Maximum: 6 adults plus 4 child/children
Villa Mani is a picturesque, beachfront villa located in a calm and quiet area on the outskirts of Lisbon.
The villa is on one level , although there are some internal steps. Whilst very simple in style and furnishings, the sea view is quite something to behold. Just 1.2km from the beach, the interior has a rustic charm. There are terracota tiles throughout the living space and large windows to take advantage of the views. The kitchen is well equipped and the bedrooms and bathrooms are simple and traditional.
The huge garden is 2000m2 and surrounds the swimming pool. There is a covered, outdoor dining area overlooking the pool and plenty of space for sunbathing and taking in the fabulous ocean views plus lots of lawn for children to play on.
The villa is situated just 12km from Sintra and 22.5km from the cosmopolitan Cascais with its marina, entertainment, shopping, beaches, restaurants, coffee shops, delightful terraces by the sea, not to mention the buzz of a very active nightlife. Estoril has the biggest casino in Europe and is only 25km away. Lisbon, the capital, with its cosmopolitan atmosphere, monuments, restaurants and Fado, is only 40 minutes away. Guincho, with its surrounding natural park, is highly recommended for beach & sports holidays. Along this coast, the choice of beaches is seemingly endless.
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We have a varied collection of properties in fabulous locations which are an easy drive from Lisbon Airport. Just 28kms south of Lisbon, across the River Tagus is the beautiful Arrábida National Park with breath taking scenery and beaches, stretching for some 22 miles between Sesimbra and Setúbal, this area is carpeted by wild flowers which are amongst the most colourful and varied in Iberia. The coastline at Sesimbra is beautiful and dramatic, the town has some fantastic seafood restaurants and local activities include an array of water sports, scuba diving, climbing, cycle trails, horse riding and boat trips. Sintra inspired Lord Byron to write 'Glorious Eden' and it is easy to see why. It is a picturesque town, amidst the pine-covered hills. The panoramic scenery and slightly cooler climate historically enticed the nobility and elite of Portugal, who constructed exquisite palaces, extravagant mansions and decorative gardens, most of which...
are now open to the public and well worth a visit. Quinta do Peru is also to the south of Lisbon, close to Azeitão. Located in a forest of pine and cork trees, it is an area of great natural beauty with an excellent golf course. Dolphin watching trips can be arranged and kayaks and sail boats can be hired in nearby Setúbal. The Herade da Aroeira is surrounded by 10kms of some of the best beaches in Portugal; Fonte da Telha has a number of small restaurants and beach bars which specialise in grilled fish - some of them have wonderful terraces - perfect for enjoying a cool glass of wine whilst watching the sun set. After night fall some turn into "discos". About 7kms from the resort there are a wide range of beach bars, all quite different, with something for every taste, from a simple wooden hut to the more sophisticated. The resort has two golf courses, carved from a dense pine forest, with tree lined fairways bordered by water. Aroeira hosted the 1996 and 1997 Portuguese Open, with the Donald Steel course opening in 2000 to rave reviews.
we love this part of Portugal. The fascinating history and spectacular buildings, the vibrant green landscape and dramatic coastline and the impressive golf courses make staying in this area a truly memorable experience.
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