Bedroom with double bed., Sofa and TV.
Bathroom with shower.
Fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, and living room.
It is situated in a quiet place, but close to everything, services and trade.
Costa da Caparica Beach
This is the centremost beach in Costa da Caparica, endowed with several transports and next to the urban centre of the village, therefore is usually one of the most frequented beaches in the region, offering all sorts of amenities.
The Costa da Caparica beaches are extended for over 15 kilometres, offering a wide variety of beaches that even though are quite similar, present different ambiances and styles.
The majority of these beaches has lifeguard during summer months, car parking, restaurants and bars.
There is also a touristic train that passes through all the beaches along the Caparica coast, during summer months only.
The Lisbon region borders on the north side with the Central Region, on southeast side with the Alentejo region and on the south and west side with the Atlantic ocean.
In the region’s centre is situated the capital of Portugal, Lisboa, and all its huge metropolitan region, filled with highlights and very interesting places to visit, to a better knowledge of the city, the region, the country, the continent and even the world. Region is, in fact, one of the European cities with the major tourist demand, widely known for its special bright light that enchants all the visitors.
This Region is also quite amazing for its lovely Coastline, with famous and diversified Beaches, with excellent communication routes and facilities, as well as a huge restaurant and accommodation offer.
The region has a coast with several highlights of great beauty, several watercourses and big rivers (like the big Tagus river), mountain ranges, agricultural areas and industrial areas, as well as utterly developed cities contrasting with small traditional villages that somehow have remained almost intact with the passage of time, and a large density of residential and suburban areas.
With a variety of monuments and landscapes classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, as well as Natural and Protected Parks, Reserves and Landscapes, this Region has plenty to offer to all its many visitors, that here can follow the steps of history and walk along the passage of time.
When compared to the other Portuguese regions, the Lisbon region is the smallest in dimension, nevertheless it offers a great diversity, that is also characterized by its celebrated Gastronomy. A huge international offer is throughout the region, mainly in Lisboa city centre, with Restaurants and special cuisines for all tastes.
All the same, the traditional cuisine is also presented throughout the Region, with special and fresh seafood and shellfish on the coastline and on the cities nearby the rivers, but also quality products from the fertile soil of the region, such as the goat and sheep cheese (from Azeitão and Sobral de Monte Agraço), as well as the variety of juicy fruit and vegetables from the “Saloia” area. Pastry and confectionery are also a highlight at the table in this region, with several special products like the Sintra’s cheese-cakes (“queijadas“), the nut and egg sweets from Cascais, the “pão-de-ló” (a special kind of light cake with egg cream) from Loures, the “fofos” (a custard cream pastry) from Belas or the famous “Pastéis de Belém”, the egg-custard cream pastries from the Lisbon beautiful old quarter of Belém.
Activities and attractions
The greatest attraction of the Costa de Caparica are the beaches, which are the most popular beaches in the Lisbon region, covering a 10 km stretch. Here, it is possible to practice nautical sports or simply sunbathe. Those looking for more entertainment will find a series of restaurants and bars that provide intense nightlife.
From kite surfing to bike rides over hill and dale, or rock climbing, abseiling and zip wiring for the more adventurous, the options are endless for those who like to keep active.
There’s nothing like an old recipe using ingredients offered by nature to take care of your health and to escape routine: fine weather, sunshine, clean air, clear waters, and plants and algae with therapeutic properties. You can depend on it. It may be at a thermal resort or a spa, by the sea or in the mountains.
Portugal’s cuisine is as rich and varied as its landscape.
A ride in a horse-drawn carriage, a dinner by candlelight, a sunset over the sea, all provide fond memories. Even if it’s just for a few days, the mild climate, the diverse landscape and the romantic atmosphere will ensure unforgettable moments in Portugal.There are numerous activities designed for the little ones, both outdoors and indoors, in castles, museums, zoos, theme parks and aqua parks. Following the footprints of dinosaurs, watching dolphins and whales at sea or learning about the stars are just some ideas of what you can do. Bicycle or donkey rides in natural parks and reserves are also much appreciated and a relaxed way to learn about and discover nature.
Manueline art, tiles and fado are unique expressions and genuine symbols of the Portuguese, but also a contribution to World Heritage. There are 18 such classifications by UNESCO in Portugal, including monuments, landscapes and intangible heritage.
We have waves for every taste and discipline: from perfect tubes for surfing and bodyboarding, which are the setting for major international events, to giant waves, posing a challenge for the boldest surfers striving to ride their crests, and long waves that are among Europe’s longest. But there are still a few secrets waiting to be unveiled.As praias, de areia branca, estão cheias de possibilidades para dias plenos de diversão. Com mares tranquilos ou agitados e um sem número de atividades para praticar. Ou para dourar ao sol, estar com os amigos e dançar pela noite fora.
The wind is a great ally and offers unique conditions for windsurfing and kitesurfing, but there are many other sports for making the adrenaline run. And after a day at sea, the good vibes continue on shore, where there’s always a party, a festival, a bar or a nightclub to provide unending fun every night.
Anyone playing golf in Portugal will have the experience imprinted on their memory, and they’ll be sure to want to return. Why? Excellent courses in dazzling scenery, a mild climate all year round and the hospitality and friendliness of qualified pros.
Paisagem Protegida da Arriba Fóssil da Costa de Caparica
The fossil cliff is constituted by a succession of sedimentary rock strata, one of the most important examples of its kind in Western Europe, whose origin dates back to the Pliocene period, around 10 million years ago. At that time, the Sea reached the base of the cliff, but over time it progressively pulled back due to the movements of the tectonic plates of the Earth's crust and the impact of the 1755 earthquake, that originated coastal plains dominated by sand dunes. In order to prevent the sand dunes from advancing inland, thus damaging farming land, in the 18th century King D. João V ordered the Mata dos Medos to be planted - the woodland of "medos" (which normally means fears), that was so named not because it was a dangerous location, but because “médão” or “medo”, also means sand dune.
The woodland, which is dominated by stone pines and mastic-trees, is a botanical reserve, where it is possible to take pleasant walks following the trail signs in the zone.
The unusual shapes of the fossil coast can be seen in their full splendour at dusk, when they acquire golden tones. Over time, erosion has sculpted shapes into the steep cliffs, where several birds of prey such as the round winged eagle and the barn owl build their nests. If you also want a bird’s eye view of the area, ascend to the Belvedere of the Convent of the Capuchos and admire a landscape that covers a vast area from the Serra de Sintra to Cabo Espichel.
Rentalia Reference num: 260843
Non smokers preferred
Multi adventure activities
Rua João De Barros 10-A
2825-468 Costa da Caparica Setúbal (Portugal)
400 m to the beach, 400 m to the city center, 100 m to supermarket, 3 km to a river or lake, 50 m to the bus station, 400 m to a hiking route
1 km from a golf resort, 1 km from a sports harbour, 1 km from a horse riding center, 400 m from a diving center
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