Abril 01 2011
Come to Ericeira to feel nature at its best
and to enrich your memories.
 
 
 
 
 
A minha praia favorita / My favorite beach / My playa favorita - 01/04/2011 - 08:30 Hr.
 
 
3 Casas para alugar / férias, fins de semana em ambiente familiar.
A 7 km da Ericeira e das praias, perto de Mafra e a 30 km do centro histórico de Sintra e de Lisboa.
3 Little houses to rent / hollidays, weekends.
7 Km from Ericeira and the beaches, close to Mafra and 30 km from the historical center of Sintra and Lisbon.
3 Casas de vacaciones para alquilar.
 
casadaadega@gmail.com
 
 
Élio ( 351 ) 969855678
 
http://pt.rentalia.com/houses/file.php/ref/59913.htm
Aluguer casas de férias Lisboa - Rentalia
     
 
A Casa da Adega 1/ The Cellar House 1 -----------
 
 A Casinha
 
O Exterior / Outdoors - Casa da Adega 1 ----------------------
 
 
 
 
     
 
O Interior / Indoors - Casa da Adega 1 ---------------------------
 
 
          
 
Preços / Prices / Casa da Adega 1 :
  
ANO 2013 / 2014 - Preços para uma capacidade de 2 pessoas 
Temporada
 
1 Semana
15 Dias
Por noite
1 Novembro até 30 Abril
 
270 €
490 €
45 €
Maio e Outubro
 
300 €
575 €
50 €
1 de Junho a 13 Julho
 
330 €
610 €
55 €
14 Julho a 31 de Agosto
 
360 €
690 €
60 €
Setembro
 
330 €
610 €
55 €
 
       
1 Semana = 7 noites
  
YEAR 2013 - Prices for a capacity of 2 persons 
Season
 
1 Week
A fortnight
Night
1 November to 30 April
 
270 €
490 €
45 €
May and October
 
300 €
575 €
50 €
1 June to 13 July
 
330 €
610 €
55 €
14 of July to 31 August
 
360 €
690 €
60 €
September
 
330 €
610 €
55 €
 
       
1 Week = 7 nights
 
 
Capacidade máxima : 2 adultos  2 criânças
Maximum capacity : 2 adults  2 children
 
Cama extra / Extra bed : 10€ p/noite ( Na mezzanine / Pouf-cama ) / por cada cama extra / for each extra bed.
Para estadias inferiores a 4 noites pode aplicar-se uma taxa de limpeza.
For short stays a cleaning tax maybe aplly. 
 
Fins de semana prolongados, Natal, passagem de ano e Páscoa : preços e estadia mínima sob consulta.
Holidays and festivities : prices and minimal stay under consult.
 
Estadia minima de duas noites / Our minimum stay is two nights.
 
Os preços incluem : roupas de cama e banho, uma limpeza por semana.
Prices include: bed linen, bath towels, cleaning once a week.
 

 

 

publicado por casadaadega às 17:44

Abril 01 2011

 

A Casa da Adega 2 / The Cellar House 2

www.quintadasalfazemas.weebly.com

 

 

 

                    

 

 

 

 

Preços / Prices / Casa da Adega 2 :

 

ANO 2013 / 2014 - Preços para uma capacidade de 2 pessoas

 

Temporada   1 Semana 15 Dias Preço por noite
1 Novembro a 30 Abril    300 € 550 € 50 €
Maio e Outubro   330 € 600 € 55 €
1 de Junho a 13 Julho   360 € 660 € 60 €
14 de Julho a 31 de Agosto   420 € 800 € 70 €
Setembro   360 € 660 € 60 €
         
1 Semana = 7 noites

 

 

YEAR 2013 / 2014 - Prices for a capacity of 2 people


Season   1 Week A fortnight Price for each night
1 November to 30 April   300 € 550 € 50 €
May and October   330 € 600 € 55 €
1 June to 13 July   360 € 660 € 60 €
14 of July to 31 of August   420 € 800 € 70 €
September   360 € 660 € 60 €
         
1 Week = 7 nights

  

Capacidade máxima : 2 adultos + 2/3 criânças


Maximum capacity : 2 adults + 2/3 children

 

Cama extra / Extra bed : 10€ p/noite / por cada cama extra / for each extra bed.

For short stays we charge a cleaning tax.

Para curtas estadias aplicamos uma taxa de limpeza. 

