This ground floor 1 bedroom apartment is located in the heart of the charming seaside village of Praia da Luz, only 350 meters from the beach (approx 3 minutes walking distance to the beach) and within the Luz Ocean Club resort. The apartment is well furnished and fully equipped to ensure you enjoy your holiday. The bedroom has twin beds and with fitted wardrobes. A spacious living/dinning room and a terrace with small garden for you to enjoy alfresco eating. Guests staying in this apartment have full access to the Luz Ocean Club facilities which includes reception service and 2 family swimming pools (May to October). There are also 3 tennis courts available, at an extra charge.
Wireless Internet available in the apartment.
The Apartment has free WI-Fi.
Due to the geographical apartment location, this is ideal for the golfers entusiastics as there are several Golf courses near by, within 5-15 minutes drive.
Praia da Luz: Praia da Luz is a stunning holiday destination on Western Algarve cost line and has everything to offer including an excellent all year round climate, a beautiful, easily accessible blue flag beach with a wide range of water sports from May to October. Praia da Luz offers a superb choice of restaurants and café/bar's to choose from. There are also banks, post office, shops, pharmacy and doctors clinic. The village has 2 local supermarkets, the main being Batista which is only 100 meters down the road from the apartment and is superbly stocked as well as having the benefit of a fresh bakery and butchery in store.
The village has a very relaxed atmosphere and the locals are extremely welcoming. Perfect for those who want a relaxing beach holiday.
There is a superb cliff top walks which gives you stunning and panoramic scenery of Praia da Luz.
To explore nearby by...
Within a five minute drive away is the historic fishing town of Lagos, one, if not the most attractive town in the Algarve. Lagos combines old cobbled streets with traditional restaurants, bars and plenty of shops. Browse the sports cruisers and transatlantic yachts at the bustling Lagos marina or simply sit and watch at one of the café bars. It is also home to the truly spectacular 6km Meia Praia beach, one of the longest and most spectacular beaches in the Algarve.
Lagos is also rich in culture. There are many historic buildings including churches, museum and Europe’s first 15th Century slave market. The impressive town walls, still largely intact, date back to Roman times. Lagos was also the home of Henry the Navigator, famous for the voyages of discovery that changed both Portugal and the world.
Travel west and explore the quieter picturesque fishing villages of Burgau and Salema or discover your very own isolated beach for the day. At Sagres and Cape St Vincent you can stand on the most south-westerly point in continental Europe where the ancients thought the world ended.
Take a refreshing drive inland to the spectacular Monchique mountains and explore the surrounding green countryside. The mountains offer breathtaking views, where on a clear day you can see almost from one end of the Algarve coastline to the other. Monchique has a reputation for serving up some of the best Chicken Piri-Piri in the Algarve. Other various local dishes are worth a try. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from along the road to Foia and also along the road to Caldas de Monchique. It’s hard to choose between them, as they all offer good value for money and tasty food.