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Set in the heart of tranquil Vale de Parra with stunning sea views, Villa Joanna-Marie provides total immersion into the relaxing lifestyle of the sunny Algarve.
Situated within a small private estate, a short walk from the beautiful Galé beach, Villa Joanna-Marie offers 
luxurious and tasteful accommodation. It's five bedrooms (each with en-suite) comfortably accommodate ten guests. The master bedroom features a four-poster king-sized bed with adjoining bath and shower room. The three upstairs bedrooms, including the master bedroom, have access to their own private balconies. The Villa has 6 bathrooms in total. 

Vale de Parra, translating to ‘valley of the vines’ offers rural serenity and convenient access to an excellent range of restaurants, local amenities and miles of pristine sandy beaches. Situated neatly within a protected nature reserve, Salgados Golf course will delight beginners and experienced golfers alike.  The picturesque eighteen holes co-exist with a number of endangered bird species. 
As an alternative to the picturesque outdoors ,Villa Joanna Marie has full wifi and a flat-screen TV boasting full access to Sky, ESPN, and BT sport; as well as Sky Movies.

Salgados Beach

A great all year round beach. Lovely golden sand, great gentle waves and you can even swim in December with the warm currents. The beach, which stretches for miles, is situated in front of a nature reserve where migrating flamingos can be seen in the spring as well as a multitude of other wildlife . You can take an evening stroll along the beach to restaurants  round the bay. Further around the coast in Vale Parra there are more secluded coves and beaches for those that prefer this type of beach

Trip advisor:

Why go to the Algarve? Well the light on the Algarve is fantastic. To draw the curtains each morning and see the blue skies and the bright, energising light never fails to raise spirits.

But there is much more than that. It’s a region of hidden delights, of golden beaches framed by beautifully wrought limestone rocks, of small, simple restaurants where the taste of the fish – just caught, just grilled and drizzled with a local olive oil – will pull you back time and time again.

There are so many layers to the Algarve. Inland, up in the hills of Monchique, you will see a way of life that has disappeared from much of Europe.

The cost of living is still the cheapest in Western Europe and the local wine is delicious.


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