No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Atismar
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atismar Quarteira
Travel Blogs from Quarteira
Alvor was a treat. Arriving at about lunchtime we went to look at the Aire which was huge open and pretty full. Parked up by the beach instead and had Lunch and LUDO had a run before deciding to go to a site. We stayed for two nights in the 'tranquil' part of the camp. We were in a verdant hollow surrounded by green with our own BBQ almond trees and beautiful birds. Weather was a bit drizzly but it ...
... of sigarettes. Or wine. I think that will make it my first birthday without wine and sigarettes in 40 years. Or even chocolate. That will probably make it my first birthday in 55 years without chocolate.
Just in case I paint too rosy a picture of this wonderful Silves I feel obliged to tell the bad things.
The dogs. So I told before about the lethargic town dogs who roam free but dont seem particularly skinny. They lie in packs on the pavements and ...
Hi all, we are still in Silves. Unbeknown to us, we seem to have landed on one of the best campsites around and now we are reluctant to move on. It is good as we are close to the historical town centre (5 mins) which is seriously old (still the Moors and Christians fighting after they kicked out the Romans), there is electric connections, free internet, a supermarket two minutes away, good showers, few tourists and loads ...
Hello again, After I published the first blog of today I noticed my heading was wrong. Sometimes the computer changes a word to what it thinks I meant and I neglected to proof read my entry. So the title has been changed to what it should have been in the first place! So only a couple of photos taken a couple of weeks ago and I just never included them before. So again, Happy New Year, Adventure ...
... use, particularly the laptop, without the need to rely on camp electricity. We can now stay off the Grid more often. But when you can get a powered site for €4 it is not a major benefit.
I have explored a solar panel (PV) and decided to wait until were get to Morocco, where I have heard that they are cheaper again. The installation of this will mean that we can be even more independent. Let's hope Santa has one in his ...