- Round trip airfare to Lisbon
- 21 nights in a studio suite with kitchenette at Luna De Oura 4* located in Albufeira (upgrade available)
- 2 nights in Lisbon at 4-star Turim Iberia Hotel, Skyna Hotel or similar with breakfast
- Half day sightseeing tour of Lisbon (3 hours)
- All transfers
Exclusive: Book by December 17!
|February 22, 2020
|Vancouver||$1539 + $690 tax|
|Victoria, Kelowna||$1839 + $690 tax|
|Calgary, Edmonton||$1799 + $690 tax|
|Single Supplement (studio)||add $800|
|Upgrade to 1 bedroom||add $350|
Luna Hotel Da Ora
Luna Hotel da Oura is located close to the touristic and commercial center of Albufeira and just a few minutes from restaurants, and the famous lively nightlife of Algarve. The hotel is situated a few minutes from Oura Beach and Forte de São João Beach and has also a free shuttle to Pescadores Beach.
The hotel has been recently refurbished, has 24hour Reception, a Lobby-Bar, Restaurant, Free Wifi and a full equipped Wellness Club with Gym, Squash Court, Heated Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Massages, Outdoor Swimming Pool and Hairdresser.
Studio Suites: (Upgrade to 1 bedroom available)
› Air Conditioning
› Fully equipped Kitchenette
› Satellite TV
› Coffee Maker and Kettle
› Hair Dryer
› Makeup Mirror
SERVICES AND FACILITIES
Luna Hotel da Oura comprises a main restaurant, a Lobby-Bar, an outdoor swimming pool and a
heated indoor swimming pool.
The hotel Wellness Club offers a true well-being experience.
› Heated Indoor Pool (1st November until 30th April)
› Outdoor Swimming Pool;
› Squash Court;
› Massage (extra cost)
› Hairdresser (extra cost)
After enjoying the Algarve transfer back to Lisbon for 2 nights which includes a city tour.
The tour will start with a visit to the most historical parts of Lisbon: Edward 7th Park, Liberty Avenue, Rossio Square and a walk to discover the real Lisbon lifestyle, history and culture. Proceed to the Blackhorse Square Quarter of Belem, from which the Portuguese Caravels sailed off to the epic maritime discoveries. Once at Belem, we will pass by The Jerónimos Monastery and the Tower of Belem (entrance fees not included) whose origins date back to the 16th Century, both considered as World Heritage, and represent the most luxurious and prestigious times of the Portuguese Monarchy.