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What to visit!

Câmara Municipal do Porto

It was the beginning of the 20th century when decision was made to build a new avenue in town that would be called Aliados (allies) and a new town hall was projected to stand at its end, on the top as a crown. This urban project would change the city completely, making it the center of its government, having the headquarters of various banks and the town hall, all in the same place.

Torre dos Clérigos

The tower is one of Porto's most iconic buildings and its architect one of the town's most influencial of 18th century. The church and tower were designed by Nicolau Nasoni, and built between 1754 and 1763, for the irmandade dos clérigos pobres (the brethren of the poor clergymen). Initially the project proposed two towers, one of which ends up leaving the project, eventually creating an atypical appearance, which although it has aspects typical of the Roman baroque, has a Tuscan bell structure, from where the architect was born.

Estação de São Bento

São Bento train station is born of the will to connect the regions of Douro and Minho, anyone can see their names at the building's ceiling. The space where it now exists there used to be a monastery for benedectine nuns, the station kept the name on the new building that was designed by the native Porto, José Marques da Silva, one of the most important names of the 19th century. The more perceptive ones can find their name in some of the more iconic buildings of the town.

Mercado do Bolhão

The beautiful neoclassical building was created after the market place, and in fact, sorrounding the commercial square already in existence. The creation of the market enforced the progression of the center of the town, and it is still a place where the locals go when they want to buy fresh products and live th spirit of the old town stronglly linked with the shouted bargains of the sellers.
A land was given by the cathedral for the new market to be created, through it passed a small river that joined with the one called Rio da Vila, and there created a little bump existed which made the water into a “buble” passing through it, and that created its name Bolhão (Big buble).

Casa da Música

Part of Porto 2001, European capital of Culture, the Casa da Música (House of Music) already begins its process in 1998, when it's known that Porto and Amsterdam would be chosen to be the capitals in 2001. The contest for its design was open in 1999 and after three phases was chosen the project of the Dutch architect Rem Koolhas. From the Jury of this competition stand out two names of Portuguese architecture, and also from Oporto, Álvaro Siza Vieira and Eduardo Souto Moura, the two winners of the Pritzker Prize.
Casa da Música was inaugurated in 2005, and has since become a landmark in contemporary architecture. The building and its construction had controversial initial reactions, being that it occupies the space where previously the collection of electric cars of the STCP, and later after the construction by the strong visual impact that changed to all urban space.

Teleférico de Gaia

The cable car of Vila Nova de Gaia, inaugurated in 2011, connects the Cais de Gaia and the riverside area to the Jardim do Morro, also positioning as a means of connection to the Metro Station and as a means of visiting the Monastery of Serra do Pilar.
This trip of about 5 minutes offers a magnificent view of the Oporto, the Douro River and its bridges, and the Port Wine cellars.

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BELVERDE SUNNY VILLA by CARISMARELAX

Sun Golf and Sea (Lisboa playas de Sur del Tajo)

 

Ubicado a 20 Km al sur del río Tajo, esta es una de cuatro dormitorios (2 en suite, uno doble y uno con dos camas) villa con un generoso salón-comedor y porche junto a la piscina y un jardín. Frente a un bosque de pinos, que se extiende hasta el mar y las playas de arena blanca de la Fonte da Telha que bordea el Paisaje Protegido de los acantilados de fósiles Costa da Caparica y la "Mata Nacional dos Medos" reserva botánica, ideal para hacer senderismo, montar en bicicleta o simplemente caminar.

Este tranquilo lugar es ideal para unas vacaciones familiares cerca del Campo de Golf de 18 hoyos de Aroeira (3 km) y de las espléndidas playas (5 km de distancia), con un montón de surf y buenos restaurantes de pescado con vistas al tranquilo atardecer de verano en el Océano Atlántico.

Veinte kilómetros al sur de Lisboa y a pocos kilómetros del Parque Natural de Arrábida y las cuevas de la península de Setúbal en el espléndido vino puede llenar sus días con un montón de diversos programas que van desde la cultura, compras, naturaleza o simplemente relajarse en la piscina.

Si decide quedarse en casa y cocinar, el supermercado está a 500 metros de la casa y hay un mercado tradicional unos 4 ó 5 km en la cercanía.


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What to visit!

