The apartment is adjacent to the main house, with bird’s eye view of the property and surrounding area. The property is very secluded, an oasis in a growing town, with a very peaceful, mature enclosed garden.
Consists of 2 bedrooms, full bathroom, living room is open space with dining room, a small all equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, an office area and shower room. Has a very private terraced balcony with sun all day and the view of Cascais village, a very comfortable place for a barbecue in the evening.
All decorated with comfort in mind and it's equipped with TV satellite, DVD, Hi-Fi, internet access can be arranged in advance. Parking is inside the property.
For beaches, shopping and entertainment, has public transports and motorway exit at a distance of 300m, with very good accesses to Estoril, Cascais, Sintra or Lisbon.
The village of Cascais : Cascais has several places of cultural and historical interest, notably the Condes de Castro Guimarães Museum, a number of old churches and forts.
The fort of Cascais “Cidalela”, 16th century fortress was built to defend the Bay of Cascais against invasion. It is one of a string of fortresses along the Tagus estuary designed to protect Lisbon.
Cascais Cultural Centre exhibits, conferences, shows and concerts, a multifunctional area that opens its doors to host the most diverse cultural events.
A visit to the Cascais Cultural Centre is always worthwhile and a pleasant surprise or simply enjoy a coffee break at the Centre’s terraced café.
Guincho beach, a large beach, exposed to the wind and waves of the east coast. It is a major venue in both the European and the World Surfing and Windsurfing Championships. There are many excellent fish and seafood restaurants nearby.
The Estoril Coast : The Estoril coast boasts a wide variety of beaches that have been awarded the prestigious blue flag by the European Union for the quality of their sea water, infrastructure and back-up services. Many of them in coves overlooked by elegant villas and palaces, very much like the Côte d’Azur, with walkways by the sea, esplanades and a wide range of lively, cosmopolitan bars.
Outside the centre, the bars and beaches of Carcavelos beach are also an excellent place to spend the evening with the sea as a spectacular backdrop.
The Ponta do Sal Environmental Centre is located in São Pedro do Estoril. Harmoniously situated in its surroundings, the building acts as a showcase for the coastline and the sea. Here visitors can enjoy the unique views and setting of “Ponta do Sal”, walk along the newly created 800 metre footpath, visit the cliffs and discover the local flora and fauna
Sintra: Cabo da Roca, which is the most westerly point in Europe and has magnificent views, is nearby.
The coast to the north of Cabo da Roca has dramatic cliffs interspersed with rocky beaches. The water has high iodine content and the natural environment is still absolutely unspoiled. Some of the smaller beaches are somewhat inaccessible and therefore almost empty.
The Sintra Mountains lie at the heart of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park. They are part of the only area in the world to be classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site both for their cultural interest and their natural beauty. The town of Sintra is of rare historical and architectural importance. The hills are a monument in their own right. Even today, we sense the magic of Sintra Mountain, as the local people have for thousands of years; they used to call it the Mountain of the Moon.
In the Sintra hills, the National Palace, the Moorish Castle, Pena Palace, Monserrate and Regaleira are all fascinating.