Rent villa Lisbon
Rent villa Lisbon coast
Rent your villa on the Lisbon coast with Amarantevillas. Amarantevillas has a large selection of holiday villas near Lisbon for rent, even for the discerning holiday maker. Our villas near Lisbon all have a private swimming pool. In the high season the rent is often from Saturday to Saturday, but in the low and mid season there is often also the possibility to stay shorter in your villa.
Rent villa in Lisbon
If you want to rent a villa at Lisbon you have several options. Amarantevillas wants to give you a fantastic holiday and that also includes beautiful surroundings. That is why we choose to rent villas in particular on the south side of Lisbon and on the west coast of Lisbon. On the west coast of Lisbon we mainly have villas for rent near Sintra, Cascais and Estoril. South of Lisbon we have a wonderful range of villas at Sesimbra, Aroeira golf resort, Aldeia do Meco, Azeitao and the Troia peninsula.
Lisbon and its surroundings offer everything a holidaymaker could wish for. Natural parks where you can walk or cycle, the palaces and castles in historic Sintra, the beautiful coastline with fantastic surf beaches such as Guincho and cozy seaside resorts. The climate in the region is Mediterranean, with mild winters and warm, dry summers. The average temperature in July is 27°C, with the highest risk of rain in the months of November to February. In the summer months of July and August there is an average of 1 rainy day. The wind brings some cooling and usually comes from the west or northwest, influenced by the ocean.
The region has a wealth of culture with cathedrals and monasteries, museums and palaces. The city has two large bridges over the river Tagus. The Ponte 25 de Abril is named after the Carnation Revolution of 1974 and connects Lisbon with the southern bank of the Tagus. In addition, there is the 17 km long Vasco da Gama bridge to the south. From the large statue of Christ in Almada you have a great view over the city and the river. Lisbon has three major football clubs, two of which are international and Benfica is the best known. Taxis in Lisbon are cream-coloured, easily available and relatively cheap. There are pitches everywhere, but you can also hold a taxi by raising your hand. Since there are many differences in height in the city, it can be nice to reach the sights by tram, which runs throughout the city. There is also a subway that goes from the suburbs to Lisbon, between 6.30 and 01.00 hours. Driving and parking in Lisbon is a challenge, the city has heavy traffic and a shortage of parking spaces. It is a good idea to leave the car outside Lisbon and take the metro, tram or ferry to the city. From Cascais and Estoril you can also easily reach the city centre by train. In the lower town is the Rossio, for centuries the main square of the city. In the Bairro Alto district there are many restaurants and nightlife venues. In the Alfama district there are several fado houses and the most famous and oldest cathedral of the city is also located here. In the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga there is a lot of work by Northern European painters such as Hieronymus Bosch and Albrecht Dürer. Jardim Botânico is also recommended with its rare plants and tree species.
Sintra is located close to the coast north of Lisbon, it is a beautiful town at the foot of the mountains with the same name, rich in history. It has been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site of mankind. The mountain range has lush vegetation and is part of the Parque Natural Sintra-Cascais Natural Park. The palaces and castles are definitely worth a visit, most of them can be visited and are furnished as a museum. Nearby are beautiful beaches, such as Praia Grande and the adjacent Praia da Macas near the village of the same name on the cliffs. Cabo da Roca is the most western point of the European continent, situated on a windy cliff, but offers breathtaking views over the coastline and the ocean.
Cascais was once the summer residence of the royal family, now one of the most popular seaside resorts on the Lisbon coast. The town still has the charm of a fishing village, the marina and the city beach are right next to the old town. It is a busy place with lots of shops and restaurants, on the small beach are colorful boats, the fishermen come ashore with the catch of the day, which is sold at the local auction directly. A small promenade surrounded by palm trees runs along the beach and the harbour. From Cascais you can easily reach Lisbon by train. The railway takes a scenic route along the coast and takes you within half an hour to Lisbon's main train station. Cascais also has a white bicycle policy, free bicycles that can be borrowed at central points in Cascais and left there. At Boca do Inferno, about three km west along the coastal road, the sea rolls with thunderous force into the caves and gorges and in rough weather form a spectacular fountain of water. The waves plunge into a hole in a 20 metre high limestone rock.
Obidos is located about 80 km north of Lisbon in the Leiria district. The old part of Obidos is still fully walled in and is a very important tourist attraction. The narrow streets with shops and restaurants give a lot of atmosphere, there are many restaurants, you can walk over the walls along the battlements of the old castle, from here you have a view to the sea. In the region are also the places Alcobaca, Bathala, Leiria, Coimbra and Fatima, all still authentic places, with large monasteries and castles. In the summer months there are also several festivals to visit here.
Setubal is a nice city south of Lisbon, on the other side of the Tagus River and north of the area also known as the Costa Azul. The city lies on the banks of the river Sado, it is a nice holiday destination with beautiful beaches and sights. It is the fourth largest city in Portugal and has a large port, which gives this city an industrial appearance. From Setubal you can visit dolphins by boat, also other boat trips depart from here. As it should be in a port city, there are a large number of excellent fish restaurants. From Setubal there is a regular ferry service to the opposite peninsula of Troia. Troia has miles of sandy beaches, especially the Praia de Troia Mar beach is recommended. The beaches are busy in the summer. The peninsula is about 15 km long and about 1500 meters wide.
30 km southwest of the town of Setubal lies the seaside resort of Sesimbra, a tourist town full of sun, sea and beach, nature and other attractions. Previously, the village was a quiet fishing village, but now it is especially in the summer months a vibrant holiday resort where many activities are organized. There are many activities organized, such as boat trips, diving courses and walks. Between Sesimbra and Setubal is the vast natural park Parque Natural da Arrabida.
Costa da Caparica has a beautiful sandy beach of up to 8 km long and is located on the west coast south of Lisbon. An ideal and well known place for surfing. There is a train running along the beaches. Many inhabitants of Lisbon come to this village on weekends to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The beaches here are easily accessible from Lisbon, via the bridge over the Tagus or by ferry. There are many restaurants, bars and beach bars along the beaches; it is an ideal destination for a wonderful beach holiday.
Herdade de Aroeira is a golf resort which is set up as a residential area, the villas are located around the golf courses. The resort is located 25 km from Lisbon, close to the sea but due to its position on the cliff it is still about 2 km to the beach. The resort is spacious and is hidden among the pine trees. There are two beautiful golf courses, possibility to get lessons, a restaurant, bar, supermarket, bike rental, wellness center, tropical pool and tennis courts. The villas are all between 2 - 4 km from the beach. For golf lovers an ideal combination of sun, sea, beach and the relaxation of golf!