Vilamoura Marina is one of the main centres of attraction in the Algarve, offering a wide range of tourist and leisure activities. The Marina quay is an exciting locale of cafes, restaurants, waterside bars and a new deck zone. Vilamoura is also known for its beaches, three kilometres of golden sand and transparent waters. To the west of the Marina entrance, the much photographed Falesia Beach with the stunning beauty of its colourful sandstone cliffs stretches into the distance.
With the famous Marina on one side and its own concessioned beach, Tivoli Marina Vilamoura is a reference for luxury tourism in the Algarve. The lively social life and nightlife of Vilamoura combines complete relaxation with plenty to do such as shopping, a visit to the casino, water-sports, boat rides and golf. In the gardens of this resort in the Algarve, guests can pamper themselves at the Angsana Spa choosing from a vast range of invigorating treatments in the best oriental tradition and enjoy delicious delicacies in the hotel's various restaurants and bars.
You can find out more about the hotel .. here ..
Full conference address:
Tivoli Marina Hotel
Marina de Vilamoura,
How to get to the Algarve:
Due to its peripheral location, the Algarve enjoys good transport connections, both internally with the other Portuguese cities and externally with the rest of the world. Various national airlines have regular flights to the Algarve, making Faro a busy international airport. Vilamoura which will host SDF17 is a 20 minute transfer from the Airport.
If you require airport transfer assistance from/to either Faro Airport or Lisbon Airport please email a member of our local destination team - Cristina Eusébio from the Portugal Travel Team who will be able to assist you with timings and prices for your transfer as well as sending you a booking form and taking payment in advance.
*Please note if you are travelling with colleagues its always more economical to book group transfers.
Please email Cristina on for more information.
Details on Faro Airport can be found .. here ..Alternatively, if you prefer to explore Lisbon first, the capital city of Portugal and then arrive in Vilamoura for SDF17 then there are trains running frequently from Lisbon and it is a smooth 3 hour journey at a very good price. We highly recommend you check out the city during your time in Portugal if you have never been!
The Algarve also benefits from a good road network, composed of motorways and trunk roads making journeys comfortable and efficient whether you're travelling by bus or driving in a rented car.
Rail transport is another alternative for visitors to the region. The Portuguese rail service (CP - Comboios de Portugal) has a vast network of trains to places all over the country.
Here is some more information about getting around once in the Algarve - http://visitalgarve.pt/visitalgarve/vEN/UtilSaber/211/Transport/
Here is a list of really useful telephone numbers