Calisto & Destino holiday in Carvoeiro

images NewA Calisto & Destino Carvoeiro Rentals family holiday is a great opportunity for some quality family time with activities for the kids and peace and quiet for the adults. With family programs and exciting range of entertainment, you can get the most from your holiday. Book a family holiday today with Calisto & Destino Carvoeiro Rentals and make your holiday an unforgettable memory.

Whether you’re looking for a languid, lazy time or more of an activity trip, your family holiday to Carvoeiro images Algarve 1can be exactly the way you want it. Check out our recommendations of what …to see and things to do before you go and while you’re there, try local food, mingle with friendly locals and visit beautiful historical sites.

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Calisto & Destino Carvoeiro Rentals in the Algarve, Portugal

carvoeiro_beachCarvoeiro is a tranquil part of the Algarve that stems from humble beginnings as a small fishing village. It has a beautiful, secluded, sandy beach where life spins round the cities’ main square.

This amazing town is home to a great natural harbour and remains sheltered from the winds due to its location between rocky headlands .

The close beach is not big, but extraordinarily clean and beautiful, with neighbouring beaches within easy walking distance. For beach lovers we recommend Calisto & Destino Carvoeiro Rentals as your base for your fantastic holiday stay.carvoeiro_beach_holiday

The resort has maintained plenty of its character from when it was only a tiny fishing town and this makes it perfect for families looking to relax on a golden beach.

There is quite a lot to do in the region, with one highlight surely being the astonishing rock formations around the shore that can be admired from boat trips round the Algar Seco.

The nightlife here is pretty lively, as is the shopping district with lots of stores providing quaint products – perfect for memencarvoeiro_cafetos, or as gifts to family and friends.

There is also a regional market that opens once every month offering the best in Carvoeiro’s pottery, leather products and embroidered linens. If you like strolling through markets await discovery.

Topped off by some exquisite restaurants that cater to all palates Carvoeiro is a perfect place for those who want to enjoy all the Algarve has to supply in a more tranquil, peaceful setting.images New

My top 10 list of must see places in Algarve


  1.     Carvoeiro is a fantastic  town to visit famous for its beaches and caves, everything is within reach unlike some other places in the Algarve.
  2.    Monchique  is one of Portugal’s pre-eminent health spa and sulphur bath resorts. The town is nestled in a wooded area away from the coast, amid the splendid peaks of the Serra de Monchique. As a result, Monchique’s combination of hot springs and spectacular agricultural bounty offer up a totally different side of the Algarve.
  3.    Lagos is a coastal town that provides both beach and history to Algarve tourists. You get it all here, from the phenomenal 18th century Igreja de Santo António to the brilliant white sand confines of Meia Praia and Praia da Dona Ana. For scenery, local cuisine and architecture, Lagos is about as good as it gets in the Algarve.
  4.    Silves  as the former capital of the Algarve, Silves is vitally important within the region. The municipality of more than 30,000 people has some great points of interest to explore, from Silves Cathedral to a Moorish castle built between the 8th century and 13th century.
  5.    Lagoa  is what I love most about the Algarve. A small town of just over 6,000 people, with a deep history and palpable sense of culture, tradition and heritage. All up against a coastline with at least twenty superb and rustic beaches (and many Blue Flag beauties to boot).
  6.     Portimão With over 45,000 residents, the city of Portimão is a significant community within the Algarve. The Praia da Rocha is a famous Portimão beach and the city is a notable stop on the famous Lisbon-Dakar rally route. All in all, a good place to lay low and relax.
  7.     Sagres Anyone who loves Portuguese beer is probably familiar with Sagres. The famous brand of native cerveja and small Algarve town share the same designation. Although not a frenetic tourist haven by any stretch of the imagination, Sagres Point is a magnificent promontory in use as a ceremonial site since the Neolithic Age.
  8.     Albufeira ’s “Strip” is a premier nightlife district that rivals counterparts in Ibiza and the Costa del Sol in terms of popularity. The city is the undeniable tourist hub of the Algarve, with close to 40,000 people and scores of hotels slammed up chock-a-block against the coast.
  9.     Cape St Vincent is Europe’s most South Westerly point and is still an important shipping landmark, with it’s very own lighthouse that is visible from 50 miles away.
  10.     Alvor is a great town with great beaches and good sightseeing. Great on the beach restaurants .