Everyone experiences life in their own way and guests and members of Four Seasons Fairways are no exception. Whether its cycling around the Ria Formosa, driving off at Quinta do Lago South or dining on a deserted island, what makes a stay at Four Seasons Fairways special is that there is so much to do to suit everyone. What better way to help you find the things you will love here than to show you with the help of guests, members and some very special FSF Influencers.
We encourage all our guests and members to upload their personal experiences using #LifeAtFairways and if its your first time with us you can use this to discover Four Seasons Fairways for yourself.
When the lovely Helen Best-Shaw (@fussfreeflavours / @Thiswonderfulplanet) visited us we captured some of her best moments which we wanted to share. #Lifeatfairways is all about enjoying yourself, being in your own space and taking time for yourself doing the things you love but may not have time for back in every-day life.
We hope you enjoyed Karen’s posts over the last month as much as we enjoyed having her here at Fairways. Her #Lifeatfairways was relaxed, interesting and also available to anyone who wants to try their hand at Birdwatching, Tai Chi or their very own #WinterGrill. Here is a little video showing some of Karen’s #LifeAtFairways...
Healthy Lifestyle with T&H
Being Chefs, Tom and Henry, were interested in learning about the other food options in the area, and were quite surprised to see their healthy nutritious expectations met at the Pure, Salad & Juice bar just a few minutes’ walk from Fairways. Have a look! #LifeAtFairways
Faro with tom and henry
After Tom and Henry were done with the #WinterGrill cooking, they cycled to Faro Town and decided to hunt out a little bit of local culture. Faro is the nearest city to Fairways, only a 20 minute drive away, but the secret is if you take the bike route along the Ria Formosa, you can enjoy much more of your #LifeAtFairways.
The deserted Island is one of the experiences Four Seasons Fairways suggest their guests do as part of their #LifeAtFairways. Tom and Henry met the owner of Estaminé restaurant, Isabel, who told them how she got there 30 years ago and what it’s like be on a deserted Island. Click below for their interview!