|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This is a wonderful, spacious (90m2) 2-bedroom apartment that can be accessed by a lift. The property can sleep up to 6 guests. The bedrooms are arranged as two double bedrooms off the lounge and there are a further 2 single sofabeds in the lounge.
The apartment comes fully furnished and equipped so you use it as a great base to explore the wonderful town.
In just 5 mins you can also get to the funicular which takes you up to Sitio (where the great waves are). The views from here are amazing.
For lazing around the apartment there is a TV and board games for use. A spacious lounge and dining area comfortably caters for 6 people. A highchair and cot has also been provided by the owner.
The bathroom has a bath with shower over. All linen is provided including towels.
The property is in a quiet part of the town though access to all the local amenities is very easy.
L'appartement se trouve poche de la plage ainsi que les commerces, il est spacieux et très agréable.
Le seul défaut s'est qu'il n'a pas de parking et il est difficile de trouver une place à Nazaré
Nazare is an very charming, traditional Portuguese seaside town with a population of approximately 13,000. Historically the key form of income for the town was the fishing industry, an industry that is very much present to this day as visitors will see by the numerous lines of fish sun-drying along the beach.
Today tourism is undoubtedly the key industry in Nazare. Given the huge expanses of beautiful beaches and the picturesque cliff-line views, it certainly comes as no surprise that Nazare has such a massive appeal. On the back of the thriving tourist industry a vast number of cafes, bars and restaurants have emerged throughout the town. With numerous restaurants along the sea front, visitors can dine on some fantastic fresh seafood and enjoy the magnificent views.
Adding to its appeal, Nazare is town with a firm grip on tradition. Strolling along the maze of beautiful cobbled streets that form the heart of the town, visitors will see a number of the local ladies dressed in traditional costume – black bouffant skirts over as many as seven petticoats. On occasions the local fishermen also wear their traditional costume, checked trousers matched with a checked shirts of a different design.
Portugal's Silver Coast is an area abundant with culture, history and outstanding natural beauty. The climate is idilic with approximately 300 days of sunshine per year. Temperatures are typically high but moderated by pleasant sea breezes from the Atlantic.
Below are some suggestions for a day out on the Silver Coast:
13th century walled medieval town of Obidos - 25 mins drive.
Obidos Lagoon - beautiful lagoon & nature reserve with safe bathing - 25 mins drive.
The bay of Sao Martinho do Porto - stunning shell-shaped bay with sheltered bathing - 15 mins drive.
Foz do Arelho beach - 25 mins drive.
Caldas Da Rainha (spa town) - 25 mins drive.
Alcabaca Cathedral City- 20 mins drive.
Praia D'El Rey - (famous golf course) 45 mins.
Leira - large town - 20 mins drive great for shopping but also very pretty old part and castle.
Berlenga Island (Nature reserve) - 10 Kilometres boat trip from Peniche ( 40 mins drive ). The Island is famed for its native wildlife and diving.
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£86|
|Final Clean||£47 + Tax|
Please note: Final cleaning is included in the on-screen quote
Christmas/New Year - Bookings of less than 1 week over this period will be charged for 1 week and the security deposit increases to €300.
There is a refundable security deposit of €100.