Cradled in beautiful gardens filled with exotic plants, lies Club Nautilus. With a dramatic front onto the beach a private footpath leads you right onto the seashore and a long sandy beach. There you may enjoy a wide range of water sports, or if you prefer, simply relax in the sun.
Although in peaceful harmony with the coastline, Club Nautilus is within easy reach of a dozen or more bars, restaurants and discos all of a high standard you would expect in the best known holiday resorts.
The pavement restaurants serve locally caught seafood at surprisingly reasonable prices.
In the evening, the narrow cobbled lanes come alive with people watching the street performers and thronging the bars that stay open until late.
Being right on the seafront, Clube Nautilus has fantastic sea views, and is ideal for a break whether you wish to relax on the beach, enjoy the local food and drink or be more active with watersports, horseriding, walking or playing golf. The complex is centrally located for all the famous golfcourses (31 in all!).
The location is ideal for all the family being close to - the beach, Zoomarine and Water Park - the bars and restaurants of town - and the world famous Vila Vita and Vila Lara Health resorts.
Clube Nautilus is right in the centre of the Algarve, situated in a residential area in Armação de Pêra, approximately 30 minutes by motorway to Faro airport.
It is situated 20km west of Albufeira within close proximity to the bustling town of Armacao de Pera with its long stretches of golden sands.
The area is easily accessible from the new Lisbon-Algarve motorway.
The new motorway will open up the Western Algarve close by. Only about 15 minutes or so away is colourful Lagos, the launching pint for Portugals epic voyages of discovery. It is a place with old ways of living, existing side by side with modernity and tradition.
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