This new contemporary air conditioned villa is in a private condominium of seven, with easy access to the Atlantic beach, lagoon side beach and village of Foz do Arelho. Situated on top of a hill with great views, it has everything you could need for a wonderful holiday in a stunning location. The wide, light filled entrance hall leads to the large, beautifully appointed dining and lounge area and to the three guest bedrooms. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room, while the family bathroom offers a good size jacuzzi bath. Two of the bedrooms have large double beds, and the third wide twin beds.
The villa is tastefully decorated in keeping with the contemporary design of the property.
Outside the villa is the private infinity pool (over 9m by 4m) with sun loungers and barbeque area, with plenty of grassed lawn for the children to play. There is a shaded car port for parking at the front of the house.
In a stunning location, this villa is the perfect place to relax and unwind
The Silver Coast is a great base for a holiday:
Places to visit:
The nearby town of Unesco World Heritage site of Obidos is a walled town close to Foz do Arelho. This beautiful 14th century walled town has its own unique charm as well as some fabulous shops selling local and traditional crafts. During July, the town hosts an incredible medieval festival, with excellent food, entertainment and atmosphere.
Not far up the coast is the beautiful circular bay of São Martinho, with huge dunes rising to the south and a small array of fishing boats on the north side of the bay.
A little further to the north is the traditional town of Nazaré, still very popular with Portuguese tourists for its town beach and cliff top views from Sitio, reached by a funicular railway.
Just an hour away is Lisbon, your probable point of arrival, but also a wonderful city to visit and enjoy. With or without children, Lisbon is an easy city to navigate and explore. Park the car and travel by tram to visit the sites and soak up the atmosphere. For shoppers, there is an array of locations offering boutique shopping, large shopping centres, or down town Lisbon. There is a great choice of restaurants and night life. For the children, there is plenty to do at Parque das Nações (Nations' Park) including a huge Oceanarium and hands on Science Museum.
Not far from Lisbon is another Unesco World Heritage site; Sintra. This increasingly popular tourist destination is dotted with royal retreats, estates, castles and buildings from the 8th-9th century, in addition to the many buildings completed between the 15th and 19th century, including the Castelo dos Mouros, the Pena National Palace and the Sintra National Palace. Sintra exudes charm and magic, with many visitors returning again and again.