Balaia Golf Village
PRICES INCLUDE TRANSFER FEES, CLOSING COST, AND TAXES WHEN APPLICABLE.
Annual Right-to-Use until 2095
2-bedroom Condo Unit for 6 people
Fixed Week # 52 - New Year's Week
Annual Dues 350eur.
New Year's Week # 52
This timeshare for sale by owners is a rare opportunity! This ownership will give you access to the most wanted week in the calendar: Week # 52 - New Year's Week. Balaia Golf Village is an attractive resort located on the coast of Albufeira in Portugal. With its own golf course and ideal location, it is a great choice for a peaceful beach holiday in the Algarve for couples and families alike.
This timeshare appartment can accommodate up to six people and consists of a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable living area with sofa-bed and 2 separate bedrooms. The onsite amenities include a health club with complimentary access to the nearby fitness centre; four tennis courts, six swimming pools, a spa facilities with spa treatments, including a Turkish bath, steam room, aromatherapy treatments, beauty services and massages. The onsite restaurant A Varanda is a pleasant outdoor dining space serving breakfast and dinner, with an a-la-carte menu offering international and Portuguese cuisine and options for children. The Club House provides snacks and light meals at breakfast and lunch overlooking the golf course and ocean.
There is a 9-hole golf course, 60 bay driving range and 3 putting greens that will pleased the golfers. The nearby sandy beach will allow for additional activities such as several water sports, bike riding, horse riding and fishing. The resort is just a 10 minute-walk from the centre of Albufeira for entertainment, boutiques and restaurants. The Albufeira’s beautiful marina, a popular spot is well within easy reach too. If you’re on holiday with your children, there is a zoo and a waterpark in the local area that would provide a fantastic day out.
The reviews and comments from travellers on many internet sites are unanimous and highly recommend your stay at the Balaia Golf Village.
Jean-Pierre G.Copengham, FRANCE