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3 bedroom villa with terrace, solerengo

Who is our space for?
This space is suitable for families with children, couples, group of friends, or business travelers who wish to escape the day-to-day routine and explore, discover, get to know or simply rest.
The villa has been prepared so that you feel welcome and can create memories. Located just a few minutes from the beaches of Amado and Bordeira. The villa consists on the ground floor of a large living and dining room, service bathroom, kitchen equipped with the essentials for your stay to be the best, sunny terrace around the house with artificial grass and bbq area, on the first floor we find the bedrooms, 2 with access to a balcony and a service bathroom, There is yet another balcony on this floor.

Carrapateira is a village situated on the west coast of the Algarve, Portugal. Administratively, it is currently part of the parish of Bordeira, in the municipality of Aljezur; Its points of interest include the Carrapateira Fort and the Carrapateira Parish Church. It has a museum, the Museum of the Sea and Land of Carrapateira. This town is well known and frequented by surfers and water sports lovers in order to go to Praia do Amado.

There is a route of the Rota Vicentina to discover and contemplate the unique nature of the region. And the Pontal da Carrapateira trail that goes from the village itself to the beaches and being circular you can choose where to end it, in the part of the cliffs there are accesses to the viewpoints, with unique views, and the ruins of an Islamic settlement of tuna fishermen. This trail has 10.5km of route, which you can do at your own pace.

It is worth lingering at Bordeira beach to appreciate how the sea has sculpted the sand into harmonious shapes that change with the seasons. This beach, unique and full of nooks and crannies, resulted from the interaction between the sediments coming from Monchique, the deposits left by the sea, the insistent work of the wind and the vagaries of the tides and currents. Carrapateira delights vacationers, surfers, hikers, fishermen, shellfish gatherers, biologists. On the dunes, the vegetation is exuberant: thyme, yellow evergreens, rosemary, rosemary, camarinhas, morrião-das-areias, limonium and cistus.

The tracery of the cliffs begins to take on new shapes, as the rock begins to be limestone from here, to the south. Limescale dissolves easily in rainwater, which is slightly acidic. Thus, the action of seawater, eroding the cliff underneath, combined with the dissolution of the top, caused by rain and runoff water, gives rise to holes, caves, arches and columns of rock. Materials that were found within the limestone but are insoluble, such as red clays, form red deposits that contrast with the whiteness of the limestone.

What to visit in Vila do Bispo?
Mother Church – Typical façade of the art of the XVI century. XVIII, with a door surmounted by an oculus and a pediment with curved lines. Central nave covered with blue tiles, which have the theme of jugs and dolphins (1726). Dough ceiling with painted coffins. In the gilded altarpiece of the high altar (XVI century). XVIII), the image of Our Lady of the Conception (beginning of the XVIII century). XVI), patron saint of the church. Two side altars with carved altarpieces and images from the XVI century. Sacristy with chest, various images from the XVIII century. XVIII and panels depicting St. Peter and St. Paul (18th century). Attached to the church, there is a museum with interesting pieces of sacred art, with emphasis on two Our Ladies from the XVI century. XVI.

Praça da República - The place of Praça da República, it was formerly the center of the village. It is still noticeable in the layout of the streets that many of them start from this point. Of particular note here is the Mother Church, which was built in the sixteenth century.

Jardim da Fonte - At the entrance of Vila do Bispo, a large and pleasant area, with many trees, which provide plenty of shade. In this space, the Fonte Nova, from the nineteenth century, and the recent Memorial of Homage to the Ex-Combatants, who were born and lived in the municipality of Vila do Bispo, stand out.

Monument "Celeiro do Algarve" – The Celeiro do Algarve is a work by the contemporary sculptor Mário Miranda. This monument recalls the agrarian history of Vila do Bispo, as an important producer of cereals, until the 19th century.

Interpretation Centre - It was inaugurated in 2009, in the building of the old barnacle fish market. In Vila do Bispo, this is the space for cultural dissemination, which often hosts temporary exhibitions.

Tanegashima Square - ~It is a large, landscaped area, which defines the current center of the village. It is a space that marks the twinning of Vila do Bispo with the municipality of Nishinoomote, which is located on the island of Tanegashima, in Japan, where, in the sixteenth century, the Portuguese arrived for the first time. Representing the meeting of cultures, the sculptural work of the artist António Matos stands out in the middle of the square.

Mills - The mills bear witness to the importance that, in the past, these lands had in the production of cereals. They are decommissioned and are now residential, however, they remain prominent landmarks.

Paleolithic Deposit of Vale de Boi - It is the largest archaeological site in the entire Iberian Peninsula. It covers an area of more than 10,000 m2, near the Ribeira de Vale Boi, in the municipality of Vila do Bispo. The archaeological work carried out here has found traces of human presence that are more than thirty thousand years old. Hunting artifacts were unearthed, such as arrowheads, small spears for fishing, pieces of adornment made of shells and perforated bones, which would have been part of necklaces. A rare art object was also found, depicting three aurochs (a now extinct wild ox), engraved on a shale slab. Through the thousands of bones of hunted animals found here, the variety of fauna that once existed in the Vila do Bispo area was discovered.

Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe - Associated with the tradition of being a place of prayer for Prince Henry the Navigator. Romanogotics (possibly from the XVI century) XIII). Simple façade with pointed portal and rose window. Main chapel with side columns of carved capitals and vault. Side buttresses with gargoyles. Surrounded by a rural landscape, it was part of Quinta da Raposeira, where there are ruins of a manor house from the XVI century. XV.

Torre de Aspa - Ruins of a watchtower on a hill overlooking the sea (156 meters high). Panorama covering the entire coast up to Cape St. Vincent and Sagres.

Vale de Gato de Cima – Three scattered menhirs. Located on an elevation of 112m high and 250 m SE of Monte de Vale de Gato de Cima, about 3km SW of Vila do Bispo.

Slippery Stone – Three decorated menhirs and a collective grave with corridor and chamber. Located 1km southwest of Vila do Bispo, to the east of km 29.2 of the old EN 268, at the top of a small hill 97m high, partially cut to the west by the new road.

Casa do Francês – Six small menhirs and a slab decorated with dimples and grooves. In the continuity of the megalithic trail started at Pedra Escorregadia, 100m to the south along the dirt road, with 84m of altitude.

Lovers – A set of numerous menhirs that included two cromlechs. It is located on Monte dos Amantes, in the continuity of the megalithic trail started at Pedra Escorregadia.

Murração Beach - It appears among the rocky indentations of the Vicentine coast, with the beauty of a wild orchid. The beach and the surrounding area are virtually untouched by man. It is located before Amado beach, in Aljezur, but still belongs to the municipality of Vila do Bispo. To get to this beach, it is necessary to walk along a wide dirt road for 5 km. It is an unguarded beach, without any infrastructure, little frequented, because it is difficult to access. Its tranquility and beauty are attributes that attract naturists.

Praia da Ponta Ruiva - This beach is particularly appreciated by surfers and bodyboarders. At the southern end of the sand, there is a large reddish rock, which gave rise to the name of Praia da Ponta Ruiva. It is a very beautiful, wild beach, without surveillance or infrastructure. Access is via a cliff, following a pedestrian trail, which descends towards the beach in an area of lower slope. Along this path, you can smell the strong smell of cistus, a plant abundant in the surrounding vegetation, and it is common to see falcons or small birds, such as the cartaxo. The route by car is made on dirt roads, and starting from Vila do Bispo, the path is signposted, but, coming from Sagres, there is no indication. The last section of the dirt road is not easy, so it should only be done with an all-terrain vehicle.

Praia da Cordoama - It is located next to imposing cliffs, which can be more than 100 meters high. It has an extensive sandy beach, with almost 2 km. At low tide, the sands of this beach join the sands of Barriga and Castelejo beaches, forming a tongue of sand as far as the eye can see. It is a wide and quite quiet beach. The swell of the sea is great for sports such as surfing and bodyboarding. Praia da Cordoama is one of the twelve beaches in Vila do Bispo with a blue flag, it is guarded during the bathing season, has a restaurant and car park. There is a direct road to this beach, about 5 km long, starting from the Municipal Market of Vila do Bispo.

Praia da Barriga - It is north of Praia da Cordoama. The beach is smaller, about 900 meters long, and is not guarded. The beach, sheltered by the black cliffs that contrast with the white of the sand, is as enchanting as the green path that gives access to it. To get here, it is necessary to walk a rural dirt road, not signposted, with about 4 km.

Praia Da Ingrina - A very beautiful beach in a small bay protected by the wind. It has a small sandy beach that becomes quite small at high tide (during the winter).

Praia Das Furnas - Beach with long and beautiful sand. It has a parking spot that is approximately 100 meters from the beach (a flat path). A good option for those who want to take their dog. Access to the beach is via a paved road and the last 600 metres via a dirt road that is in good condition. The beach has a grotto facing the ocean, a good place to rest and admire the sea.

There is the possibility of renting for long periods
This property, as well as some of the ones we have, are available for long-term rental from November to March. If you are interested in a longer stay, please contact us and we will present you with the ideal proposal.

When booking this accommodation, what are the benefits/amenities
Free parking outside the building
Free Wi-Fi
Cable TV
Location just minutes from the beach
Storage for your items
Terrace and Balconies
Equipped kitchen to prepare your meals
Dolce Gusto Coffee Machine
Follow-up of your stay by our employees

For extra payment, what can I have
Extra Cleaning & Laundry
Baby cot

If you have any questions that have not been answered, please get in touch.

Other things to note
There is an information book on site, which you can read to help you use any appliances or a suggestion of nearby activities, restaurants and services.

Property Features


  • Fireplace
  • Parking
  • Roof Top Terrace
  • Terrace
  • Furnished
  • Close to Services
  • Balcony
  • View: Sea View

Renting Rates


Period From to Weekly
January 01-01-2024 31-01-2024 € 490
February 01-02-2024 29-02-2024 € 490
March 01-03-2024 31-03-2024 € 630
April 01-04-2024 30-04-2024 € 665
May 01-05-2024 31-05-2024 € 700
June 01-06-2024 30-06-2024 € 900
July 01-07-2024 31-07-2024 € 1050
August 01-08-2024 31-08-2024 € 1260
September 01-09-2024 30-09-2024 € 945
October 01-10-2024 31-10-2024 € 630
November 01-11-2024 30-11-2024 € 490
December 01-12-2024 31-12-2024 € 350

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