: 4 top regions in Algarve to have yoursOlhão is an urban community in the Algarve region of southern Portugal with a population of about 45,396, in an area of 130.86 km². Located near the regional capital Faro, it is a fishing port, home of the Bela brand sardines and Conserveira do Sul’s Manná range of processed fish products. Along with Faro, Loulé and Tavira, Olhão forms a conurbation with the city of Faro, from the eastern and central Algarve. It is a good option for investing in villas in Portugal.



Villas in Portugal: 4 top regions in Algarve to have yours

Quarteira is a Portuguese civil parish, in the municipality of Loulé in the Algarve. The settlement of the region dates back to, at least, the Roman occupation of the Iberian Peninsula (at one time confused with the village of Carteia). For several centuries, Quarteira was a modest fishing village, situated on the edge of a 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) beach, encircled by pines. Created in 1916, the civil parish quickly became known for its beaches, fishing and its forests of pine. It also stands for a great location for investing in villas in Portugal.