Monte do Gizo | 60081

Villa in a luxury resort in rural environment, between Cuba and Alvito, 15 km from Beja, 45 km from Évora, 140 km from Lisbon, golf green with driving range and 7 holes putting green, club house with restaurant, bar and games lounge, 2 swimming pools, children playground, games field, riding centre, 2 lakes, rowing and pedal boats, 2 bicycles, 160 living area, air conditioning, 3 double rooms, 3 bathrooms, living room, dining area, equipped kitchen, patio, panoramic view, barbecue, sleeps 6 persons, self catering.

3 Total no. of bedrooms
6 Sleeps
160 m2

Villa, Vacation House
Self Catering
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description Description

Villa inserted in a luxury resort with 114 hectares in rural environment. Located between the towns of Cuba and Alvito, it is 15 km from Beja, 45 km from Évora and 140 km from Lisbon. The estate includes a golf green with driving range and 7 holes putting green, club house with restaurant (previous order required), bar and games lounge, 2 swimming pools (one for adults and one for children), children playground, games field, riding centre, 2 lakes, rowing and pedal boats, 2 bicycles, and the possibility to watch several species in Nature’s freedom. Activities outside the resort include the kart track of Évora, rental boats in the Alqueva Great Lake, air balloon rides and airplane flying.

The resort includes a number of detached villas with similar architecture and enjoying all privacy. This villa has 160 m2 living area with air conditioning, 3 double rooms, one of them with en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi, another 2 bathrooms, lounge with glazed living area with TV and open fireplace, and dining area, fully equipped kitchen and an excellent patio with panoramic view over the surrounding flat lands of Alentejo. Charcoal barbecue available.
Sleeps 6 persons, self catering.

kitchen Amenities and facilities

hotel Bedrom

3 Total no. of bedrooms
3 Double beds

wc Bathroom

3 Bathrooms
1 Rooms with ensuite

terrain Outside Facilities

Shared swimming pool
Private parking

radio Inside Facilities

Fire place / Stove
Cable/Satellite TV

kitchen Kitchen Equipment

Dish washer
Pots pans
Wash machine

priority_high Suitable

Pets not authorized
Elderly or infirm Suitable
Children welcome

rowing Sports and outdoor

Horseback riding

streetview Sights and attractions

Sight seeing

edit_location Location - Area

Despite some of the pressures that it has been subjected to, the Alentejo has an identity of landscape and culture which is unique and which, at the beginning of the third millennium, is the best preserved in Portugal.

Situated at the south-west point of Europe, it is affected by a large number of influences – continental, Atlantic, Mediterranean, North African and Macaronesian (Atlantic islands) – from the crossroads of which occurs the presence, as much on land as in the sea, of a great variety of species of flora and fauna living healthily together.

This richness, together with the riches of landscape and geology, have led to the classification of large areas of its territory as Protected Areas, in the form of Natural Parks and Nature Reserves. There are various zones integrated within the Rede Natura 2000 (the Natura 2000 Network), classified under European directives for the protection of Birds and Habitats.

The history of the Alentejo has contributed decisively to the conservation of these natural treasures. Not part of the direction taken by accelerated economic growth, its industrialisation has been on a lower scale. As a region, it has remained essentially rural and with a low density of population. Until the 1990s, tourism itself was almost exclusively limited to the Évora–Estremoz–Vila Viçosa–Elvas axis and did not constitute a significant factor in relation to building and construction.
However, and despite everything that was not touched, what today has been handed down to us is not nature in a “pure” state; it is a landscape that has been strongly influenced by humankind over thousands of years of occupation. Except for the vegetation along rivers and streams, fundamentally comprising poplar, ash, willow and alder, that on the more inaccessible schist escarpments of the north west and, on the coast, the sands and the cliffs, where it appears no one has ever been, a substantial part of what makes the Alentejan landscape so enchanting is the fruit of human hands: the original cork oak and holm oak woods today comprise an intelligent system linking woodland with pasture; the wheat fields, which continue to be the theme of tourist adverts for the Alentejo, havenevertheless demanded a heavy ecological price; the torrential nature of the rivers has been combated by the construction of dams which paint the landscape with beautiful surfaces of mirrored water; the pastures provide grazing for flocks and herds; irrigated cultures, as well as vineyards and olive groves, provide colour in the harsh dryness of the summer heat.


Airport distance Lisboa (LIS) 140 km
Shopping 6 km
Restaurant 500 m
Bar 500 m
Golf 300 m

date_range Availability

library_books Terms

Minimum rental (days) 7

Payment info

Deposit due 5 Days after booking, Amount 30.00 %
Balance due 35 Days before arrival
Earliest arrival time 15:00:00
Latest departure time 11:00:00

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35 Days before arrival Deposit + 100 %


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