MEDIA — 23/01/2023

By now the go-to destination for many Brits, the sunny Algarve fist experienced a boom in popularity around 30 years ago. 

Portugal’s southern region is often celebrated for its mesmerizing, sandy beaches which stretch out for miles, and for its stunning, inland vistas consisting of swathes of jaw-dropping, unspoilt nature.

The Yorkshire Post writes that the region’s warm climate, its proximity to England – three hours by plane, give or take – are probably some of the key factors which have enticed tourists over the years.

The Post also highlights the construction of the Ombria Resort in the Algarve and “although still in the building phase, a look around one of the show apartments makes it clear that these properties are for those who enjoy the lap of luxury.”  Each property stands out, offset by the stunning view over the Ombria Golf Course: here, nature seamlessly becomes part of the golfing experience, representing both a challenge and offering quite a different view from regular golf courses.

“The Algarve is a hotspot for golfers and the course is a handy way of honing your game if you don’t have time to play a full 18 at one of the many championship courses in the area.” 

Set to open in autumn 2023 when the first building phase ends, Ombria Resort represents an interesting investment opportunity in the south of Portugal boasting different types of property: from serviced holiday apartments managed by a luxury hotel to private, luxury villas.

A beach club will also open nearby; just a 25-minute drive from the resort, unspoilt nature will frame moments of unrivalled simplicity and beauty.


The Yorkshire Post, 23 January 2023 


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