PortoBay Falesia

The stylish PortoBay Falesia has some of the very best views in the Algarve.

Perched on a clifftop, this place has two pools. One’s a huge tranquil lake, and the other is indoor, next to the spa. By the main pool, there’s a children’s pool and a bar that serves drinks and a la carte lunches.

Evenings are generally quiet, but the lounge bar often hosts live music, and if you fancy a boogie, there’s a dance floor. For meals, you’ll find two restaurants.

Overview of Olhos de Agua

The Algarve is Portugal’s most visited region. Think world-famous beaches fly numerous Blue Flags and some of the world’s best golf courses. With year-round warm weather and excellent local cuisine, the Algarve is one of Britain’s favourite holiday destinations.

The resort of Olhos de Agua is known for its limestone cliffs and freshwater springs. One of the top spots if you’re looking for an authentic holiday to the Algarve, the cobbled Olhos de Agua is still a place where you can watch the fishermen bring in the catch of the day. Active families will also find a water park and an animal park close by.

Things to do in Olhos de Agua

From the PortoBay Falesia, it’s only 127 steps to the eight kilometres of sand below. You’ll feel like a VIP descending to your own little slice of heaven.

Plus, if you fancy getting out and exploring, Olhos de Agua is only 500 metres away. It has a great selection of bars and restaurants lining the cobbled streets, serving everything from traditional Portuguese cooking to Indian fare.

After dark, Olhos de Agua has a varied but rowdy nightlife with cocktail lounges, sports bars and live music performances.

With beaches galore and traditional cuisine, a stay in Olhos de Agua gives you with a taste of authentic Portugal.


Resort Summary

Like many Algarve resorts, Olhos de Agua started life as a fishing village and grew to accommodate tourists. Fishermen still bring in their haul, ready to serve at local restaurants that evening. Here, you’ll get an authentic Portuguese holiday, where even the souvenir shops sell handmade local products.

Olhos de Agua is ideally situated for a relatively quiet break but within 15 minutes of two exciting towns. To the west is Albufeira with its old Moorish town and great shopping and bar scene. It’s the same distance east to the chic marina town of Vilamoura, which offers boutique shops and Roman ruins. Olhos de Agua is also only half an hour from Faro Airport so when you land you can be there in no time.