Found in a perfect scenery between the mountain and the sea, Villa Oliva I is a Rural Tourism facility surrounded by an olive orchard and a small production of Extra Virgin olive oil.
Located just a few km from the city of Olhão – Algarve’s largest port and fishing town, known also for its famous Marketplace and its reputation for being the gastronomical capital of the Algarve.
Feel right at home in a typically Portuguese space
With its traditional architecture, Villa Oliva I has a total of 6 rooms, 3 of them in its main building together with a large living room and a fully equipped kitchen, and the 3 others with direct access to the garden and a common fully equipped kitchen just outside and with access to the swimming pool area.
All the rooms have a cosy, typically Portuguese decore, with a full bathroom and are equipped with air conditioning to make you feel at home and make your stay as comfortable as possible.
About 100 meters away, Villa Oliva II is a Local Lodging with a total of 6 rooms, 2 of them in the old house, together with two small living rooms, a fully equipped kitchen and exclusive access to the upper terrace, and the 4 others with direct access to the garden and a large living room and a fully equipped kitchen.
A perfect scenery between mountain and the sea
Found in a perfect scenery between the mountain and the sea, Villa Oliva is a Rural Tourism facility surrounded by an olive orchard and a small production of Extra Virgin olive oil.
At Villa Oliva I and II you can enjoy the tranquillity of the “Barrocal”, which is still one of Algarve´s well-kept secret, walk along our olive trees or relax by the swimming pool.
You can prepare your own meals and have them outside near the swimming pool or enjoy the view of the upper terrace or make a barbecue.
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With numerous trails and secondary roads, cycling tours are also a good way to discover the charms of this very special Algarve.
Explore the beauty of the Natural Park of Ria Formosa, a unique natural reserve, taking a ride on a traditional boat or practice bird watching are all highly recommended.