A comfortable villa located in a quiet residential area. És a certified villa Local housing (pela Chamber of Lagoa processo No. 612014). The entrance hall leads to a large living / dining room with satellite TV and a music CD. The living room has French doors leading to the pool and terrace for sunbathing. It has a well equipped kitchen, dishwasher, oven, microwave and breakfast room with seating for four. The first of two spacious rooms with 2 beds, wardrobes French doors leading to the pool and air conditioning. With wc, bidet and hair dryer mounted. The master bedroom has a king size bed, fitted wardrobes (fitted with a safe, air conditioning and French doors leading to the pool terrace. A spacious private bathroom with a large tub and separate shower. Large covered terrace at the front of the villa with L shaped pool (6m x 9m, 1.2 to 1.8 m deep) has Roman steps for the roof. Free WIFI
Features: Villa Cascais is situated in a wonderful location: just a short walk from the shops and restaurants in Sesmarias, 5 minutes drive from a selection of beautiful beaches and a variety of amenities in Carvoeiro. The large sun terrace plays an excellent host for a few days around the private pool. There are also covered to provide shade from the midday sun terraces, including a lovely dining terrace, which we know is an essential requirement for a holiday in a villa! For the more active among you there are tennis courts and walking distance to the golf course is a short drive away, 1 km. The nearest airports, Faro - 60 minutes, nearest, 5 minutes by car beach.
Algarve, the best holiday destination: The Algarve offers nearly 100 miles of beautiful golden sandy beaches famous for its spectacular cliffs and backdrops and are interspersed with fishing villages clinging to coves; It is easy to see what attracts people year after year to this beautiful region at the southern tip of Portugal. Many people are not aware, however, that literally tens minutes inland equally attractive landscape of wooded hills and authentic dishes expected exploration and local specialties can be tasted in restaurants more traditional villages. Explore the most picturesque corners of the Algarve, Algarve luxury villa.
History and Culture: The Algarve was occupied by the Moors until the Portuguese King Sancho conquered it in 1292, and the Moorish influence is unmistakable even in its whitewashed houses and architectural styles. I recommend day trips in the Algarve Silves, the Moorish castle contrasts curiously with the Christian Gothic Cathedral, and Tavira is still less touched by tourism and offers a wide and less crowded sandy beaches. In Loulé you can see craftsmen at work and buy products manufactured in the country since Saturday market. Porches near Lagos is famous for its pottery.
Many beaches ... redor field ... much to do.