Táxis Vilamoura

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We provide táxi service in Vilamoura, Quarteira, Loulé and throughout the rest of Loulé.

Transfers

We provide transfer service for arrivals and departures to the Airport, train and bus stations. Don't worry about anything, at your arrival our driver will be waiting for you.

Available 24h

Whatever time you need it, don't worry, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Reduced Mobility

We provide service to customers with reduced mobility in a wheelchair. Contact us for more information.

Explore the Algarve

Albufeira

The progress has turned Albufeira into a city with tourism and leisure as its vocation but the streets in the hold Cerro da Vila (mediaeval area) still preserve the picturesque appeal of whitewashed houses and steeply narrow streets. In Travessa da Igreja Velha, an old moorish arch indicates the place where stood a primitive mosque, later transformed in the town's first church. On the beach, the bright colours of the fishing boats contrast with the blue of the sea. Indifferent to the tourists sunbathing nearby, the fishermen carry on the task of mending and preparing the nets, as they have done for hundreds of years. A walk by the sea will offer you a magnificent view over the city, the beaches and the cliffs which are part of the charm of Albufeira. The sidewalk leads to the pretty cave at Xorino, where according to the local tradition the Moors took refuge when the town was reconquered by the Christians in the 13th century.

Carvoeiro

Next to a cliff on which harmoniously stand small white fishermen's houses, Carvoeiro Beach is an attractive and picturesque landmark of the Algarve. Its limited extent of sand is highly popular with bathers who take up positions next to fishing vessels that are available for excursions out along the coast exploring the wonderful nearby grottoes and caverns. Right by the beach, there is a broad range of restaurants, bars and terraces providing the link between the sands and the lively town of Carvoeiro.

Right by the beach, there is a broad range of restaurants, bars and terraces providing the link between the sands and the lively town of Carvoeiro.

Benagil

With fishing boats practically hiding its small area of sand, Benagil Beach is located on one of the prettiest stretches of Algarve coastline, with its truncated cliffs and spurs forming grottoes and caverns. With its calm sea, this area is ideal for boat trips taking you out to deserted beaches, unreachable by land, where the peace is such it becomes hard to assimilate.

Portimão

The white contour of a church on a hilltop, the narrow streets of the old fishermen and tradesmen quarter, the presence of the sea and the immense beach known by the name of Praia da Rocha are some of the aspects that identify the character of this centenary city. All that is left of medieval Portimão are a few stretches of the city walls now hidden by houses. The old town is dominated by the architecture of the late 19th and 20th centuries: houses on two storeys, with wrought iron balconies and ornate stonework around windows and doors, decorated with balustrades of stone and ceramics and walls covered with tiles. To savour the spirit of Portimão, there is nothing better than to sit in the shade of the trees in the gardens Manuel Bívar and forget about time, to watch the fishing boats and to walk trough streets and squares that exude the ambience of an active, hard-working town which has succeeded in keeping pace with progress.

Lagos

Lagos is one of the most visited cities in the Algarve and Portugal, due to its variety of tourist-friendly beaches, rock formations (Ponta da Piedade), bars, restaurants and hotels, renowned for its vibrant summer nightlife and parties.Yet, Lagos is also a historic centre of the Portuguese Age of Discovery, frequent home of Henry the Navigator, historical shipyard and, at one time, centre of the European slave trade. In 2012, travel website TripAdvisor, classified Lagos as the number one travel destination, on a list of "15 destinations on the rise" worldwide.

Sagres

The frequent presence of Prince henry the Navigator during the first days of Atlantic navigation and the Discovery of the African coast as far as the Gulf of Guinea has forever linked this picturesque fishing port with the Discoveries. On Ponta de Sagres, a giant finger of rock pointing to the ocean, stand the buildings which evoke the past of a place that is part of the history of the world, remembering the Vila and the defensive fortress founded by Henry the Navigator. Nearby, at one of the most westerly points of the european continent (after cabo da Roca), is the cape of S. Vicente (a sacred place for the Roman's that named it Promontorium Sacrum) opening on to a vast horizon of sea and sky.

Monchique

The houses of Monchique display many of the traditional features of the architecture in the Algarve - white walls, carved stonework, stripes of color around doors and windows - but with their "saia" chimneys (literally "skirt") quite different from those found on this part of the country. The narrow streets that wind up the steep hillside, revealing fresh and green views at every turn, lend the town a certain exoticism to which camellias, hydrangeas and fruit trees add a fragant suggestion of gradens and orchards. An opportunity to discover an aspect of the Algarve unlike any other. Monchique is best visited on foot. A walk trough the steep streets of the town centre is rewarded with the views of magnificent hills, glimpsed between houses, and moments of calm in unsuspected corners.

Loulé

Loulé is the economic centre of Portugal's largest municipality, where the coastal towns live from tourism and the inland areas depend on trade and agriculture. On the city's outskirts are some of the best-known tourist areas in the Algarve, such as Vilamoura or Quarteira on the coast and Salir or Alte inland. Very close to the city, nature lovers will be pleasantly surprised by the Protected Areas of Benémola and Rocha da Pena, which help to preserve a different Algarve, one that is filled with native vegetation and where it is possible to enjoy some organised walking tours. Loulé's carnival celebrations are amongst the most famous in Portugal.

Slide & Splash

Opened on June 10, 1986, Slide & Splash currently has a total area of 10 hectares, offering several aquatic entertainments for all tastes and ages, as well as grassed areas with loungers, spaces for shows with animals , massages and fish spa, several restaurants and a shop.

In 2019, continued to renovate the slides, with new colours and new dynamics, replacing the 7 slides of the Big Tower (Big Slides Tower) and the Kamikaze. Slide & Splash guarantees the visitor the best possible fun, always with the maximum conditions of safety, hygiene and comfort, in accordance with the decree of law No. 5/97 of March, which regulates the activity of water parks in Portugal.

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Marshopping

Located in Loulé, MAR Shopping Algarve is part of the first commercial destination in Portugal that combines a Shopping Center, a Designer Outlet and a fully integrated IKEA Store. Mar Shopping has several uniqueness places which leads it as reference and flagship in the south of Portugal. It hosts the largest Primark in Portugal, the first Starbucks in Algarve, state-of-the-art cinemas and the latest concept in terms of leisure and green open areas.

Furthermore, a Food trendy area with an innovative gastronomic concept, 'Algarve Chef Experience', offering top quality dining experiences by four leading Portuguese chefs. 

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Rua do Clube Náutico, Vilamoura

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Todos os dias – 24 horas

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