This tastefully restored town house is located on a quiet pedestrian lane on the border of the historical centre of Tavira, often known as the 'Jewel of the Algarve'. A perfect base for a peaceful holiday, with no need to drive as all amenities are within 5 - 10 minutes walk.
Catch the beach boat from the river Gilao downstream to the beautiful islands in front of Tavira. Enjoy the 12km stretch of white sand beach, observe the traditional fishing and farming in and around Tavira, catch some wonderful sunsets over the rolling hills surrounding Tavira and home to many 'timeless' villages. Sample the freshness of good native ingredients in the many restaurants around Tavira, dining 'al fresco' in the many sidewalk cafes and restaurants that invite us to take time out to observe the lifestyles and movements of people out and about town.
Comprising a kitchen with dining and living room, 3 bedrooms, one ensuite, annexed from the other two bedrooms and bathroom, but accessed through the same private courtyard, this house offers ample space for couples and families.
A beautifully structured wooden roof over the rooms also supplies shade to part of the courtyard area while other parts remain great sunspots. An ideal location for families with small children as the courtyard is secure and child friendly. Pets are also welcome, there will be a small charge for them.
The kitchen is also modern with all appliances and comforts one might need on holiday.
Beach towels are provided and we have three bicycles you are welcome to use!
There is a cot and high chair provided. Please let us know if you have any other requirements.
Suitable for elderly.
This is a semi detached property with a few neighbours further up the lane and not at all overlooked.
The lane is cobbled and pedestrianised. Accessed some meters away from parking and tarmac roads.
As a town property this remains a quiet area
Ashtrays are provided for smoking outside the property.
The Ria Formosa Nature Reserve is a paradise for walkers and birdwatchers alike. For people who prefer a little more strenuous exercise there is also a local kitesurfing school, horse riding, tennis and many mountain bike trails. Boats leave the pier for deep-sea fishing all along the Algarve Coast.
An excellent commuter train service connects all the coastal towns of the Algarve with a frequency of 1 train per hour during the day and connects Tavira with the twice daily Faro-Lisbon express. The Spanish border is 20 minutes away, while Seville is 90 minutes drive or a little longer by the twice daily express bus.
Tavira is an ideal town for family holidays, the town itself is a charming mix of old and new – Roman, Moorish and Portuguese features abound. There are many restaurants and fish is a specialty. Inexpensive restaurants, bars and cafes abound in Tavira and the surrounding villages. From June through September, there is an abundance of street entertainment in the form of concerts, street theatre, markets, fairs and processions.