A modern hotel room in Casa do PostigoLocated in the 1rd floor, these rooms have a contemporary and discreet decoration, whatever your choice is old town view - The 12 m2 Rooms include a bathroom with shower
A modern room in Downtown AlegriaA taste of how real people lives in real houses. These room have a contemporary and sophisticated decoration with a beautiful view to enjoy slow city life from the private balcony.
A modern room in Downtown AlegriaA taste of how real people lives in real houses. These room have a contemporary and soft decoration with a beautiful view to enjoy slow city life from the private balcony.
Nice pension very well located in Tavira just 5 minutes away from restaurant area. The owner is a nice guy and explain you the surrounding upon arrival. Our room was OK with a double bed and a nice bathroom. Just one drawback was that we didn't have hot water at 11am (don't know if there was a problem). Will come back anyway.Schuminou from France - Casa do Postigo
The staff are personable and so helpful, the room is great with simple and fun decor, a great little shared kitchen and patio area. Location is perfect. Our room was small and the bathroom smelled a bit punky. As is typical in this price range we had to walk upstairs. Overall good value for moneyGail from Canada - Downtown Alegria
Lovely querky B&B in the heart of old tavaria. The owner was very helpful and gave us some good restaurant recommendations Very central to restaurants and the main shopping area. Found a lovely bakery overlooking the main square to sit in the sun and watch the world go by.Davis from United Kingdom - Casa do Postigo
We loved staying at Casa do Postigo. The cozy rooms were very clean and well presented. Loads of individual character in each room and the quiet air conditioning units were perfect for cooling down in the evening. Well positioned on a cute cobblestone street and only minutes walk away from the town centre and main attractions. To top it all off we found the hosts to be very welcoming and helpful. Nathan B. - Casa do Postigo
A desire to return to the origins in a total harmony with nature in that sense we have developed a concept inspired by ancestral traditions based in the most authentic products and materials available in our region such as the handmade tiles or flooring stones.
We have out looked for our cultural references with soul and identity a true channel to communicate our community values.
We are committed to provide you a comfortable and pleasant stay been determined to do whatever needed to make your stay unforgettable, please accept our best regards wishing you a marvelous stay.
Tavira’s main point of reference is the Gilão River and its Roman pedestrian bridge. The river flows a couple of kilometres and joins the sea in the area of the islands and Ria Formosa natural park. Most of the city’s tourist attractions are on the south side of the bridge, including what remains of the ancient city walls and Castle. In fact, nowadays the castle area is reduced to a small area on top of a small hill, next to the whitewashed church of Santiago. A few towers and some doors is what remains of what once were the city walls, like Porta de Dom Manuel nearby the tourist information office and overlooking Praça da República.
Depending on how long are your holidays in Tavira, you can plan things to do that require more or less time. The good news is that if you plan to stick to Tavira you can see and do a lot of things in a short period of time… Hey it’s a small city!
Tavira coastline is calm and peaceful, with extremely inviting eleven kilometres of fine white sand beaches and very warm water. The beaches are crossed by Ria Formosa Natural Reserve, offering pleasant boat trips and the chance to observe the typical wetland flora and fauna, most particularly the water birds. It is estimated that counting both the resident and migratory species that can be seen here, Ria Formosa hosts more than 30 thousand birds each year.
Tavira has a coastline of over 18 kilometres long where the islands of Tavira and Cabanas, offering fine white sand beaches and where the average temperature of the sea water is around 22ºC. Unlike Western Algarve beaches, the Eastern Algarve has a less rocky seashore which gives room to long white sandy beaches, bathed by the Mediterranean warm waters.
Throughout the coastal zone of the country, there are several natural areas of salt marshes and dunes full of biodiversity. An ideal holiday destination for nature lovers.