Carvoeiro property rental

Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions

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I can't open the invoice attachment?
You'll need to download a free copy of Acrobat Reader® in order to view and print the documents.

Adobe PDF® is a universal file format that preserves all the fonts, formatting, graphics, and color of any source document. Adobe PDF files are compact and can be shared, viewed, navigated, and printed exactly as intended by anyone with free Adobe Acrobat® Reader® software.

A stamp and an envelope is obviously also a possibility if, for some reason you have a problem or a dislike for Adobe.

How do I get a link to my web site from
Send a mail to and ask.

Can I pay with my credit card?
You can pay by VISA card via PayPal: to my account: - please follow the link "Send money".

Can I link to Carvoeiro Com from my Web site?
Yes, you're welcome! Photos and text are copyright though.

Is it OK if I mail your Airport-Carvoeiro PDF file to a client?
Sure, you're welcome! Find the route description here:
To download the file right click with your mouse on the link and select "Save target as" then save somewhere on your computer where you can find it :-)

How to save a little time using Outlook Express...
Here is a tip about a nice time-saving feature in Outlook [Express], which you may not be aware of!
At I handle a large number of E-mail and most of the questions are the same. Instead of trivially retyping the same answers, I use the signatures feature in Outlook Express.

Here is how to do it;
In Outlook Express click;
Tools > Options > select signatures at the top of the opened window;

Press "New" and enter your text in the lower window i.e. "I am sorry but our villa is not available at the requested period etc."
The Signature by default will be named "signature#1" but you can rename it by using the "Rename" button till i.e. "Not Available"

Make similar signatures for available, conditions, confirmation, money requests from your children etc. etc.

Hit the "Apply" button when done!

Next time you receive an E-mail where one of your signatures may apply, you hit the reply button and place the cursor in the body of your reply E-mail [if it is not done automatically].
Then you hit the "Insert" icon in the E-mail reply window and let your cursor slide over the "Signature" line, you'll then see all your available signatures and can pick the appropriate.

Voila! The text is copied into the reply and you just need to hit the send button.
If you have larger chunks of text they might be to big for the signature window. That problem is cured by making a text file [i.e. notepad] instead and selecting the "File" option then browse to your text file.