A Praia da Messejana - Alojamento Local

Entire villa hosted by Cátia

  1. 6 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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Located in the centre of the Historic Village of Messejana, this fully renovated century-old townhouse has all the amenities for guests to explore one of Portugal's most charming villages. This little house is our portrait of Messejana, a small and charming village that has everything, even the grace of a history of a beach...

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Free Public Parking

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What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free on-street parking
TV
Free washer – In unit
Central air conditioning
Cot
Children’s books and toys for ages 0–2 years old, 2–5 years old, 5–10 years old and 10+ years old
High chair
Hair dryer

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Where you’ll be

Messejana, Beja, Portugal

The village of Messejana, in shades of blue and white, is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful villages in Alentejo: either because of its colors; or for the friendliness of its people; or by the lace that adorns walls, trees and electricity poles; either by the churches; or for the urban, artistic and cultural heritage of this community.
There is, in this village, an innovative space “O Buinho” that aims to join creativity, technology and people, around Messejana.
Messejana has it all, endless stories, even the fun of a beach story.
UNMISSABLE:
- Praça 1º de Julho (Main Square) where you can find the Clock Tower, the Pelourinho, the Misericórdia Church and the Headquarters of the Parish Council of Messejana;
- Walking up Rua da Igreja until Igreja Matriz (Se. XVIII, to visit for free ask at the Grocery Shop next to the main Square), passing the artistic installation in honor of the Messejana Churches and the Pilgrims, going up to the Ruins of the Medieval Castle where you can see the surrounding landscape, the Chapel of Nossa Senhora da Assunção, the ruins of the Franciscan Convent (sec. XVI) and the nearest dams;
- Stroll along the streets of the village, observing how its ancestral manor houses blend in with murals and recent artistic manifestations in honor of the village, its people and traditions;
- Visit the Churches: Igreja de Nossa Senhora dos Remédios (Mother Church), Igreja da Misericórdia, Ermida de Nossa Senhora da Assunção da Messejana and Ermida dos Santos Reis;
- Visit the bullring located in the main square of the village (to visit for free ask at the Headquarters of the Parish Council of Messejana)
- The Alonso Gomes Fountain, commonly known as Chafariz, which since 1880 has welcomed anyone who enters Messejana;
- The Ethnographic Museum and the Public Library (to visit for free ask at the Parish Council located in the Main Square)
- The ruins of the Franciscan Convent of Nossa Senhora da Piedade;
- Restaurant Bangula (Traditional food).

Hosted by Cátia

  1. Joined in April 2018

    Co-hosts

    • Pedro
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    Things to know

    House rules

    Check-in: Flexible
    Check out: 12:00
    Self check-in with lockbox
    No smoking
    No pets
    No parties or events

    Health & safety

    Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
    Carbon monoxide alarm
    Smoke alarm

    Cancellation policy