Modern Countryside Beach House


Entire residential home hosted by Miguel & George

4 guests, 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, 3 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the house to yourself.
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Spacious villa in a quiet village in the West Coast of Portugal. The town itself is very authentic, filled with village fetes, a working man's social club, and an abundance of locally grown fruit & vegetables. Expect hiking trails, friendly locals and fresh bread / fish vans driving up to your doorstep with local offerings.

The space
* Walking distance for the Dino Park, the biggest open air dinosaur park in Portugal.
* Many local beautiful beaches great for swimming and surfing.
* Diverse selection of restaurants (fresh seafood, Portuguese, Italian, Vegetarian, etc).
* Short drive to many historical sites such as the medieval village of Óbidos.
* Wonderful wine and within proximity to Quintas Dos Loridos, the largest oriental garden in Europe, the impressive Bacalhôa Buddha Eden. Tastings with a wide range of wines, sparkling wines, spirits and muscatels, from all Bacalhôa companies

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Patio or balcony
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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4.60 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews


Where you’ll be

São Bartolomeu de Galegos, Lisboa, Portugal

A former civil parish in the municipality of Lourinhã, Lisbon District, Portugal. Located around 80 kilometres (50 mi) from Lisbon. The parish contains a miradouro (viewpoint), which gives a view over the Lourinhã parish.

Evidence of settlements in the parish has been found from as early as the Neolithic period in the form of caves and artefacts. However, it was not until the Middle Ages when a "housing project" was formed: St. Bartholomew. In 2001, São Bartolomeu dos Galegos had a population of 1,041 people, a decrease from 1,062 in 1991 and from 1963, where there were 1,570 inhabitants of the parish.

São Bartolomeu dos Galegos is known for the three Grottes de São Bartolomeu (Caves of São Bartolomeu dos Galegos), all of which were previously used as necropoleis.

After the splitting of Óbidos in the fourteenth century, São Bartolomeu dos Galegos officially became a parish. In 1525, the parish Reguengo Grande left São Bartolomeu, which was followed by the Parish of Moledo doing the same in 1594. Until 1836, the parish was part of the Óbidos Municipality, but then was re-allocated to the Lourinhã Municipality. Until the Proclamation of the First Portuguese Republic, the parish was known as São Lourenço dos Galegos, but it was then announced to have been renamed to São Bartolomeu dos Galegos because of the proclamation. In the parish, the main industry is the extraction of processing of stone and marble.

Hosted by Miguel & George

Joined in December 2016
  • 74 Reviews
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Hello, Miguel is from Lisbon and George from Cairo, and we both live in Lisbon now. This villa is our get away from Lisbon city. When we're not it it become yours.

During your stay

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  • Policy number: 111924/AL
  • Languages: العربية, English, Português
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules

Self check-in with lockbox
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

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No carbon monoxide alarm
No smoke alarm

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