Pestana Alvor South Beach

With an Art Deco look and a beachfront location, the Pestana Alvor South Beach brings a touch of Miami to the Algarve. Expect contemporary interiors, old-school touches and designs influenced by South Beach in Miami.

In the hotel grounds, you’ll find a trio of swimming pools towards the beach. Each pool is flanked by sleek decked terraces with sunloungers and luxurious Bali beds.

For mealtimes, the hotel’s Sunset Restaurant offers big breakfast buffets, snacks throughout the day and sublime evening meals. There’s also a waterfront a la carte spot that specialises in seafood. After your evening meal, sip cocktails in the lounge.

Overview of Alvor

A holiday to the Algarve provides something for everyone. Any budding Tiger Woods will discover world-class golf courses, while beach bunnies will find Blue Flag beaches and year-round warm weather.

Alvor is a destination full of charm and character: cobbled streets, plenty of bars and restaurants, and a beach that offers a lovely escape. There’s history and culture everywhere you look and a new attraction on each street. Whether you want a holiday packed with history, fancy relaxing on a powdery beach or need to work on your swing, a stay at the Pestana Alvor South Beach is perfect for you.

Things to do in Alvor

Alvor Beach is at the foot of Pestana Alvor South Beach hotel. All you need to do is wander through the pool area to reach the fine cream-coloured sands.

The old-world charm of Alvor village is only a 10-minute walk away, too. Here, you’ll find oceanfront restaurants with phenomenal views.

If you fancy a day of adventure, head to the Ria de Alvor Nature Reserve. This impressive boardwalk reconnects you with nature and stretches for miles across numerous habitats.

The Algarve is the most visited region of Portugal, so whether you want to enjoy a round of golf, soak up the sun or explore wildlife habitats, this is the place for you.


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.