QUINTA BOTANICA ''LOVERSNEST'': This bungalow is a big favor with honeymooners because of all the romance and privacy. The bungalow has a big living room and two bedrooms with 4 bathrooms. The modern open kitchen has all equipments needed like dishwasher, cooker, oven, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker etc. All rooms have air-condition, split heating and HD-LCD-TV’s and DVD-players. It has its own private Sauna, Jacuzzi, Turkish steam bath, a large private swimming pool, several sun terraces and barbeque within completely walled off garden for privacy. Near the swimming pool is an extra washroom with washing machine & dryer, extra shower and toilet.
“QUINTA BOTANICA” is a privately owned Zoover Award winning estate that is renting out 4 more villas (each with a private pool) for holidays. It is located in the sunny south of Portugal only 20 minutes away from Faro airport towards direction Spain. It is located in an area of the Algarve with few tourist and only 3 km from the beach and the Atlantic ocean.
The lush gardens of 13.000 m² appear sometimes as a jungle or a park and have several ponds and fountains. This is where you find peace and nature and where you can enjoy rest only to be disturbed by rare birds, crickets, chameleons, turtles, frogs, the civet cat or wild rabbits.
The stress of the world seems to be very far away when you enjoy your peace and rest with a good book or just enjoy the gardens. If it gets too hot there is always a shady place to find somewhere in the garden or you can cool of in the swimming pool. For some exercise there is a private tennis court, a table tennis, darts and a trampoline.From the estate there are nice walking and bicycle routes in the direct rural surroundings. If you feel too lazy you can just relax in the sun or read a book near a pond and enjoy and watch every now and then the fishes, frogs, turtles or birds that come to visit. As one of the guests mentioned. Quinta Botanica is an experience to take in. The blue sky, the sun, the garden and the peace of nature in this luxurious oases. This is how paradise should be.