Villa Rita is a recently rebuilt Algarvian style villa in a quiet area in Algarve, 9 km from the centre of the very famous Albufeira.
Located on a top of a hill, surrounded by orange and almond trees, this spacious property comfortably accommodates 10 persons.
The kitchen is equipped with modern appliances, cabinets and has a large breakfast table.
The equally spacious dining and living area showcase modern and retro furnishings, a fireplace and lovely views over the quiet and green landscape.
Four bedrooms are located on the villa and 1 extra bedroom on the outbuilding that also counts with a support kitchen with barbecue. Air conditioning is available throughout all villa.
On the exterior, a private swimming pool 10 m x 5 m, an outdoor dining area, a mini football pitch, a small basketball pitch and volleyball net will certainly provide a lot of fun and relaxation, complemented by the beautiful mountain and sea views.
The most famous tourist destination in Algarve, Albufeira, is a short drive away, where not only the best beaches in Europe can be found but also a vast range of tourist activities and facilities put together for a unique experience.
Villa Rita awaits your arrival!
Fully equipped kitchen, capsules coffee machine
Dining and living room in open space
1 bedroom with double bed 1.80 m x 2.00 m
1 bedroom with double bed 1.40 m x 1.90
2 bedrooms with 2 single beds 0.90 m x 2.00 m
2 bathrooms with shower
Air conditioning in all bedrooms and living room
Kitchen with charcoal barbecue
1 bedroom with 2 single beds 0.90 m x 2.00 m without AC but there is a fan
1 bathroom with shower
Private swimming pool: 10 m x 5 m x 0.90 m – 1.90 m
Outdoor dining area
Charcoal BBQ in the outdoor kitchen
Mini football goals
Car park up to 4 cars
Praia dos Pescadores: 9 km
Supermarket: 1.2 km
Restaurants and bars: 2.5 km
Train station of Tunes: 2.3 km (no bus)
Uber available in the area
Albufeira centre: 9 km
Salgados Golf Course: 15 km
Aqualand Algarve: 15.8 km
Zoomarine: 11.5 km
Faro Airport: 43 km
Silves is a delightful and traditional Portuguese town that makes for an enjoyable day trip from the coastal resorts of the western Algarve. The peaceful ambiance of the town today does not reflect the historical importance of Silves, which during the North African Moors’ rule of the Algarve (700-1200 ad) was the capital and defensive stronghold of the entire region. Remnants of this illustrious era can be discovered throughout Silves, and include the huge red brick castle, the impregnatable city walls and defensive gates. Today, Silves is an unhurried and charming town that is far removed from the hectic pace of life found along the coastal region of the Algarve. Silves has a lot to offer to tourists and is regarded as the best destination for a day trip from the large resort towns. Silves is a fascinating destination, ideal for those visitors who wish to learn about the early history of the region. During the Moorish era Silves was a major trading location and this strategic importance was bitterly defended with the construction of the mighty castle and the solid city walls. Interestingly, Silves was also an important port, with a constant flow of boats departing for the Mediterranean or North Africa. Today the Arada River’s flow has altered and reduced, now only suitable for tourist boats, but it makes for a cooling backdrop to the town.