Casa da Princesa

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Entire residential home hosted by Rita

4 guests, 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, 1 bathroom
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Vila Real de Santo António, a entirely flat city, the place to stay, enjoy and relax! Ideal for the golden years of life!

The space
Vila Real de Santo António, a entirely flat city, the place to stay, enjoy and relax! Ideal for the golden years of life!

Only a few steps away from the Guadiana river, Marquês de Pombal Square and the pedestrian walkway where you can go jogging or walking, or eat in Vila Real de Santo António´s nice restaurants.

Capability: 1 to 6 people
2 bedroom with a double bed and 2 single beds, equipped with closets. 1 double sofa bed in the living room.

Living room with chairs, a double trundle bed that is also a double sofa bed, TV , free Wi-Fi and free access to the kitchen.

Functional kitchen with table and chairs, well equipped and connected to the living room and the terrace where you can relax or refresh in the shower.

Appliances: Stove, microwave, fridge, coffee machine, toaster, washing machine and other small appliances.

In the terrace you can find chairs, table as well as some cleaning utensils.

Bathroom - Bath, wash basin and toilet.

Towels and bed linen included.

House cleaning
No daily maid service.
The house is cleaned and linen and towels are changed prior to your arrival.

What's nearby
The house is located within walking distance of the most interesting points in this quaint village.

Beach – Santo António beach 30 min walk through a pine forest or near the Guadiana river and Monte Gordo beach only 3km away in a straight line through a pine forest.
Pedestrian Walkway - 1 min walk
Supermarket - 10 min walk
Restaurants - 1 min walk
Marquês de Pombal Square and Shopping – 2 min walk
Fish market - 10 min walk - You can buy fresh fish and nice fruit and vegetables from the region.

In the vicinity
There is plenty to do in and around Vila Real de Santo António, if you want to discover the vicinity.
This part of the Algarve is very flat, making it ideal for hiking and cycling. There are some bicycle rentals in the village. But you can also take the bus if you prefer, the bus stop is nearby!

Vila Real de Santo António was founded in 1774 by Marquês de Pombal and the city scheme is similar to downtown Lisbon.
The must see spots are: the Marquês de Pombal Square, the marina and the old town, where you will be surprised by the countless architectural details of the older buildings. One of them is the border building where now you can take the ferry and cross the river Guadiana to the town of Ayamonte in neighbouring Spain. The village has a large sports complex, fully equipped for the vast majority of sports.

Another town of sightseeing interest is Castro Marim, located 6km away.
Its ancient castle and stronghold still stand and have been recently restored. These monuments are a reminder of ancient times in the Algarve; times where no one wanted to come on vacation!
Here you can see countless salt-pans, some of which are recognised world-wide for the quality of their salt, and stroll through the Natural Reserve marshes. The Reserve covers a vast area of 2000 hectares. Between Castro Marim, Vila Real de Santo António and Monte Gordo, and is the habitat of hundreds of species of birds, including white storks, avocets, black-winged stilt, and many other waders, and also the colourful greater flamingos. There are also hundreds of plant species, some reptiles, amphibians and mammals.

Within the top sightseeing spots we highlight Cacela Velha, a typical Algarve village with whitewashed houses around the stronghold and church and a fantastic view over the Ria Formosa Natural Park, where we suggest you taste the local seafood.

In this area there are also several golf courses nearby, and you can take jeep safaris and boat trips along the Guadiana River or practice water sports of all kinds, especially kitesurfing and windsurfing.

Feel at home in Vila Real de Santo António, the perfect place to stay, enjoy and relax!
The House
Only a few steps away from the Guadiana river, Marquês de Pombal Square and the pedestrian walkway where you can go jogging or walking, or head to eat in Vila Real de Santo António´s nice restaurants.
Capability: 1 to 6 people
2 bedroom with a double bed and 2 single beds, equipped with closets. 1 double sofa bed in the living room.
Living room with chairs, a double trundle bed that is also a double sofa bed, TV and free access to the kitchen.
Functional kitchen with table and chairs, well equipped and connected to the living room and the terrace where you can relax or refresh in the shower.
Appliances: Stove, microwave, fridge, coffee machine, toaster and other small appliances.
In the terrace you can find chairs, table as well as some cleaning utensils.
Bathroom - Bath, wash basin and toilet.
Towels and bed linen included.
House cleaning
No daily maid service.
The house is cleaned and linen and towels are changed prior to your arrival.

