Tailored to perfection
An exclusive resort perfect for a spa or golf break in the Algarve, Quinta do Lago holidays allow you to be as active or relaxed as you like. The many activities on offer make this ideal for couples and families wanting to keep active, while the soft sands of the beach provide plenty of opportunities to relax. Faro Airport is just a short drive away, making this ideal for families with impatient little ones.
Choose from one of Quinta do Lago’s professional standard golf courses and soak up the sun as you take in the views and work on your game. Five star spas are dotted along the coastline and offer the perfect way to relax, with a range of treatment dating back to traditional methods. Families will love the tennis, water sports and horse riding, with beautiful countryside and glittering seas just waiting to be explored.
At Sovereign we’ll ensure you get the most from your luxury holidays in Quinta do Lago. All of our holidays come with airport transfers and airport lounges as standard, while we can also take care of all your added extras. We can arrange cribs and baby facilities, as well as a welcome bottle of champagne for those special occasions.
Each of our hotels has been carefully selected by our expert team who will find your ideal luxury holidays in Quinta do Lago. Conrad Algarve is home to a fantastic array of facilities, with sophisticated restaurants serving fresh local fish and seafood dishes and locally sourced vegetables from the surrounding farmlands. Enjoy the infinity pool as you soak in the views of the Mediterranean or dine at the hotel’s Michelin starred restaurant.
Flights from the UK to the Algarve take around 2 hours 40 minutes.
Transfer time from Faro airport to Quinta do Lago is approximately 30 minutes.
Summers in the Algarve get pretty scorching, so beach-goers can expect the mercury to top 30°C in July and August. The shoulder months of April, May and October stay at a pleasantly toasty low 20s, and even in winter, things rarely drop below 15°C – ideal for year-round golfers.
Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Portugal.
A service charge won’t typically be added to your restaurant bill in the Algarve, so it’s common to leave a tip of around 10% of the bill. The same goes for taxi drivers – aim for 10% or round up your fare to the nearest euro. Tipping is not expected for bar staff, hotel porters or maids, although a euro or two would be appreciated for excellent service.
The official language of Portugal is Portuguese. English is widely spoken too, so getting by is easy.