The Serenity Spa and its ‘art of wellbeing’ is the jewel in the resort. Inspired by the Algarve’s abundant natural resources, it is not only rich in facilities, but also in knowledge. There are 12 treatment rooms so it’s great for small groups, and we particularly love the Kneipp therapy pool.
What better environment to learn or hone your tennis skills in, than the balmy air of Portugal, with the skills and expertise inspired by tennis legend Annabel Croft on one of five full size ATP floodlit courts.
There are several restaurants at the hotel, but when in Portugal, the Algarvian style fresh seafood at the O Pescador Restaurant is a favourite.
There is a beach club from which you can sip cocktails while you take in the view, and of course Falésia Beach – seven kilometres of sand flanked by high cliff tops – it’s mesmerising.
Jet-skiing, water skiing, wake boarding, ringo riding, couch riding, banana rides, pedal boats, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding are just a few of the water sports available.
Yoga, Pilates, zumba and Latin dance are amongst the indoor activities to help you feel fit and fab.
For those visiting with children, there’s a 7000 square metre Porto Pirata children’s village, where parents can leave children supervised. For kids aged six months to eight years, the playground has two life-size wooden pirate ships. There are also daily activities organised by age including finger painting, arts and crafts, treasure hunts, water games, face painting and various sporting activities.
The view from the hotel is a delight, and from each of the leisure activities and facilities you can take it all in – sun, sea, sand and verdant green.
A state of the art race track nearby and home the World Superbike Championships. Here you can take part in driving experiences, karting and track days.
Visit the old town of Albufeiram which is scattered with traditional Portuguese fishing boats and Algarvian white washed houses, Portimão – a famous fishing village where dozen of boats unload their catch of tuna and sardines, or Sagres which played an important role in historic Portuguese discoveries in the 15th century.
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