Newly built villa in a quiet area a 10 minute drive of the beach in Sesimbra. The villa has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and enough space for a swimming pool.
On the ground floor is the living room with fireplace, kitchen and bathroom with shower. The 1st floor has 3 bedrooms (1 en suite) and a bathroom.
There is also air conditioning, alarm and solar panels.
Located in a quiet area a 10 minute drive from the beach and 45 minutes from Lisbon.
Broadband is widely available in Portugal and is known as 'banda larga'. It is considered to function better than broadband services in the UK due to the fact that Portugal was one of the last countries to embrace broadband technology and thus has a system with newer design and technology. There are several service providers offering ADSL, fibre and wireless services in Portugal to the residential and the professional markets.
Plot size: 270 square metres
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The Blue Coast or Costa Azul, is located south of Lisbon and is a region in Portugal that offers an authentic depiction of Portuguese life.
One of the most popular places to stay within the Blue Coast is the welcoming beach town Sesimbra. Like the rest of the Blue Coast, the town has a welcoming and warm attitude towards visitors and has everything you could need.
The Blue Coast as a whole is a mixture of villages, beaches and friendly resort areas making it the perfect place to visit or settle permanently.
Fly to Lisbon International airport and the beaches of the Blue Coast are just a 45 minute drive south. Flight time from the UK is around 2.5 hours.
There are frequent bus and train services between Setubal and Lisbon. They both take about an hour and both cost between €4-5, with regular departures throughout the day.
The climate on the Blue Coast is similar to Lisbon. This means warm and dry summers and mild winters.
June, July and August tend to be the warmest months of the year. The average annual temperature on the Blue Coast is 17°C.
The Serra da Arrabida Natural Park - Situated by the sea, the park offers some of the most stunning coastal scenery in the Lisbon area.
The highest point is in the Serra do Risco, a magnificent cliff 380m high that offers a unique view of the entire Serra da Arrabida Natural Park.
Good ways of getting to know this place, are by hiking or cycling the way along marked footpaths. You can choose the most appropriate level of difficulty, and even make night trips.
Portinho da Arrabida - one of the most beautiful beaches in all of Portugal. Whether you want to dip your toes or scuba dive, the beach's crystal blue waters are as fun to explore as they are mesmerising.
Forte de Sao Filipe, Setubal Castle – Standing above Setubal, The Forte de Sao Filipe is one of the most notable landmarks of the entire region.
The castle has been restored so that visitors can now explore the monument's battlements and grounds and the inside has been turned into a hotel with a restaurant that offers a view of the entire fishing port.
This is the ideal location for those seeking an authentic and uncompromised experience of traditional Portugal, with property prices that are comparably lower to areas such as Lisbon and Porto.
The Blue Coast is a mixture of clear beaches, quaint towns and villages, traditional Portuguese cuisine and friendly folk
On the Blue Coast, there are a variety of different properties available ranging from traditional and modern villas on the coast line to apartments in the beach towns
If you prefer to design and build your own villa then there are opportunities to buy a plot of land, some with stunning views.
Popular areas to buy property in the Blue Coast include the beach town of Sesimbra, the village of Meco or the city of Setubal.