Rocha Brava has the Clean & Safe seal for complying with the recommendations of the Directorate-General for Health in order to avoid contamination of spaces with SARS-CoV-2 (new coronavirus).
The architecture and layout of the apartments and villas allows individual access, in a peaceful surrounding in harmony with nature.
We would like to ask your cooperation in the prevention of the spreading of the COVID-19 virus and therefore ask you to follow the instructions below:
Please respect the distance of 2 m. and respective signage indicating this.
Minimize visits to the Reception, use the options to contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: 282 350370
In your property
When entering your property our staff will be wearing all necessary safety equipment.
Your property will be cleaned, surfaces disinfected and towels will be changed every other day, bedlinen every 4th day.
Our housekeeping staff is trained and will follow instructions to clean and disinfect the properties, as outlined by the Portuguese Health authorities. They are instructed not to touch your personal belongings or clothes. Please make sure all beds are free of any personal items or clothes.
We must ask you to keep a safe distance to all our staff, also when cleaning is in process.
Restaurant / Coffee-shop
In all other circumstances the distance of 1,5 to 2m. needs to be honored.
Pool areas for exclusive use of owners and guests
Guests need to register with the Rocha Brava staff responsible for the control of pool access, a pool band allowing access to the pool will be provided.
Families and guests staying in the same property can join sun loungers, in all other circumstances the distance of 2m. needs to be respected
When leaving the pool area, the lounger will be disinfected, ready for the next clients.
All other facilities on the resort
Please respect the published regulations and maintain a distance of 2 m.
Due to the current pandemic of Covid-19, please see below an update on resort facilities and services:
Note: All information is subject to alterations issued by the Portuguese Ministry of Health.