Boliqueime is a small white village located in the centre of the Algarve where it sometimes seems as if time has stood still. Surrounded by orange and lemon orchards, Portuguese farmhouses painted white with the handmade chimneys so typical for the Algarve.
The church is the heart of the village with its beautiful cobbled square planted with blue jacaranda trees and Casa Juiz is at its doorstep.
Local shops, bars and small restaurants are all within walking distance.
You can buy fresh vegetables, fruit, meat and fish and in the mini Mercado fresh bread is available every morning. You feel Portuguese amongst the Portuguese.
There are an abundance of first-class golf courses in the area, all to be enjoyed summer and winter.
Vilamoura Marina is a hive of activity day and night, restaurants and bars, shark and dolphin excursions, fishing, sailing and leisure cruises.
Portugal’s most beautiful beaches, the nightlife of Albufeira, Loulé’s shopping centre, all at your doorstep.
Though a busy village, it has still not been discovered by the general tourist population and remains quite traditional. Unlike the coastal resorts, one can still get a cold beer, some olives, and a traditional pastry for about two Euros. Boliqueime is a small place, which is built around a church. Walking in its streets, you can see the old and young people enjoying life as the have always done.