 

Fins de semana prolongados, Natal, passagem de ano e Páscoa : preços e estadia mínima sob consulta.

  

Holidays and festivities, prices and minimal stay under consult.

 

Estadia minima de duas noites / Our minimum stay is two nights.

 

Os preços incluem : roupas de cama e banho, uma limpeza por semana.

  

Prices include: bed linen, bath towels, cleaning once a week.

 

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O exterior - Uso comum à Casa da Quinta e Casa da Adega 2

The exterior - Use for the Cellar House 2 and the Farm House

 

www.quintadasalfazemas.weebly.com

 

 

               

 

 

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A Casa da Quinta / The Farm House

 

www.quintadasalfazemas.weebly.com

 

  

                       

                       

 

 

Casa da Quinta / The Farm House - Preços / Prices :

 

ANO 2013 / 2014 - Preços para uma capacidade de 6 pessoas

   

Temporada Preço por noite 1 Semana 15 Dias  
1 Novembro até 30 Abril 85 € 510 € 900 €  
Maio e Outubro 100 € 600 € 1.100 €  
1 de Junho a 13 de Julho 120 € 720 € 1.250 €  
13 de Julho a 31 Agosto 140 € 840 € 1.580 €  
Setembro 120 € 720 € 1.250 €  
         
1 Semana = 7 noites

      

 YEAR 2013 / 2014 - Prices for a capacity of 6 people

Season 1 Night 1 Week A fortnight  
1 November to 31 April 85 € 510 € 900 €  
May and October 100 € 600 € 1.100 €  
1 June to 13 July 120 € 720 € 1.250 €  
14 July to 31 August 140 € 840 € 1.580 €  
September 120 € 720 € 1.250 €  
         
1 Week = 7 nights

  

 

Capacidade máxima : 6 adultos + 3/4 criânças

Maximum capacity : 6 adults + 3/4 children

 

Pergunte-nos o preço desta casa se forem menos pessoas.

Ask us the price if less people.

  

Cama extra / Extra bed : 10€ p/noite / por cada cama extra / for each extra bed.

For short stays we charge a cleaning tax.

Para curtas estadias cobramos uma taxa de limpeza.

 

Fins de semana prolongados, Natal, passagem de ano e Páscoa : preços e estadia mínima sob consulta.

  

Holidays and festivities, prices and minimal stay under consult.

Estadia minima de 2 noites / Our minimum stay is 2 nights.

 

Os preços incluem : roupas de cama e banho, uma limpeza por semana. 

Prices include: bed linen, bath towels, cleaning once a week.

publicado por casadaadega às 17:21

Fevereiro 11 2009

 

 Praia : Ribeira D'Ilhas

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ericeira is famous for its beautiful beaches, located where the high cliffs of the rocky coast meet the Atlantic Ocean. Surfing is the dominant sport and sunbathing is the most popular activity of tourists who come from all over the world.

However, Ericeira offers a lot more besides surfing to those interested in sport. Body-boarding, skim-boarding, windsurfing, fishing, diving, sailing, jet-skiing, water-skiing and beach-volley are some of the activities enjoyed at the beaches of the village.

In addition, the modern facilities of the municipal gymnasium and the Santa Marta park offer even more sporting facilities. Or you could discover the beautiful landscape on a mountain bike, horseback riding or by just hiking around.



 

Ericeira is a fishing village 50 km (31 miles) northeast of Lisbon, 25 km (16 miles) from Sintra and 10 km (6 miles) from Mafra. It has the Atlantic Ocean as an eternal companion. Out of this relationship, the sun has given the best of its light and an ocean of traditions has been born.

The hospitality of its people, the harmony of the "old village" with its narrow cobblestone streets, characteristic housing, singular monuments, the sea, the fishing, the cuisine, the bold Atlantic views and the multiplicity of cultural programming interlace here in a grand way to welcome its visitors.


 

Most noted are the beaches of thick creamy sand washed by rich iodized kelp and sheltered from a cool breeze with high natural rock formations.

A perfect place to relax or to go sport fishing, hang gliding, surfing or to contemplate an ocean sunset. Ericeira is already known for surfing world wide by professionals or for simple lovers of the sport.

Ericeira is immediately surrounded by a landscape of deep valleys and rising hills from the sea. The landscape is dotted by small villages and farms with strong rural traditions, these complementary byways are worth discovering and feeling.

