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Vilamoura beach goes pink for the Summer

VILAMOURA BEACH GOES PINK FOR THE SUMMEROpening in the second half of July in Vilamoura, “My Candy Beach” by The Sweet Art Museum & Doma is a unique and creative space which promises to be the most desired space in the Algarve.

Inspired by the famous Miami beach bars and the trendiest and pinkest Cafés in London, this space is decorated with reinvented Art Deco accessories and is located in a true oasis of colour. With a unique pink sand lounge and some of the most emblematic pieces of the famous Sweet Art Museum, the new bar will undoubtedly be the a different option for anyone in the Algarve.

“My Candy Beach” is a sub-brand of The Sweet Art Museum and arises from a partnership with the brand Doma Vilamoura, which has already accustomed customers to an original and delicious service in the area of ??Japanese cuisine.

Located in the heart of Vilamoura, this new bar, offers more than 500m² of outside space and has more than 50 seats for lunch/dinner, and several lounge areas to enjoy a delicious artesanal ice cream or a vibrant signature cocktail. The menu, entirely created for this space by the Japanese restaurant DOMA, promises a journey into the world of Asian flavors.

“We want the My Candy Beach space to once again convey a feeling of happiness and awaken that rare emotion when you discover a surprising and fun place while enjoying a cocktail, enjoying an ice cream or even a meal”, say Carla Santos and Hugo Silva, founders of The Sweet Art Museum.

“We’re going to add a little candy and bring another series of new flavours to our sushi, which so many connoisseurs have already conquered. It will undoubtedly be a differentiating experience not to be missed this summer”, assures Pedro Afonso, owner of the Doma Vilamoura group.

“My Candy Beach” is Pet Friendly, thus following trends, and can be used as a space for events and private parties.

The space complies with and respects all the norms and guidelines of the Directorate-General for Health. Due to covid-19, the opening of the space may be subject to the rules defined for the Algarve by the local authorities.

Original article available in Portuguese at http://postal.pt/