Unique Yurt Rental for Glamping Getaway near Aljezur in the Algarve, Portugal
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Natural textures and colors, rustic wood, and wrought iron accents complement the crisp white panels and wood beams of this one-room yurt. There is a desk with a chair and a mirror, as well as an extra rattan chair. The crown of the yurt provides a perfect view of stars in the night sky. Other amenities include stylish furnishings, a USB cable in the common kitchen, and Wi-Fi in areas around the property.
Outside, there is a wooden patio with comfortable lounge chairs, and hammocks are also available. Walking trails are located within easy access to this yurt. Some of the most beautiful beaches in Portugal are located close to the site, meaning everyone will enjoy their glamping getaway.
If you cancel 7 days or more prior to check-in.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 1 Twin/Single bed
- Linens and pillows
- Running water non-potable
- Air conditioning
- 1 Bathroom
- Shared Kitchen
- Cooking basics
- Outdoor furniture
Location + Surroundings
- National Park
The coastal strip between Odeceixe and Burgau is a different part of the Algarve, where the preserved nature has a strong, wild character, creating landscapes of breathtaking majesty. The landscape is marked by steep cliffs, represented in the Park's logo, that have been given various forms and coloring by centuries of erosion.
The beaches are very popular among surfers and are the finest in the country. There is a tremendous variety of beaches, including long stretches of sand and small beaches nestled between the cliffs and rocks. The long list includes beaches such as Arrifana, Odeceixe, Vale dos Homens and Praia do Amado. If you have the desire to stray from the beaten track, albeit with difficult access, it’s possible to discover many other beaches that have been preserved in a virtually unspoiled state
The property is also 30 kilometers far from the Mediterranean sea in Lagos, with the colorful cliffs of Ponta da Piedade as a backdrop. Guests will enjoy the surrounding natural beauty of this rustic location. Historic buildings, small fishing villages, and open-air cafes, as well as sandbar islands and rugged cliffs, provide sightseeing and recreational opportunities for families or couples. Aljezur, Lagos, and Sagres are within close proximity to this romantic yurt. The closest airport is Faro Airport (FAO).
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Jeep tours
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Water sports
The hosts can help guests with planning activities, such as yoga, donkey rides, horse rides, Kaiake, Costa Vicentina Route, or water sports, as well as give guests details about the best places to explore or to eat. Many bird species can be seen, such as rare fishing eagles. The rarest species is the white stork, given that this is the only place in the world where they build their nests on the seashore rocks.
Another rarity is the otter since this is the only place in Portugal and one of the last places in Europe where it is possible to find otters in a marine habitat. Plant life includes the largest number of priority species in Portugal, including unique indigenous species such as Biscutella vicentina or Plantago Almogravensis.
In the extreme southwestern section of the park, guests should be sure to visit the lighthouse in the Cape of São Vicente after whom this stretch of coastline has been named and the nearby Sagres promontory, which housed the famous nautical school founded by the Infante D. Henrique in the 15th century.
Moreover, the property is located in one of the best places in the country for surfing, and guests will find many popular spots for surfing like Praia da Arrifana and Praia do Amado. In Odeceixe, the beach sits on both sides of a stream, offering swimming in the sea and in the river.
Just 20 km far from Aljezur, in Monchique, guests can find hot springs and a long list of outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, initiation to rope climbing and abseiling, cableslide, rope handling, archery, paintball, orientation, environment, and birdwatching. Guests should check out the fabulous Rota Vicentina, as well.
Portugal's southern tip holds a treasure trove of historic, cultural, and natural attractions for glamping guests to enjoy. Between beaches, nature, train trips, and nightlife, the whole group is sure to find something they love.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
No smoking is allowed.
There is an extra twin bed that can be provided upon request.
There is no refrigerator, and no fire is allowed.
As this is an ecological and rustic destination, guests are encouraged to bring their own drinking water. The host will supply a natural soap for showers and dishwashing as the water drains into a natural system.