Hotel Sao Sebastiao de Boliqueime

Rua Dr. Joao Baptista Ramos Faisca no. 51, Boliqueime, Algarve, 8100-070, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Dr. Joao Baptista Ramos Faisca no. 51, Boliqueime, is near Vilamoura Marina, Praia da Falesia, Pinhal Golf Course, and Cerro da Vila.
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    Travel Blogs from Boliqueime

    Beaches, Sangria and Seafood

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    Portugal is rapidly becoming our favorite place in the world. Why, you ask? Three reasons: interesting and beautiful beaches, pitchers of sangria and flavorful, fresh seafood. Here in Praia de Luz we have found all three within easy access. We're enjoying the variety and changing flavors of Portugal, especially this Algarve region.

    This morning we went for a walk on the Praia de Luz beach. Normally the ...

    Old Town, Lagos

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... shops selling hardware, souvenirs or jewelry. We've enjoyed exploring the village but it was time to venture a little farther afield--about 10 miles, actually. We hopped on the bus and rode to Lagos, the closest town and visited their old town area and walked along the marina. This is where most of the area's boating excursions leave. You can take a boat trip to see ...

    Beach Resort in Portugal

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Sep 04, 2014

    21 photos

    ... more like a lake. Lots of little cafes and bars line the tiled beach walk, as well as many little shops selling beach clothing and souvenirs. We've had two hour lunches in the beach cafes, complete with liter pitchers of sangria both yesterday and today. The sangria is amazing, so light and really tasty. It's been a bit different at each of the cafes we've sampled, so we decided we need to ...

    What's with all the wind?

    A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Aug 28, 2014

    12 photos

    After our less than peaceful night at Sagres, we were keen to head on to Lagos, which seemed more like the Algarve proper. It wasn't far - only about 15 miles - and we headed off early with a reasonable wind to allow us to sail along happily. One thing we very much like about this new coast is the total lack of swell and waves in general; even with the wind hitting 20 knots as we headed east, the coast on our port side sheltered us from the ...

    Osh Kosh Lagosh

    A travel blog entry by rileyloris_trip on Aug 24, 2014

    10 photos

    ... telling me these are probably the best nachos she's ever had!" So last night when we went back, Lori was unaware that this conversation had occurred between myself and the waiter but he came and sat down beside us, winked at me and then asked "so you're back again tonight huh?" To which Lori replied "yes, the food was just so good we had to come for more!" He replied to her with "I can tell you know good food, is your dad an amazing chef?" At this point im giggling ...