Situated in the beautiful village of Tenoca this restaurant is just a 5 minute drive from the centre of Boliqueime. With easy access from the road, this traditional Portuguese restaurant is surrounded by the rolling hills of the Algarve.
On site you can still see the old oven from the time when the restaurant was used as a bakery before being converted into its present state. Along with this traditional feature there is also a large fireplace which gives a cosy and pleasant atmosphere to the surroundings.
The property is composed of an entrance hall, bar and restaurant area, presently being able to seat 38 people (there is space and license to seat 75). Its fully equipped, professional kitchen is fitted out with modern equipment, there are 2 guest bathrooms and 2 staff bathrooms with shower.
Outside, the car park has 14 parking spaces.
The property also includes a separate 29m⊃2; room with an independent commercial license, this can be used as a shop.
The energy rating shows the energy efficiency of a building on a scale of A to G. The most efficient homes – which should have the lowest fuel bills – are in band A, whereas the most inefficient homes are in band G.
Boliqueime is a lovely little town, part of the Loule district. It is located 10 minutes drive from Vilamoura inland to the West. Easy accessible by the National Road 125 or the highway A22. The town’s name comes from the word “bulicame” which means “thermal spring” and the origin of this town is closely connected to the Genovese, Venetians and Sicilians who used to travel in the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries to this place, for the tuna and whale fishing.
Boliquieme is a popular and sought after location not only for the locals, but also for holiday home owners or expats who want to be close to all amenities, but at the same time have more space, land, peace and privacy that a country side offers. With fertile fields and lovely valleys, Bolquieme has some great views over the ocean and a door open towards the hills at the back with many picturesque places popular for the rural and natural tourism.
Despite it’s small size, Boliqueime has a rich cultural patrimony with many appealing points for tourists, like: the traditional cobbledstone streets, the Matriz church, Sao Faustino church, a museum and the traditional wind mills and wells that used to be used for water supply back in the time.
Boliqueime is host of many religious and cultural fairs: Nossa Senhora da Dores on the 4th of August and 17th of October, São Luís e São Sebastião, in September and the São Faustino party, on the Sunday following Easter.
Excellent activities in the area are the walks in the country side, by the small rivers with crystal clear waters, the old wells and wind mills, the high points for observation of distant places and a variety of vegetation, like the wonderfully smelling Almond trees when in bloom!
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