- Open planned Living and dining room
- Modern Kitchen
- Open fireplace
- Air conditioning
- Garden Terrace
- 1 Twin Bedroom
- Master bedroom with Air conditioning and sun terrace
- Family bathroom
- Covered parking for 1 car
- Condominium Fees 1325 Euros per annum
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Porches is a beautiful Algarvian village situated in Lagoa. The town is most famous for its crafts and wine production. The village has very ancient origins, with traces of human occupation since the distant Neolithic period. The region was also thought to have been an important Roman settlement due to being next to the sea.
Cova Redonda Beach has small patches of sand scattered amongst rock formations carved out by erosion. The beach is surrounded by high cliffs and lies to the east of Senhora da Rocha Beach.
Lagoa is situated just a few miles away from the coast and the nearby towns of Carvoeiro and Ferragudo. The lower course of the river Arade also marks the border with neighbouring Portimão.
Some of the best known golf courses are also located between Lagoa and Carvoeiro. They are the Gramacho and Pinta courses and the 9 hole golf course of Vale do Milho.
The main square of Ferragudo is lined with cafes and is the perfect spot for a breakfast coffee and pastry.
From the water front there are cobbled streets that lead up hill to Ferragudo’s church. From the terrace in front of the church are some great views over the Arade to Portimão.
Ferragudo main beach is considered to be Praia Grande which lies on the far side of the Castelo de São João de Arade. This is a good-sized stretch of sand and it faces into the calm waters of the estuary making swimming pretty safe here.
The nearby beaches also offer a range of water sports including kayaking and windsurfing. To get to one of the nearby ocean beaches you’ll have to head a little further out of town and beyond the breakwater that protects the mouth of the river.
Fishing is still a big part of Ferragudo’s culture, and is constantly happening in the background. Walk down to the harbour and you can watch the fishermen as they moor up with that day’s catch.
Ferragudo also has plenty of great restaurants. Despite it being quite a small town, there are enough restaurants to visit