Excellent renovated house a few minutes walk from beaches and historic center, surrounded by restaurants with good fish and seafood, the train station and the buses.
3 large bedrooms:
- 1 king size bed (160X200);
- 1 Extra Lg. Double Bed (1600X200);
- 3 single beds.
- Double sofa bed in the living room (140x195).
Can request extra bed and cot
Bathrooms - 3 bathrooms.
- 2 full bathrooms, with bath and shower
- 1 bathroom with shower.
Spacious living room with cable TV, sofas for 8 people, 2 large puffs, broadband Wifi available throughout the house, free Internet access, dining room that seats 8 people.
Outdoor space with leisure furniture and for meal and barbecue ... Free parking.
Fully equipped kitchen with oven, 4 burner stove, electric coffee maker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, freezer, coffee machine, magic wand, citrus press, toaster, vacuum cleaner, spices, kitchen utensils, iron and ironing board, large clothes rack in a reserved space in the garden.
Villa with two independent houses, refurbished in 2012. Construction of superior quality and in a noble area of Cascais.
Cascais became famous because it was the holiday resort of the Portuguese Royal Family until the beginning of the 19th century. Cascais is a beautiful beachfront villa on the Atlantic coast of Portugal, the Estoril Coast. Having quickly transformed from a picturesque fishing village into a sophisticated suburb of the Portuguese capital and a lively holiday resort, Cascais has managed to maintain its own culture and picturesque environment while offering all the facilities, entertainment and culture to make the ideal location for holiday rentals.
Cascais has become, in recent years, a new suburb of Lisbon. The village has restaurants and cafes where the best fresh fish of the region is served. Roasted sardines are one of the tidbits to sample. There are numerous shopping centers in and around Cascais. Cascais is also known for its beaches, such as the famous Queen's Beach and Conceição beach. Alternatively, a short drive will take you to the paradise for surfers, Guincho beach, where the numerous sand dunes and caves contrast with the long sandy beaches. Nearby, the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park is classified as a World Heritage by UNESCO.
The village center is a dynamic and picturesque place ideal for a quiet holiday if you choose a holiday rental in Cascais. There are plenty of small cafes and restaurants to choose from. The beautiful Conde Castro Guimarães Palace has been open to the public for many years, since the prehistoric caves of Alapraia were discovered. Boca do Inferno is a cliff on the sea in Cascais, where the waves of the Atlantic Ocean have caused the erosion of the rocky coastline over the years forming spectacular caves that are worth admiring.
The rental of a holiday home in Cascais will not disappoint also golf lovers. There are many golf courses in the region, including Estoril, Quinta da Marinha, Penha Longa and Quinta da Beloura.
Estoril, a few kilometers along the Estoril Coast, is a paradise by the sea. The Casino of Estoril, the largest in Europe, is one of the great attractions for visitors who choose to rent holiday homes in the area of Cascais.
Sintra, a 'glorious paradise', is a magnificent place to have a taste of the historical wealth of the Estoril Coast. For visitors staying in tourist accommodation in Cascais, it is advisable to spend an afternoon visiting the royal palaces of Pena and the wall of the Moorish castle.
The climate in Cascais: The village of Cascais has glorious summers from May to the end of September, with average temperatures around 30ºC.
Traveling to Cascais: The Cascais region is served by the Lisbon International Airport. The network of suburban trains of the Portuguese railways allows easy access to the Portuguese capital. Renting a car is perhaps the best way to explore the region in more depth
Cascais is a wonderful place for holidays with lots of sun and surrounded by white sand beaches, various leisure activities, sports, tourism.
Lisbon was considered the fourth most beautiful city in the world. The Portuguese capital is in the top 10 of the most beautiful cities on the planet, elaborated by the travel website "Urban City Guides".
Attractions - Marina, restaurants, cinemas, ruins, casinos, sightseeing
Activities for sport - cycling, surfing, windsurfing, body boarding, swimming, tennis, sailing, water skiing, jet skiing, equestrian events, golf, diving, roller blading, paragliding, fishing
Nearest golf course 1,5km - Quinta da Marinha. There are other golf courses around - Oitavos, Estoril, Penha longa, Quinta da Beloura ..
Cabo da Roca: is in the proximity and is the most western point of Europe. Lisbon was considered the fourth most beautiful city in the world. The Portuguese capital is in the top 10 of the most beautiful cities on the planet, elaborated by the travel website "Urban City Guides".