Prime location in the fishing village of Sesimbra, near Cape Espichel Marian shrine and the natural park of Arrábida. Surrounded by excellent beaches, not to miss the sunset on the beach of Meco and windsurfing in the lagoon of Albufeira.
In the village of Sesimbra is famous for its restaurants and seafood restaurants, where you can eat a nice meal of fresh fish and seafood. There are numerous bars to enjoy in the warm summer nights, a lively, outdoors.
One of the major attractions of this area are the beaches.
There is something for everyone! Due to the different features each adapted to the practice of surfing and windsurfing. Nearby is a pond dam that has excellent conditions for practicing windsurfing.
There are very sheltered beaches and wild and greater supervision or with bars and restaurants - all at a distance of 1-5 km.
Villa situated in one of the most interesting regions of Portugal, the Costa Azul. Near Lisbon (35 km - 40 m), Sesimbra is distinguished by its beach with a sea always calm, ideal for families with children, and for its food, with great variety of fish and seafood, with emphasis on swordfish and black scabbard. best fish in the world is Portuguese!
Near the village is the Natural Park of Arrábida (27 km - 30 m), a protected area since 1976, high value in relation to geology, flora, fauna and landscape, complemented by an adjacent marine reserve (Luis Saldanha maritime park).
The 14 km (20 m) is typical Vila Nogueira de Azeitão, with its palaces and wine cellars, where they come from some of the best muscatel wines that can taste and origin, also the famous pies Azeitão and equally appetizing cheese Azeitão.
The 15 km (25 m) is the cable Espichel, with a shrine of the eighteenth century, a space where religious occupation dating back to the fourteenth century. Less than 30 km away can still discover the beautiful town of Palmela and its castle dating from Roman times, the city of Setubal, with human occupation since prehistoric times, and for those interested, the Quinta do Peru Golf (15 km) or, somewhat more distant (25 km) of the golf estate Aroeira. In addition to the unforgettable beach of Sesimbra, are located near the beautiful beaches of Meco or Portinho Arrábida.
Leisure activities: ecotourism, sightseeing tours, scenic boat tours, walking, bird watching, dolphin tours. Activities and adventure sports: tennis, swimming, diving, hiking, fishing, deep sea fishing, golf, windsurfing, parasailing.
Sesimbra is also located in the center of the Setúbal peninsula, which means that the neighborhood of two nature reserves, reserve or as beautiful Arrábida the Sado estuary reserve (known for its colony of dolphins). For golf fans, the proximity of five golf courses (Peru, Aroeira, St. Stephen Golf Troia and Mounted)
Lisbon 35 km
Boasting springtime temperatures during the winter and cool summers freshened by a breeze blowing in from the Atlantic, Costa de Lisboa, on the southwestern coast, offers a rich and impressively integrated diversity. The capital of Portugal since its conquest from the Moors in 1147, Lisbon is a legendary city with over 20 centuries of History. The Alfama is one of the oldest quarters in Lisboa. Since it largely survived the earthquake of 1755, the area still retains much of its original layout. Adjacent to the Alfama are the likewise old quarters of Castelo and Mouraria, on the western and northern slopes of the hill that is crowned by St. George's Castle. Every year in June, the streets of all three quarters come alive with the feasts in honour of the popular saints. The Graça quarter and the churches of São Vicente de Fora and Santa Engrácia are within walking distance of this area. Radiant skies brighten the monumental city, with its typical tile covered building facades and narrow Medieval streets, where one can hear the fado being played and sung at night. But Lisbon is also the stage for popular festivities, the place for exquisite shopping, exciting nightlife, and interesting museums, a place from where motorways branch off in different directions. Casa branca is situated in sesimbra only a mere 40 km away from lisbon. a picturesque small fishing town, with a medieval castle. Like a sentry the ruins of this 13th Century castle built by Sancho II protectively overlooks the village. Whilst here, do not miss the Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora in Cabo Espichel (which was constructed at the turn of the 17th Century as a sanctuary and has often been used as a location for filming due to its singular architectural design) and Lagoa de Albufeira, a favourite spot for wind surfers.