 

   

Beaches :

The tourist may choose among sheltered and sometimes crowded beaches like the Praia do Sul, in the village itself, or the quieter and less public ones, like São Sebastião at the north end of the village, on the way to the camping site.

Further still, the beach of Ribeira D´lhas, facing the open sea, it is internationally renowned as one of the best surfing spots in Europe. After Ribamar comes São Lourenço beach, the favorite for those who like plenty of space and beautiful sea views.

On the opposite side of the village the river running alongside the chapel of Nossa Senhora do Ó and across the sandy beach of Foz do Lizandro offers pleasant opportunities for boat trips, and after comes the of São Julião.

 

   

 

 

 

Mafra - History
Located to the north of Lisboa is the impressive Palácio de Mafra in the small town of the same name. It was commenced in 1717 in the reign of Dom João V. The initial project was less ambitious in size. The King committed himself to his church to build a new monastery for 13 Franciscan friars as a seal of his faith and in penance for his well-known sexual extravagances. During its long history the Palace has been mainly used by the Royal Family as a home when hunting in its adjoining forest for deer and wild boar. The monastery was abandoned in 1834 after Dom João V had dissolved all religious orders. The Royal quarters were last used by Dom Manuel II as an overnight resting-place on his escape to England in 1910 aboard his yacht moored at the nearby port of Ericeira.

 

Mafra - Description
This impressive Baroque Palace when finished was enlarged to include 880 rooms and 330 cells for its monks. It also includes a small hospital and pharmacy, and a prize library. Beautifully housed are about 36.000 rare books that include a first edition of “Os Lusíadas” by the famous Portuguese poet Luís de Camões. This enlargement of the palace was made feasible by the vast wealth that suddenly flooded into the Royal coffers from Brazil. Besides its Basilica full of marble statues carved by Italian masters of that time, it also has separate royal suites for the King and his Queen linked by an extremely lengthy corridor that stretches 232 meters across the front of the Palace. It can only be assumed that this acted as a timely warning when either party was entertaining privately and was about to receive a Royal visitor. This large Palace was inaugurated in 1730 with a notable celebration that lasted eight days and included most of the 52.000 workmen who had been involved in its construction. Most of its interior furnishings were removed to Brazil when the King fled to Brazil in 1807 to avoid the invading French army. At present the Basilica is undergoing a renovation program and the first organ of the existing six has been restored. The organ was built in 1807 and consists of 1578 tubes.

The forest covered estate attached to the town and it now can be visited on foot, by vehicle or horseback. The estate is kept well stocked with wild game including boar and there is a museum with a small collection of antique horse drawn vehicles. Nearby is a Nature Centre for the Preservation of the Iberian Wolf which is also open to the public.

 

Mafra - Nearby Locations
To the west of Mafra is the small port of Ericeira that retains a village atmosphere regardless of the invasion it suffers every summer from Lisbon populace. First recorded as in town in 1229 it was here that Mateus Álvares falsely declared himself King and locally attempted to act as such before he was arrested and sentenced to the galleys whilst all his supporters were hanged.

With its small fishing industry Ericeira is well known for its choice of restaurants offering the fresh catch of the day. There is a small museum in the town with items recording the flight of their King in 1910 and the history of the local fishermen and their boats. On the coast and to the south of Ericeira is the beach village of São Julião, where at the end of the tarmac road is a small Monastery originating from the 16th Century. To the west of Mafra, between the town and the coastline is the village of Sobreiro where visitors can see the fascinating clay model village and its figures created by José(Zé) Franco. To the north of Mafra is the town of Torres Vedras overlooked by its restored 13th Century castle walls. Within the 16th Century Convento da Graça is a museum devoted to the epic story of of the “Linhas de Torres Vedras”.

In October of the year 1809, a defensive line of fortification was commenced on the order of the commander of the British Forces, Sir Arthur Wellesley. It was built to protect Lisbon in the south from the invading Napoleonic Army and was in total over 85 Kms. in length, with 152 fortified positions and over 600 defending guns. The leader of the French army of 65.000 troops General Masséna, after testing its effectiveness and realizing its was almost impregnable fell back and he and his army retreated. Sir Arthur Wellesley was later to be awarded amongst others the title of "Duke of Wellington”.

 

 

 

 

publicado por casadaadega às 14:07

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