The house is wonderfully located in the beautiful town of Estoril, just at walking distance from the beach.
It has two floors plus basement. On the ground floor there's a dining room, living room with cable TV, DVD, Hi-Fi, fireplace, fully equipped kitchen and laundry with washing/drying machine, one social bathroom.
On the top floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms. 3 bedrooms with 2 queen and 1 king size bed respectively and another with a bunk, so it fits 8 people.
Around the house there's a large garden with approximately 400m2 with fruit trees. There are also chairs, table and parasol so you can have your meals outside and barbecue.
There's a garage for one car. Car is recommend but not essential.
Nearby the house there are supermarkets, ATMs, gourmet restaurants, it's close to Cascais Lisbon train line and not far from Casino Estoril and Cascais Marina.
Nearby Places to Visit: Very close to Lisbon, one of the oldest and most fascinating capital cities in Europe, it has everything a city can provide: a unique atmosphere, a rich history back to the time of the discoveries, good shopping, entertainment of all types and a wealth of cultural activities.
Cascais was originally a small fishing port with tourism and a variety of properties situated on the sea front, it has now developed over the years into a very high standard place to live for many Portuguese. The town centre has kept its charm with a good selection of restaurants, shops, lively bars all located within the narrow cobbled streets.
Estoril is set in a coastal location with its natural landscape outlay ideally set out for properties and hotels situated near the sea, providing some fantastic views from the hotel rooms. Renowned all over the world as having Europe’s largest Casino.
Sintra was one of the favourite summer retreats of the royal family and today World Heritage site classified by UNESCO
Nearby Beaches: Cascais - Little town beaches (Praia da Rainha, Praia da Conceição) with charming surroundings and yachts bobbing on the water. The Praia da Ribeira is a picturesque spot and still a traditional fishing harbour.
Carcavelos - Next to the imposing fortress St. Julian of Barra, with more than 1km of sand line and good transport access, attracts crowds of sun burning people in summer and legions of surfers all over the year. A pleasant stroll can take you from point to point along the sand, where you'll pass by lots of beach bars.
Guincho - 5 km from Cascais , lying at the foot of the Sintra hills and facing the Atlantic, should not be missed. The sand dunes blend subtly with pine trees, the sea - rich in fish - rushes here and there into majestic caverns such as the famous Boca do Inferno, well worth a visit. The vegetation is varied and beautiful and mostly of the Mediterranean type. Guincho has always been ideal for surfing owing to the large breakers, and for windsurfing.
Beach, Nature and Gastronomy: Tamariz - The beach is next to the magnificent Estoril Casino and its gardens. Nearby there are many beautiful mansions and an excellent selection of quality hotels.
Nature is also an important attraction. Complementing the sea, green spaces are also fundamental for the ecological balance of the region. The Natural Park of Sintra-Cascais is a key example, representing not only a unique space for the protection of species, but also a key location for leisure activities connected with ecotourism, with a range of activities available to visitors.
The region doesn't miss a wide selection of restaurants and high quality service. Try some of the most typical dishes of the region, including fish and shellfish, such as steamed lobster, sea bass, white bream or the memorable Cascais sole.
Situated on the Lisbon coast, half-hour drive or by train from the Portugal capital city, the Estoril Coast has a wonderful climate and is a superb natural environment. Owing to a Mediterranean type micro climate, the Estoril Coast has mild winters and an ideal summer temperature which never gets too hot. The autumn is ideal and is like a second spring. The region offers a concentration of different experiences all within a half hour’s drive More recently, Estoril became the favourite haven of many of the kings and aristocrats exiled at various points during the tumultuous history of the 20th century. The Casino of Estoril is the largest in Europe,
Cascais was originally a small fishing port with tourism and a variety of properties situated on the sea front, it has now developed over the years into a very high standard place to live.
Sintra was one of the favourite summer retreats of the royal family and it is today World Heritage site classified by UNESCO.
Golf: The Estoril Coast has an enormous variety of golf courses. There are seven 18-hole courses and two 9-hole courses.
Most of these courses were designed by architects with an international reputation.
There is a wide choice of tempting rounds of every level of difficulty up to the highest international standard.
The Estoril & Sintra Golf Coast, also known as the Lisbon Golf Coast, received the award of 'Best European Golf Destination 2007' by the industry’s biggest trade event worldwide, the International Golf Travel Market (IGTM).
The Estoril & Sintra Golf Coast, won the “Established Golf Destination of the Year” award in 2003.
The golf courses in Estoril Coast are: the Estoril Golf, the 9-hole of Estoril Blue Course, the Penha Longa Atlantic, the 9-hole of Penha Longa Monastery, Oitavos, Quinta da Marinha, & Quinta da Beloura.
As well within 30 minutes drive: Belas and the Lisbon Sports Club.
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