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... burgeoning veg plot and a shady stable for their Shire 'Ben' and Irish tinker pony. Olaf has taught himself to make tipis and two 8m tipis stand proudly on the land. Their sun bleached canvas gentle tugging with the breeze which thankfully skims across the slopes. the swimming lake is blissful! The dark 6m depths are home to carnivorous fish, frogs and dragonflies, edged with dense bull rushes. We drove away from the wind whipped coast yesterday so we've been ...
... nighttime activities consisted of comparing Portuguese lagers and watching penalties, you can tell the Dutch have been practicing, they even have a special keeper only for shoot-outs. Hats off to Costa Rica in any case. Today we might quickly check out Faro, but our next stop is now inland. Evora, another unesco heritage place, awaits us in the ...
... are going up slightly. The highlight of today was undeniably the best beach I've seen so far in Portugal, Carvalho beach near Lagoa, between Lagos and Albufeira. Some places in Lagoa look like a Portuguese version of Beverly Hills, but it has really sweet collection of cove beaches. See pictures below. Tomorrow, we may or may not make it to ...
... and we finally managed to have a swim in the sea (I think I stayed 5 minutes inside). The beach itself, Dona Ana, was actually very pretty, down a cove between cliffs, deep green water... making it a tropical paradise for Northern Europeans. You can count on them to be here to enjoy it with you. For dinner, a short walk in the old town and we set our minds on a seafood restaurant again. Cataplana, bacalhau, seafood rice, fish soup, everything fresh, simple ...
Day 1- Arrive into Lagos on the 13th by bus (4.5 hours). When we arrive at the Rising cock we realise it's 99% Australians, even the people that work there. Staying in an 11 bed dorm, all the other girls are from Sydney. Get ready and go see Marty at his work, the green room. We go to the tavern to watch the World Cup, three ...
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Hi, I have used trip advisor in the past but this is the first time I have written a review. This hotel is excellant, the food is amazing with soup or salad for starters several choices of main course numerous salad dishes, two pasta dishes, and multiple desserts. The staff are very friendly and helpful and the whole hotel is spotlessly clean.Each evening there is children's entertainment around 8pm and a show around 10:15 pm. The only slight downside is the pool is alittle cool, but its only minor and should not put you off a visit to this excellant all inclusive hotel.
Thank you and enjoy.
Wir waren für eine Woche hier im Hotel und es war die beste Woche, die ich jemals hatte. Das Personal war sehr freundlich und immer sehr hilfsbereit. Das Essen war großartig, es gab immer eine Fisch- oder Fleischmahlzeit und viele Nebengerichte. Das Essen für die Kinder war auch gut. Was den Kuchen angeht, so habe ich noch nie in meinen Leben soviel Süsskram gegessen aber man konnte einfach nicht widerstehen - zauberhaft. Um den Pool herum gab es auch immer Snacks, das war toll für die Kinder. Die Zimmer waren fantastisch, sauber und hatten alles, was wir brauchten. Das Zimmermädchen kam jeden Tag. Die Pools waren super, es gibt einen rieisigen Pool für die Erwachsenen und einen etwas kleineren für die Kinder, beide waren immer sauber. Ich würde dieses Hotel all denjenigen empfehlen, die einen schönen Familienurlaub erleben möchten weil es hier viel für Kinder zu tun gibt. Die Anlage selbst ist ruhig bietet aber jede Menge Restaurants wenn Sie mal eine Abwechslung suchen. Der Strand ist zu Fuß innerhalb von 10 Minuten zu erreichen.
We stayed at the Clube Humbria for a week at the end of May & had a really nice time. The rooms are really nice with a lounge area with a TV annd also had cooking facilities.
The hotel is in a quiet fishing village between Vilamoura and Albufeira. The village has a supermarket with a few bars and restaurants. The local beach is superb our whole family found the days at the beach as the highlights.
we stayed in this hotel for a week and it was the best week i have ever had . The staff were very freindly and were allways willing to help.The food was grate there was always a fish and a meat dish and plenty to go with them. The food for the kids was good to . And as for the cakes i have never ate as much sweet stuff in my life but you just could not resist they were lovely. They also had snacks round the pool wich were grate for the kids . The rooms were fantastic they were clean and eveything was in it that we needed the maid was in everyday. The pools were brill they have a massive one for adults and a smaller one for kids they are alwas clean. i would recomend this hotel to any one who wants a good family holiday there is plenty to keep the kids busy. the resort its self is quiet but plenty of resturants if you fancy a change for a nite. The beach is a 10 min walk away .
If you have a family and wish a good all round holiday then go to Clube Humbria. The staff were very helpful, the hotel itself was brand new, clean, and well equiped with all the little luxuries that you would want from a package holiday. Located in Olhos d'Agua, it is a 15 minute drive from Albufeira or Vilamoura. We went on the trip to 'Slide and Splash' and it was the best trip of the holiday with the water park fantastic for kids and adults, however the one complaint was that booking through the hotel we had to pick up throughout Albufeira and it took 90 minutes to get there. (Going by yourself in a taxi would have been about 25 minutes). There is plenty shops and cafes situated close to the hotel and the beach is about 10 minutes walking distance. The hotel food in the dining hall was fantastic with a wide choice of fruit, veg , meat and breads at every meal time. Breakie, lunch and dinner.
Quiet and relaxing
We came here after finding the first hotel we should have been at wasnt finished. The apartment type rooms were very good clean and spacious. Food was fine but not a huge choice, the allinclusive drinks were pretty rank so paid extra for branded drinks. I hate hotel entertainment and this was no exception just involves brits making fools of themselves, but horses for courses. The pool area was good but i would imagine would get really busy in peak season. Other clients were moaning about everything but we only paid £300 per person and i thought it was good value at that price. Area is ok there is a lovely cove at the bottom of the road, beware piclpockets in Albufeira, i was stalked twice and we thought the place was a bit ropey. Go to the marina for a bit of the highlife
Fantastic family fun
We wanted a quiet holiday which is exactly what we got although if you wanted you could join in the more lively entertainment provided each night. Kids loved the buffet style restaurant. Staff friendly and extremely helpful. Kids club not overly pushy and kids of all nationalities made to feel at home. The apartments were very clean and well equipped. Pool area kept very clean and washed down every night including the sun loungers! Cannot rate this hotel high enough.