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The Vigia Group, the award-winning luxury resort developer, has released some half term holiday offers for both May and October.
Valid from 23 May to 31 May and 17 October to 1 November 2009 the packages include accommodation at either the golf village (Quinta da Encosta Velha) at the Parque da Floresta Golf and Leisure Resort or at The View, Vigia’s new luxury boutique beach resort, all from €29 per person per day.
Children under four stay for free and the offers also include free use of the Floresta spa, gym and resort pools, restaurants, bar and green fee discounts. Parque da Floresta is set in the Western Algarve. Bordering the Costa Vicentina National Park, the imaginatively designed, 18 hole par 71 golf course is the centre piece to the resort.
Aside from the golf, the resort offers a range of facilities including four on-site restaurants, ranging from formal to relaxed, plus a spike bar.
Just an hour drive from Faro airport and close to Lagos and Sagres, the award-winning resort is a superb all-round leisure destination and a great base to explore the Western Algarve.
These offers can be booked now by calling 0800 622 6120 quoting ‘PSM’.
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