VILLA AREIA-GUINCHO is cozy and very spacious, occupying 170 m2 of the ground floor of a luxurious villa. It is within a 12,000 m2 property, has its own private garden, with a countryside horizon of local vegetation and pine trees. Very quiet location with stunning views of the Serra de Sintra and partial sea view, located near the beaches of Guincho, 15 min walk (900 meters) or 1 min drive , ideal for a combined beach and country holiday.
The living room, dining room and open kitchen, occupy a single large space ( 85m2 ) with access to the garden and pool. It has 2 full bathrooms and 3 large bedrooms with 2 windows each, for 6 persons, two with 22 m2 and a suite of 20 m2 .
You can enjoy the swimming pool- infinity pool ( 12 m x 6 m ) overlooking the sea and the Serra de Sintra. The large garden allows pleasant walks without leaving the property.
The house is about a 15 min walk (900 meters) from Guincho beach, Cresmina Beach and Abano beach. Located in a sparsely populated area and near the Natural Park of Sintra - Cascais, keeps most of its natural and wild nature. You can wander through the wild dunes and along the coast to reach the beaches. Ideal for strolling by the sea, by the countryside or through the Sintra Mountains, and perhaps reach the Peninha Convent.
Guincho beach is ideal for surfing, wind and kite surfing and bodyboarding. Nearby there are health clubs, several tennis courts and golf courses, being the closest one slightly over 1 km from VILLA AREIA-GUINCHO. There are 4 horseback riding clubs within a 1 km distance.
Guincho and the town of Areia, have excellent restaurants offering the best choice of fish and seafood dishes and of regional and international dishes, just a 15-20 min. walk from VILLA AREIA-GUINCHO. There is a bus stop 600 m from the house that goes to the center of Cascais, 6 km away. However, it may be more convenient to drive.
In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Cascais, a fishing village, was the summer residence of the Portuguese monarchy, and during World War II constituted shelter to the European Nobility. Along the Costa do Estoril-Cascais you will find its known beaches.
Just a short drive away, encircling the sea and enjoying the mountains, you will find small towns worth a visit and the most western point of Europe, Cabo da Roca, before reaching the charming historic town of Sintra. Here you can visit its beautiful palaces and gardens, where the Portuguese monarchy, also spent their summer holidays.