Newly Refurbished Villa for Sale near Loulé | 4 Bedrooms

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This newly refurbished villa for Sale near Loulé is located near the quaint and traditional town’s center, within easy access to the Quinta do Lago and Vale do Lobo resorts.
Recently refurbished, this modern property is immaculate and built to great standards. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall, a large kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, a laundry room, a storage room, and a guest bedroom suite. On the 1st floor, there are 3 large suites with individual terraces. The exterior areas include a beautifully landscaped garden with 2 swimming pools, a barbecue area, and several terraces. Beautiful countryside and distant sea views can be enjoyed from the property.
Located in the proximity of the picturesque town of Loulé, within short driving distance of the local restaurants, bars, shops, golden beaches, and golf courses of Quinta do Lago and Vale do Lobo. Faro airport is 20 minutes away. For more information, or to schedule a viewing, please contact the Regency team.


Newly Refurbished Villa for Sale near LouléAbout Loulé: The charming market town of Loulé, nestled approximately 15 kilometers north of Faro in the Algarve, has a rich history dating back to its origins as a Roman fort, likely established in the second century B.C. However, Loulé truly blossomed after the departure of the Romans. During the 8th century Moorish invasions, Loulé emerged as a vibrant trading center and continued to flourish under Moorish rule. Despite its current size, boasting a population of around 70,000, the town’s historic center and tourist attractions are conveniently compact and closely situated. The Loulé Museum, housed within the castle walls, showcases artifacts from the Roman and Medieval periods discovered in the region. The castle, built on the Roman fort’s site during the 13th and 14th centuries, offers splendid views of the old town from its walls. Nearby, the Convent of Espírito Santo hosts the municipal art gallery. Originally a mosque built by the Moors, the Igreja de São Clemente church emerged when Portugal adopted Catholicism. Despite enduring three earthquakes, the church retains its original triple nave and gothic arches. São Clemente is especially noteworthy for its attached 16th-century chapels—Capela de Nossa Senhora da Consolação adorned with stunning blue and white azulejo tiles, and Capela de São Brás featuring a remarkable Manueline arch and elaborate Baroque altar. Loulé’s central Praca da Republica houses the town’s market, an eye-catching pink-domed building. The bustling gypsy market takes place every Saturday, with family stalls offering herbs, spices, cheeses, fresh fish, flowers, crafts, and modern fast food. Loulé Carnival held every February and concluding on Shrove Tuesday, stands out as one of the Algarve region’s major annual events. The streets are closed for three days, reminiscent of a Brazilian carnival, with vibrant colors, lively dancing, and festive celebrations. In early September, the Festival of White Night marks the end of summer. During this event, young people take to the streets dressed in white as princes, princesses, and demons, accompanied by music and dancing, adding a touch of enchantment to Loulé’s cultural calendar.


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