Pedras da Rainha

Address: A Pedras d Rainha Cabanas, Tavira, Algarve, 8800-591, Portugal | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A Pedras d Rainha Cabanas, Tavira, is near Pego Do Inferno, Mount Foia, and Quinta da Ria.
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Travel Blogs from Tavira

Crossing the river to Portugal

A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Nov 05, 2014

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We are now in Portugal thanks to a tip we received from our last airbnb host. We were having some difficulty getting a bus to Tavira, Portugal as the schedule at this time of year has less frequent runs now that the tourist season is mostly over. Our host recommended we try blablacars.com. Like many of you, we had never heard of this service but as it turns out it is similar to airbnb for lodging. People who are making longer distance trips post their route, price per passenger, # ...

In portugal!

A travel blog entry by eurocake on Nov 03, 2014

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We flew to Algarve (Faro), Portugal for $2289.66 USD (1831.88 Euros). When we arrived there we stayed in a hotel called "sleepin Faro" for $17.81 USD (14.25 Euros). We ate at a resturant called Le Marquis for dinner. We ate pasta and lamb chops for $31.21 USD. For breakfast we ate at Cafe Odeon we ate the Odeon which is 2 eggs on toast, ...

Sur la plage à Culatra - Beached in Culatra

A travel blog entry by karele on Oct 26, 2014

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... where we are "hurricane hole" so we are very well protected. We have got no neighbours just birds (storks and herons) and shellfish around us and it is extremely quiet. So quiet that it is almost strange! From time to time we walk to the village of Culatra which is a 25 minutes walk on the beach when the tide is low. It is a lovely village where there are no cars and no roads and just sand everywhere. Culatra island is basically a long sand bank which is 5.9 Kms ...

Beach day!

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 25, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Portuguese to holiday. We all had a nice time at the beach, although no one got in the water. It started out quite windy, and although this eased off a bit eventually it definitely wasn't as hot as some of the last few days. But it was all nothing a few cocktails couldn't fix! We found a nice spot at a bar right on the waterfront & it was great just to sit & have a couple of drinks looking over the beach! We all felt better for having a relaxing day. We caught the 4pm ...

Belem then travel to Olhão

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... later used as a customs house, a light house & a medical centre. We had to walk up yet another spiral staircase to get to the top, but was worth it for the views over Lisbon and the river. From there we walked down to the monument to the discoveries. This is a massive monument built right on the edge of the water, representing a ship and many of the Portuguese people who went out & discovered and claimed ...