What's nearby
The house is located within walking distance of the most interesting points in this quaint village.
Beach – Santo António beach 15 min walk through a pine forest or near the Guadiana river and Monte Gordo beach only 3km away in a straight line through a pine forest.
Pedestrian Walkway - 1 min walk
Supermarket - 10 min walk
Restaurants - 1 min walk
Marquês de Pombal Square and Shopping – 2 min walk
Fish market - 10 min walk - You can buy fresh fish and nice fruit and vegetables from the region.
In the vicinity
There is plenty to do in and around Vila Real de Santo António, if you want to discover the vicinity.
This part of the Algarve is very flat, making it ideal for hiking and cycling. There are some bicycle rentals in the village. But you can also take the bus if you prefer, the bus stop is nearby!
Vila Real de Santo António was founded in 1774 by Marquês de Pombal and the city scheme is similar to downtown Lisbon.
The must see spots are: the Marquês de Pombal Square, the marina and the old town, where you will be surprised by the countless architectural details of the older buildings. One of them is the border building where now you can take the ferry and cross the river Guadiana to the town of Ayamonte in neighbouring Spain. The village has a large sports complex, fully equipped for the vast majority of sports.
Another town of sightseeing interest is Castro Marim, located 6km away.
Its ancient castle and stronghold still stand and have been recently restored. These monuments are a reminder of ancient times in the Algarve; times where no one wanted to come on vacation!
Here you can see countless salt-pans, some of which are recognised world-wide for the quality of their salt, and stroll through the Natural Reserve marshes. The Reserve covers a vast area of 2000 hectares. Between Castro Marim, Vila Real de Santo António and Monte Gordo, and is the habitat of hundreds of species of birds, including white storks, avocets, black-winged stilt, and many other waders, and also the colourful greater flamingos. There are also hundreds of plant species, some reptiles, amphibians and mammals.
Within the top sightseeing spots we highlight Cacela Velha, a typical Algarve village with whitewashed houses around the stronghold and church and a fantastic view over the Ria Formosa Natural Park, where we suggest you taste the local seafood.
In this area there are also several golf courses nearby, and you can take jeep safaris and boat trips along the Guadiana River or practice water sports of all kinds, especially kitesurfing and windsurfing.

We speak English
Falamos Português

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV with standard cable/satellite
Washing machine
Patio or balcony
Private backyard – Fully fenced
Luggage drop-off allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Vila Real de Santo António, Faro, Portugal

What's nearby
The house is located within walking distance of the most interesting points in this quaint village.

Beach – Santo António beach 30 min walk through a pine forest or near the Guadiana river and Monte Gordo beach only 3km away in a straight line through a pine forest.
Pedestrian Walkway - 1 min walk
Supermarket - 10 min walk
Restaurants - 1 min walk
Marquês de Pombal Square and Shopping – 2 min walk
Fish market - 10 min walk - You can buy fresh fish and nice fruit and vegetables from the region.

In the vicinity
There is plenty to do in and around Vila Real de Santo António, if you want to discover the vicinity.
This part of the Algarve is very flat, making it ideal for hiking and cycling. There are some bicycle rentals in the village. But you can also take the bus if you prefer, the bus stop is nearby!

Vila Real de Santo António was founded in 1774 by Marquês de Pombal and the city scheme is similar to downtown Lisbon.
The must see spots are: the Marquês de Pombal Square, the marina and the old town, where you will be surprised by the countless architectural details of the older buildings. One of them is the border building where now you can take the ferry and cross the river Guadiana to the town of Ayamonte in neighbouring Spain. The village has a large sports complex, fully equipped for the vast majority of sports.

Another town of sightseeing interest is Castro Marim, located 6km away.
Its ancient castle and stronghold still stand and have been recently restored. These monuments are a reminder of ancient times in the Algarve; times where no one wanted to come on vacation!
Here you can see countless salt-pans, some of which are recognised world-wide for the quality of their salt, and stroll through the Natural Reserve marshes. The Reserve covers a vast area of 2000 hectares. Between Castro Marim, Vila Real de Santo António and Monte Gordo, and is the habitat of hundreds of species of birds, including white storks, avocets, black-winged stilt, and many other waders, and also the colourful greater flamingos. There are also hundreds of plant species, some reptiles, amphibians and mammals.

Within the top sightseeing spots we highlight Cacela Velha, a typical Algarve village with whitewashed houses around the stronghold and church and a fantastic view over the Ria Formosa Natural Park, where we suggest you taste the local seafood.

In this area there are also several golf courses nearby, and you can take jeep safaris and boat trips along the Guadiana River or practice water sports of all kinds, especially kitesurfing and windsurfing.

Hosted by Rita

Joined in March 2016
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We are a friendly couple entrepreneurs. We like to travel, music, nature, art and enjoy life in general. W really like to make new friends and meet new people! We love good food, especially from this region!

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Check-in: 17:00 - 22:00
Check out: 10:00

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