Cabo Espichel

Located west of the village of Sesimbra, Cabo Espichel is a promontory that extends the Serra da Arrábida and marks the southwest end of the Setúbal peninsula. In the Roman era it was known as Promontório Barbarium, and its name was changed by the Friar Martinho de Santa Maria in the 18th century, to Promontium Luminoso. Given its unique characteristics, this is a place with huge tourist potential. Although it is a wild site with strong exposure to the sea winds, it is an excellent place to observe several species of seabirds, as it is an important point of passage for several migratory birds, such as the golden plover, patola goose or the yellow alveole.

Praia da Ribeira do Cavalo

Also known locally as Praia do Cavalo, it is an exotic and unique place, not frequented mainly due to difficult access. Its name comes from a huge cliff on the beach that resembles the head of a horse. To get there, it is necessary to walk a footpath about 800 meters, which requires some physical and orientation preparation, or alternatively, go by boat from the dock of Sesimbra. Because it is an isolated and wild place, it does not have any support structure, commerce or public establishments, so it is advisable to prepare a backpack with the necessary one before making the trip. Given the characteristics of this beach, it is one of the sites of choice for many campers and tourists. The sea is calm and the water clear and crystalline, with intense and exotic colors, so it is well worth the effort to get there.

Convento da Arrábida

Located on the slopes of the Serra da Arrábida, the Convento da Arrábida was founded in the 16th century, where a chapel already existed, by Frei Martinho de Santa Maria (a Castilian Franciscan to whom D. João de Lencastre, first Duke of Aveiro, ceded lands) to house the Franciscan monks. Along its 25 hectares, it includes the Old Convent, the New Convent, the Garden and the Bom Jesus Sanctuary. With a rustic and austere architectural style, the convent is almost devoid of ornaments. It is constituted by a grouping of small cells, churches and other dependencies, emphasizing in its interior the sculptures of saints, terracotta and wood, and the blue tiles. At the moment the whole complex is property of the Fundação Oriente, that acquired it after a period of abandonment between 1834 and 1990, after the extinction of the religious orders. Due to its importance and originality, in 1977 it was classified of Public Interest. It was in this convent that the film "The Convent" of Manoel de Oliveira was shot.

Castelo de Palmela

With a magnificent view of the entire region of Arrábida, the Palmela Castle erected by the Moors, was occupied in 1147 by D. Afonso Henriques and definitely conquered in 1205 by D. Sancho I. Whether in the architectural elements or in the ceramic containers found, there are several vestiges of Islamic construction. With an elevation of 230 meters above sea level, from its Torre de Menagem, on the cleanest days you can see the Portuguese capital (Lisbon). To the west of the castle is the old convent, built in 1423, which has now been converted into a Pousada. In the Castle, classified as a National Monument in 1910, several archaeological works have been done, transforming some rooms into museological centers, areas of commerce and services.

Fortaleza de São Filipe

Also known as Fortaleza de São Filipe of Setúbal, São Filipe Fortress is located in a high point of the region of Setúbal. It was in the reign of D. Afonso IV and D. Pedro I that the first walled fence was built with the purpose of protecting the village and the fishermen from pirate attacks from North Africa. The fortress was built in the reign of Philip II in 1582, during his visit to Setúbal. Thus, it worked like last redoubt of the Spanish resistance, until the restoration of the Portuguese independence, in 1640. The fort has a six-pointed star shape, revealing the adaptations to the artillery. Once it is set in a high point, it has an advanced fence that descends even closer to the river. From the top of the walls you can enjoy the panoramic view of the city, the Sado estuary, the Troia peninsula and the Arrábida mountain range.

Fortaleza de Santiago

Also known as Forte da Marinha and Forte da Praia, the Fortress of Santiago was built between 1642 and 1649, on the beach of Sesimbra, with the purpose of protecting the village and its anchorage against the constant pirate attacks. With the loss of its defensive role, the Fortaleza received, in 18th century, the military government and served like real residence. In 1879 it was ceded to the Fiscal Guard and in 1886 to the Customs. In 2010, the City Council takes over its management, carrying out restoration work and improvements to recover the true essence of the monument. Classified as a Property of Public Interest in 1977, Fortaleza houses the House of Command (residence of the Governor of Arms) and the dependencies of the garrison, the Paiol and the Chapel. When visiting Fortaleza, take time to visit the Maritime Museum.





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