Vila Calmo | 60087


Newly built villa in an unspoilt rural location 3 km from Odemira, 10 km from beaches (Zambujeira do Mar), 2 km from shops and supermarkets, underfloor heating, log burner,  large patio, 3 bedrooms (one with ensuite shower room), 1 family bathroom, lounge with dining area, equipped kitchen, private swimming pool, garden, lawn, garden furniture, BBQ, parking space, shared tennis court, sleeps 6 persons, self catering.



3 Total no. of bedrooms
6 Sleeps


Villa, Vacation House
Self Catering
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Newly built villa furnished to a high standard, located in an unspoilt rural location 3 km from Odemira, on the edge of the “Costa Vincentina National Park”, with spectacular views. Beaches are only 10 kilometers away (Zambujeira do Mar) with others also close by. The beaches are beautiful with many sandy coves and stunning coast line. There are a number of shops and supermarkets within 5 minutes of the property.

Situated on a large plot with wooded valley below with cork, eucalyptus and wild flowers which you can explore, the villa benefits from underfloor heating and log burner so is suitable for use all year long. Detached house with a large patio, it comprises 2 double rooms (1 with ensuite shower room), 1 twin room (travel cot available), 1 family bathroom, lounge with sofas, fireplace, satellite TV (including UK Sky), DVD, CD/Radio player, dining area and fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar with stools for three. Outside, guests enjoy a large private swimming pool inserted in a spacious private garden with lawn, garden furniture, BBQ and parking space. Shared tennis court available.

Sleeps 6 persons, self catering.


kitchen Amenities and facilities


hotel Bedrom


3 Total no. of bedrooms
2 Double beds
2 Single beds
1 Baby beds

wc Bathroom


1 Bathrooms
1 Shower rooms
1 Rooms with ensuite

terrain Outside Facilities


Pool view
Garden
Terrace
BBQ
Private swimming pool
Tennis court
Private parking

radio Inside Facilities


Bedlinen
Towels
Fire place / Stove
Cable/Satellite TV
Radio
Stereo
DVD-Player
CD-Player

kitchen Kitchen Equipment


Kitchen
Cooker
Oven
Freezer
Toaster
Coffee machine
Dish washer
Kitchenware
Pots pans
Glassware
Wash machine

priority_high Suitable


Pets not authorized
Non smoking property
Elderly or infirm Suitable
Children welcome

rowing Sports and outdoor


Deep sea fishing
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Horseback riding
Surfing
Swimming
Trekking
Windsurfing

streetview Sights and attractions


Gastronomy
Sight seeing
Waterpark

edit_location Location - Area

This beautiful name is said to have originated from the Arab words wad (meaning river) and Emir, leading to the name Odemira in Portuguese.

Despite being conquered from the Moors by the first Portuguese king D. Afonso Henriques, the town was not granted a charter until 1257, in the reign of D. Afonso III, when it was populated on a definitive basis.

Odemira has not managed to preserve any really important remains from this historic past. Nothing is left, for example, of the castle that once stood at the town's highest point, not even the name of the street - Rua do Castelo - which used to lead there.

This has been rechristened Rua Sarmento de Beires, in homage to the Portuguese aviator born in the town and who, in 1924, took off from Vila Nova de Milfontes, in a small Bréguet aeroplane, heading for Macau, where he finally came to rest some 115 hours later, after having flown more than 16,000 kilometres!

In one of the town's gardens, there is a curious painted statue erected in memory of one of the region's other famous personalities: Damiano, the chemist who wrote a book in the fifteenth century teaching people how to play chess!

Odemira's charm lies in its location on top of a small hill, forming a kind of amphitheatre with its brilliant white houses facing towards the river Mira. The source of the river is in the Serra do Caldeirão, but from this point on it is navigable as far as its mouth at Vila Nova de Milfontes, over a stretch of roughly 30 kilometres, a most beautiful setting for sailing, rowing or canoeing.

The region has taken great care to preserve its handicrafts and various craftsmen can be found here making baskets, furniture, pottery and hand-woven fabrics.

The whole of this southern strip of the Portuguese coast, running from the town of Sines to Cape St Vincent in the Algarve, forms part of the Nature Park of Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina, a region that contains rare species of flora and fauna and the only place in the world where the white swan can be found nesting on sea cliffs.
Beach
Rural

Airport distance Faro (FAO) 118 km
Beach 10 km
Shopping 2 km
Restaurant 5 km
Bar 2 km

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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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