Moinhos de São Filipe, no.2 | 50080.2

Nicely furnished and well equipped windmill in Setúbal with sea view,  2 km from the beach, 1 double, living room with 1 double sofa bed and dining area, equipped kitchenette,  1 bathroom, mezzanine, BBQ, shared panoramic swimming pool, a fitness circuit, a playground for the children and picnic zone, parking, daily maid service, sleeps 2-4 persons, breakfast products and daily fresh rolls delivered to windmill.

1 Total no. of bedrooms
4 Sleeps
0 m2

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description Description

This estate is located in Setúbal.  The view from the property is dazzling.  Located on the slope of Serra da Arrábida, its background is the mouth of River Sado, its meeting with the Atlantic Ocean and all the life which thrives in both. During the day, this scenery is speckled here and there by all sorts of boats, from large ships being towed in and out of the harbour to little sail or fishing boats. Occasionally, one might catch a glimpse of dolphins.  By night, a blanket of little twinkling city lights, spreading from the castle over Setúbal and across the river to Tróia peninsula, makes us feel like we're living in a Sherazade's "One thousand and one nights" tale.

The property has two completely equipped windmills, hosting up to 4 persons each.  Each of these touristic lodgings has a suite, a living room with cable TV, a double sofa bed and direct dial telephone, equipped kitchenette,  one bathroom and a mezzanine.   Outside, guests have a BBQ.  Daily maid service.  Breakfast products and daily fresh bread included in price and delivered to windmills.

Property grounds comprise an area of 3 ha.  In it, there is a panoramic swimming pool, a fitness circuit, a playground for the children and picnic zones, with tables and benches to sit comfortably in the shade of trees, swirling paths amid gardens with wooden benches here and there, always in the right place, so you can enjoy the view.  As an option to the parking lot, there is also a garage.  Distance to nearest beach is 2 km.
Pets allowed on request.

Sleeps 2-4 persons.

kitchen Amenities and facilities

hotel Bedrom

1 Total no. of bedrooms
1 Double beds
0 Single beds
1 Double sofa/extra beds
0 Single sofa/extra beds
1 Baby beds
0 Baby highchairs

wc Bathroom

0 Bathrooms
1 Shower rooms
0 Guest WC
0 Rooms with ensuite

terrain Outside Facilities

River view
Sea view
Shared swimming pool
Private parking

radio Inside Facilities

Fire place / Stove
Cable/Satellite TV

kitchen Kitchen Equipment

Pots pans

priority_high Suitable

Pets subject to previous aproval

Wheelchair not suitable
Elderly or infirm
Children welcome

rowing Sports and outdoor

Horseback riding
Rock climbing
Water skiing

streetview Sights and attractions

Sight seeing

edit_location Location - Area

The River Sado empties at the city of Setúbal, which has been a fish-salting centre since the 1st century.
After the Moorish invasions in the 4th century, it declined and the sands moved in. The town really developed during the Age of Discoveries when King Afonso V sailed from the port of Setúbal in 1458 for Morocco, where he conquered Alcácer Ceguer.
Setúbal became one of the country's most important commercial and industrial centres in the 19th century and was elevated to a city in 1860.

What to see
The most noteworthy monument in the city is the 15th-century Church of Jesus, founded by Justa Rodrigues Pereira, the nurse of King Manuel I. With its rope-like stone ribs decorating the ceiling, it marks the beginning of the Manueline style in Portugal. The monastic quarters adjacent to the church house a museum that boasts the largest collection of 1500s paintings in Portugal. Featuring impressive 18th-century azulejo glazed tiles, the 16th-century cathedral dedicated to Santa Maria de Graça was originally founded in the 13th century as a small Renaissance-Gothic chapel. From the Fortress of São Filipe on the top of a hill overlooking Setúbal, there is a magnificent view of the river and the beautiful Tróia peninsula. King Philip II of Spain visited Setúbal and built the fort in 1582 after annexing Portugal. The star-shaped bastion houses an exquisite small chapel tiled with scenes from the life of São Filipe by Policarpo de Oliveira Bernardes, a master tile-maker.

Across the river from Setúbal stretch the long golden beaches of the Tróia Peninsula, where the Roman city of Cetóbriga lies beneath the sands after being destroyed by an earthquake and subsequent tidal wave in 412 AD. The Convent of Arrábida located on one of the hills in the Arrábida mountains has a magnificent view of the sea. Comprising several chapels, a church and a number of monks' cells, it was founded in 1542 by Franciscan friars.

Airport distance Lisboa (LIS) 50 km
Beach 2 km
Shopping 1 km
Restaurant 1 km
Bar 1 km
Waterpark 0 m
Golf 10 km
Skilifts 0 m
Museum 0 m
Zoo 0 m

date_range Availability

library_books Terms

Minimum rental (days) 3

Payment info

Deposit due 5 Days after booking, Amount 30.00 %
Balance due 35 Days before arrival
Latest check in 00:00:00
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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