Setubal, Apartment in the Center and Close to the Beach

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  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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Excellent apartment, recently refurbished, with modern decor, located in the Historic Center of the city of Setúbal, in the neighborhood of Fonte Nova, cultural, commercial and gastronomic reference of the region.
Its privileged location makes it easy to access public transportation, beaches and everything you need during your stay. Fully equipped and with Wi-Fi, it has a lot of natural light and ventilation. With its charming suite, you can comfortably welcome 2 people for unforgettable moments.

The space
With modern and comfortable decor, it is an excellent option for those who want to explore the city.
Designed and designed for memorable moments for two, every detail will surprise you.
For explorers accustomed to new experiences and also for those who want some peace and quiet to enjoy the intimacy that only a place like this can provide, this is the ideal place.
Located in the Bairro da Fonte Nova, a gastronomic reference of Setúbal, on a pleasant walk, explore the local shops and enjoy the thematic decorations that give life to its historic streets and alleys.
A few minutes' walk from the nearest beach, its location means that there is no need to use vehicles, as commerce, leisure, culture, gastronomy and fun are within reach in a simple, joyful and fun walk, forget about traffic and parking problems.
The apartment has everything necessary for a pleasant stay, where your only concern will be to explore and meet Setúbal, one of the most beautiful stalls in the world.

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What this place offers

Public or shared beach access
Kitchen
Wifi
Free street parking
32" HDTV with standard cable
Free washer – In unit
Private patio or balcony
Luggage dropoff allowed
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Setúbal, Portugal

This is the Historic Centre of Setubal. Each street, building, facade, sidewalk or balcony is a piece of the city's memory. Here, the past goes back to the Phoenician and Roman periods, but a trip through the neighborhood of Fonte Nova is more than a lesson in History; it is also a walk in a vast gastronomic area in the open.
The famous grilled roast fish, fried cuttlefish, aromas that mix in the air and bring a nostalgia in which the past and present can go hand in hand, numerous restaurants compete for space in this typical place where regional cuisine is put to the test.
A 10-minute walk – the center of the historical area – is the Convent of Jesus, a sixteenth-century monument whose facade was recently recovered. In it works the Museum of Setúbal and the Gallery of Painting Sixteen, but another point of interest is the Church of Jesus, considered the first rehearsal in the country of a church-lounge. Twisted columns in the Arrábida gap, a stone from the mountains, give a feeling of greater height to the construction, as well as the altar, which, seen from close up, gains another monumentality. The convent of which it is part was the place where Portugal confirmed the sharing of the planet with the kingdom of Castile, when it ratified the Treaty of Tordesillas, a document that divided the world in two from 1494.
From the convent it follows towards Praça de Bocage, a true starting point to get to know the Baixa. From here, the 21st century coexists intimately with Roman and medieval legacies.
Surrounded by terraces, the S. Julião Church displays the rich Manueline portico, in which figures engraved on the stone about 500 years ago observe daily the sale of handicrafts.
In Rua Serpa Pinto, modern stores occupy the space of centuries-old buildings and right next door, in Largo Francisco Soveral, formerly Largo da Ribeira Velha, a modern clothing store preserves the nineteenth-century “marketing”, preserving on the facade the invitation figures painted in tile during the nineteenth century.
Throughout the Historic Center, details stand out. The saints of the façade registers that usually protect Portuguese houses in Baixa, as in the case of Rua Dr. Paula Borba, are often patrons against earthquakes or fires, calamities that have plagued the area several times throughout history.
The Tourism Information Office of Lisbon and Tagus Valley, on the Travessa Frei Gaspar, is worth a visit, not only to look for indications, but because the floor, in glass, unveils an ancient Roman fish salting factory.
Resuming the route left behind, proceeds to Largo da Misericórdia to Rua Antão Girão.
Nearby, in the Largo de Santa Maria, is the cathedral of Santa Maria da Graça. Hidden by the surrounding streets and houses, the building imposes itself with monumentality in the square.
Going around the temple on the right, on Rua do Corpo Santo, you can see the Baroque museum – Casa do Corpo Santo – with the same name.
The doors, moreover, constitute another detail with curiosity in Downtown. Humble doors of the Manueline period, such as the one at the beginning of Travessa de São José, still serve as an entrance to the current dwellings.
Down Rua António Joaquim Granjo, towards Avenida Luísa Todi.
At the end of the descent, at number 152, already on the avenue, you have the opportunity to admire the Casa do Leão (Lion's House), an example of the Art Nouveau style that dazzles with decoration, although partially hidden due to the height it is at the top of the building.
On Avenida Luísa Todi, downtown is behind and deserves one more incursion. There is much more to discover in an area that, in the image of the city, does not display with exhibitionism the monuments and the riches it offers. Setúbal kind of asks the visitor to unveil it with pleasure and time.
Upon returning, passing by the Casa da Baía, a place of tourist interest, a break to enjoy the exhibition of Dolphins that live in the waters of the Sado.
In short, stories to tell will not be lacking after visiting Setúbal.

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