Renowned as one of the most exceptional luxury beach clubs in the entire Algarve region, Puro Beachclub awaits your visit.
As you arrive, you can conveniently park (for a fee) near the hotel and take a short stroll of about 100 meters to reach this stunning beach club. Instead of a typical wooden shack, you'll be greeted by an elegant white building.
Upon entering, you'll discover that Puro Beachclub is more spacious than anticipated. With approximately 25 tables and around 100 luxury chairs, it offers ample seating. The half-open kitchen allows you to witness the passionate chefs skillfully preparing their culinary delights.
Outside, a large and inviting terrace awaits you, seamlessly blending with the sunbeds on the beach. Unlike separate areas often owned by different establishments, here you'll experience a harmonious fusion of beach and terrace—truly magnificent.
The overall ambiance exudes a sense of refinement and attention to detail. The delightful music sets the perfect mood, even making locals feel as though they're on a blissful vacation. It's a remarkable sensation.
In my opinion, Puro Beachclub stands among the finest beach clubs in the Algarve. It evokes memories of the exquisite clubs in Ibiza.
The club offers two distinct menus: one for snacks and another for full dining experiences. The menu boasts enticing options like Caesar salad, goat cheese salad, salmon poke bowl, a plate featuring falafel and avocado with pita bread, and main courses including curry, prawns, and beef.
Salads range from 20 euros, while main courses span from 21 to 60 euros. Additionally, their vegan house wine is priced at 30 euros per bottle.
The wine itself is not only delicious but also vegan—a remarkable feat. Most wines on the market still employ animal-derived products during the filtration process, such as pig fat, fish slime, or gelatin, which is typically sourced from cattle and pig hides and bones. Fortunately, the availability of vegan wine is growing steadily.
We decided to start our beach lunch with a delightful bottle of white vegan wine. Although our initial intention was to order a glass, our charming waiter convinced us that a bottle would be the perfect choice. He accurately predicted that we would savour more than a single glass, and he was absolutely right.
Following our aperitif, Marlot Anna savored a delightful platter of vegan tapas (priced at 23 euros), complete with vegan mayonnaise—a truly delightful treat.
As for me, I indulged in a curry with noodles (also available gluten-free), accompanied by edamame, carrot, asparagus, and coconut shreds—an absolute delight for the taste buds.
The staff members at Puro Beachclub are genuinely pleasant, sociable, and welcoming. Their relaxed demeanor creates a pleasant atmosphere, void of the hurried rush often experienced at some restaurants. The overall vibe is simply enchanting.
While we had previously visited the beautiful bar/lounge on the first floor of Tivoli Hotel, which offers a breathtaking view of the harbour, we discovered yet another hidden gem in this upscale beach club.
We wholeheartedly recommend a visit to Puro Beachclub—it truly exceeds expectations.
Pro tip: If you prefer not to dine on the terrace, you have the option to rent a luxurious chair. A single chair costs 40 to 60 euros per day, a cot is priced at 100 to 125 euros, and a Balinese bed can be rented for 130 to 180 euros. All rentals include fresh fruit, water, and a choice of wine or champagne.
Look for more information and the menu: https://www.hotspotsalgarve.com/restaurants/puro-beachclub-tivoli/
Rating: Food 8.8 Service 8.8 Price/Quality 8.8 Atmosphere 9.2 TTL rating 8.9
Vegan friendly: 2/5
Meet Peter Cruiming, an Algarve-based food blogger. Residing in Almancil with wife Marlot Anna, a professional photographer, and their 7-year-old son, Elyas. Explore daily Algarve dining stories at www.HotspotsAlgarve.com, focused on Peter's passion for healthy and vegetarian food. Photo by www.MarlotAnna.com.
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