One of the most privileged locations in the Algarve

Centrally located, with easy access to the trans Algarve motorway and some 40 minutes from Faro airport, Amyra Parque is close to many of the major attractions and golf courses plus the beach and Salgados lagoon yet is tucked away from the mainstream developments.

13 hectares of Protected Environment

Spectacular Algarve location
Amyra Parque is a secure, gated resort surrounded on all sides by fig orchards, vineyards, pasture and natural landscape yet only a few minutes away from delightful seafood restaurants and cafes along the coast.

Koi lakes, Alpaca pasture and a natural swimming lake are some of the unusual features.

QUALITY LIVING IN 

A NATURAL SETTING WITH LOTS TO DO

LUXURY
LIVING IN

A NATURAL SETTING

For the energetic

Tennis courts, padel courts, badminton and volleyball, jogging track, pitch and putt, swimming pools and natural lake, bowling  green, indoor and outdoor gymnasium.

 

With relaxation and health in mind

Wellness centre and Spa, yoga and Pilates decks, sunbathing, relaxation areas and gardens.

 

For those remote working 

A fully equipped business centre with High speed WiFi and support when required plus meeting rooms and conference facilities.
All this, set in spacious gardens with lakes, ponds, and water features. If those recreations don’t suit you, Amyra Parque is a 15-minute drive from five star quality golf course.
The little ones will love that the ever popular Zoomarine theme park, Slide and Splash water park, and the magnificent Fiesa Sand City exhibition are all in the neighbourhood too.

THE RESTAURANT

SNACK AND BAR

Farm to Fork

A special feature is the farm to fork restaurant, specializing in natural products some from Amyra Parque’s own gardens and the balance from locally sourced suppliers and fishermen.

The Sunken Bar

The perfect environment to enjoy a cocktail at the end of the day or a beer or two after day on the golf course or tennis court.

Nearby places

A short drive to the North brings you to the ancient castle town of Silves, formerly the capital of the region. Silves has many small cobbled streets to explore with local shops and some excellent restaurants whilst a visit to the castle itself is a must.

 

A little further to the North are the Monchique hills and nature reserve with delightful forests and stunning views.

 

A long walk along the beach (or a short drive) brings you to Armação da Pera, one of the oldest fishing villages in the Algarve but now developed as a tourist destination with shops, cafes, excellent seafood restaurants and bars.

 

Beaches, coves and cliff top walks are all neaby whilst the lively towns of Carvoeiro, Albufeira and Vilamoura are all within easy reach.