- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite
This hotel thrives on the natural light that is the soul and the colours of the Algarve and transmits simplicity and harmony from the seventeenth century cloisters. The building is located 500m from the historical centre of Tavira, enveloped by salt pans, a deep blue sky and the Atlantic. The Convent, protected by tropical vegetation and whitewashed walls, still emanates the silence of the first 'Capuchins' monks.
This hotel provides its visitors with a very special flair. The former Capochino convent is in private property since 1877 and has been wonderfully adapted. Here you´ll find peace and relaxation, enjoy nature and gain new power. There is a quiet patio and 2 shared kitchens for the guests. The whole house is tastefully designed and some of the rooms have seaview.
At the eastern end of the Algarve. Situated to the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal is proud of its reputation as a calm and peaceful land with hospitable people and gentle way of life. The Algarve is the most southern province of this country – a coastal region with a marked tourist influence. Indeed, its 200 km of beautiful beaches, its average year-round temperatures of 17.5 ºC and its 3,065 hours of sunshine throughout the year make it a favourite destination with tourists from around the world.
To travel by air, the district capital of Faro has an international airport which can be reached by a 3-hour flight from most European capitals,Faro International Airport is less than an hour's drive from here.
The modern road network (IP1; A22; International Guadiana Bridge) means that the cities of Seville and Lisbon are just 2 hours’ drive away along virtually traffic-free motorways, even at peak holiday times. The Algarve is also linked to the European network of railways and its many ports and marinas make it easily accessible by sea.