Pestana Alvor Praia

The Pestana Alvor Praia has a long beach, panoramic ocean views and a secluded garden. From the clifftop overlooking the beach, you can take a lift down to the pretty sands when you stay here. Down on the beach, you’ll find loungers and beach bars.

At the hotel, the pool takes pride of place. It’s circled by neat rows of sunbeds and palm trees. Children also get their own pool, and there’s an indoor one if you need to escape the heat.

For breakfast and dinner, the garden-view restaurant serves buffets, and there’s also an a la carte menu from Friday to Sunday.

Overview of Alvor

On a holiday to the Algarve you can expect world-class golf courses, Blue Flag beaches and year-round sun. The Algarve is a big hit with families, too, and, with such a wide variety of activities available, it’s easy to see why.

The Pestana Alvor Praia is in the popular resort of Alvor. Brimming with character, stays in Alvor are packed with history, culture and adventure. If you’d rather relax with a good book, then the beaches are some of the best in all of Portugal.

Things to do in Alvor

When you stay at the Pestana Alvor Praia, the centre of Alvor is only two kilometres away. This former fishing village is now a popular tourist resort that has maintained much of its traditional Portuguese charm.

Down by the front, picturesque views will take your breath away, so pull up a table in one of the bars and restaurants, order a drink and really appreciate those views.

The beach is even closer. Just take the elevator down to the front. You’ll feel like a VIP as you emerge on to the sands.

Just beyond central Alvor is the Ria de Alvor Nature Reserve. Here you can walk on the boards and really make the most of the surroundings.

Alvor will capture your heart from the moment you arrive at this picturesque location to the second you leave.


Resort Summary

A well-known historical area among the Portuguese people, Alvor is where one of the country’s most illustrious leaders King Joao II died in 1495. That period in time is depicted in some of the remains of the area such as the 16th century Matriz de Alvor church, with its beautiful Manueline Gothic arches and lavishly detailed altar, though much of it was rebuilt in the 18th century in a Rococo style.

While the charming properties and gorgeous cobbled streets of the old village are the main feature of this quaint area, on the main street you’ll find modern bars and restaurants where you can look down right onto the harbour, which sits on the Alvor River’s lagoon.