Villa Nala is in a central position in the prestigious resort of Vale de Lobo close the Vale de Lobo Golf Club, where you will find shopping, a spa, a bar/restaurant and a bank. The beautiful beach and the lively Praca, with a selection of bars and fine restaurants, are also just a few minutes walk away. The Vale de Lobo Tennis Centre is also easily accessible.
The interior is beautiful and modern with an open-plan living/dining room, three sets of doors leading onto the pool terace, and a fully equipped, modern kitchen. Two of the bedrooms are on the first floor and the master suite, with its own terrace, has fantastic views over the Atlantic Ocean.
The attractive swimming pool is free-form and is surrounded by terraces and grass. Next to the pool terrace is the built-in barbeque with a dining table and there is a shaded terrace adjacent to the villa with comfortable sofas.
There is plenty of space for parking on the villa entrance forecourt and carport.
N.B. This villa has Vale do Lobo Club membership. Clients can purchase Vale do Lobo Guest Cards and have the privilege of substantial discounts on golf, restaurants and others facilities. The price is €60 per adult per week. Child passes and bus only passes are also available. Please ask for more details at time of booking.
Tourist licence number 95432/AL
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Things we love
"The Praca in Vale do Lobo is a fabulous place to eat, drink, socialise and enjoy the views. You will find restaurants, bars, cafes and entertainment and there is a real buzz in the summer months. Vale do Lobo resort is perfect for golf enthusiasts but there really is something for everyone so ideal for families and groups of friends wanting to be close to amenities and fabulous beaches."
Things to be aware of
"The restaurants in these resorts can also be a little bit pricey and the menus are often international, so it is worth driving inland for more authentic, traditional and reasonably priced choices."