Casa de Baixo

Central Algarve

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  • Ground floor: Entrance hall. Cloakroom. Living room (fireplace, satellite TV, DVD, CD, A/C, WiFi) with doors to covered terrace/garden. Ante room with doors to covered terrace. Dining room (A/C) with doors to covered terrace. Kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher). Utility room (washing machine). Central heating throughout the house. Mezzanine study (fireplace, balcony).
  • Lower level: Double bedroom (A/C) with en suite bathroom, dressing area, and doors to side terrace/garden. Twin bedroom (A/C) with ensuite shower room.
  • First floor: Double bedroom (TV, A/C) with en suite bathroom, dressing area and balcony. Twin bedroom (A/C) with en suite shower room.
  • Outside: Summer kitchen/games room (American-style fridge freezer, sink, table football, table tennis, pool table, card table, PlayStation, satellite TV, DVD) with French windows onto poolside terrace. Two cloakrooms. Shower. Sun terraces. In-built barbecue. Covered and open dining terraces.
  • Landscaped lawned grounds over two levels. Garage and private parking.
  • Private heated* swimming pool (15m x 5m) with two sets of corner Roman steps (pool can be fenced on request).
  • Separate solar heated children's pool (7m x 3.5m).

Offering the same exceptional levels of comfort and style as Casa Cahombo and Casa do Doutor, this impeccable house with its colourful, manicured gardens and breathtaking panoramic views can certainly compete with the very best in our portfolio. With a location that is equally as impressive as its sister properties, Casa de Baixo also boasts many unique and eye-catching attributes. Not least of these is the acre and a half of beautifully landscaped gardens surrounding the house and which could, perhaps, be more accurately described as a park!

Spreading over two levels and inlaid with attractive flowerbeds, colourful shrubs, mature olive and citrus trees, tasteful ornaments and even a pair of antique horse-drawn carts, the grounds are an outstanding feature. Add to this the wonderful backdrop of uninterrupted views stretching all the way to the coast (only 12kms away) and you have a wealth of options for a memorable holiday... and some memorable holiday pictures!

It is immediately apparent from the striking, vaulted entrance hall that you are entering an exceptional property. This is an airy and very welcoming house, where the spacious rooms flow easily from one to the other.  The recent refurbishment has created an interior that is stylish and contemporary.

The living room boasts a high, beamed ceiling and a large feature fireplace of local stone. Alongside is an ample dining room with glass-panelled doors leading into the beautifully fitted kitchen, where facilities include an American style fridge freezer, central island and five ring cooker with two separate ovens.

The elegant bedrooms are also extremely well appointed with each one boasting its own bath or shower room, as well as independent air conditioning. A mezzanine/study provides an ideal retreat and the views from here, in fact from all the various terraces and balconies, are nothing short of spectacular.

Stepping outside, the focal point of your holiday enjoyment is sure to be the magnificent summer kitchen cum games room located on the lower level of the garden alongside the two private swimming pools. Reminiscent of a Swiss chalet due to its substantial, wood beamed construction this is quite simply one of the most impressive pavilions of its type that we have seen. Here you will find a large drinks fridge, separate seating and dining areas, two separate cloakrooms and an assortment of activities guaranteed to entertain both active children and restless adults alike. With a shaded veranda, outdoor eating area and an in-built barbecue right alongside you have no reason to stray far and many hours are sure to be spent relaxing in and around this appealing setting.

We are not sure whether it is the stylish interior, the leisure areas, the views or just the sheer scale of the villa, but whatever it is that makes Casa De Baixo so special, we are sure that your stay here will be unforgettable.

  • *The main pool can be heated (minimum three days notice to be fully effective) at a cost of €285 per week paid directly to the house owner.
  • The main pool can be fenced on request (no extra charge if requested at time of booking).
  • Maid service six days per week (not Sunday).
  • The owners of Casa de Baixo respectfully request that guests do not smoke inside the house.
  • Flexible changeover days are possible at this house, (but not in peak season) - please enquire

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Great Things to Do Near Casa de Baixo

Visit a water park.

There are several along the Algarve coast, the nearest to the property being Aquashow Algarve at Quarteira. (Tel: 289 389 396). Open daily from 10am - 5.30pm (7pm in August). It is also a bird park with birds of prey and tropical birds such as parrots and macaws.

When in Rome....

don't forget to sample the many different types of port wine!Chilled white port makes an interesting aperitif and can be a serious rival to sherry.Accompanied by some delicious local olives, it's a great way to preface a supper of freshly grilled sardines!

Needing some retail therapy?

Visit the Algarve Shopping Centre, which is on the EN125 at Guia and is well signposted. As well as a great variety of shops, there are bars and restaurants for those who need a little respite from carrying those heavy shopping bags and to resting those weary feet. It is open from 10am to midnight 7 days a week.

Try sardines along the quay at Portimao

freshly caught and simply served with salad and local wine. Explore the narrow streets of the old quarter with their fascinating shops, some specialising in leather goods.

The village of Guia

is renowned for the number of restaurants famous for serving the typical Algarvean dish of chicken piri piri. Naturally, they all claim to be the best but you can be assured that they are all very good and represent excellent value for money.

Visit some charming inland villages.

Alte is a popular village with white washed houses and narrow cobbled streets. Explore the charming little shops and then relax in the shade with a picnic by the Fontes and have a refreshing swim in the freshwater pool.

Take your budding Lewis Hamiltons go-karting.

Karting Algarve at Almancil offers karts for adults and children along with other activities such as mini boats, trampolines and radio controlled cars. An exciting day out for all of the family.Located on the EN125 at Almancil. Kartodromo de Almancil. Tel: (00 351) 289 399 899. Open from 10am daily.

Discover the interior of Algarve

on an organised safari trip with a guide. The vehicles are 2 seater buggies, you drive yourself and you explore the beautiful countryside back from the coast. Tel: (00 351) 289 411 362.

Go to the beach!

You can catch a boat from Olhao to one of the small islands just offshore where the uncrowded white sandy beaches are reportedly some of the best in Portugal. There are beach bars and restaurants available.

It is worth taking a trip to the border

with Spain at Vila Real de Santo Antonio, on the banks of the river Guadiana, which forms the border with Spain. Explore the twin castles of Castro Marin which were strategically placed to protect the settlement for many centuries.

Take a boat trip to experience dolphin watching

with Dream Wave. Tel: (00 351) 962 003 885/962 003 801. They depart from Albufeira Marina. They provide jet ski and boating trips to the caves and dolphin watching.

Wine tasting

Visit the Quinta da Miradouro winery near Guia to sample the Vida Nova wines specially produced for Sir Cliff Richard. Tours are available but must be pre-booked on 00 351 968 776 971 or but if you simply wish to purchase you can visit Cellar Door Shop. Opening hours for both are Monday to Friday 10am - 5pm (closed for lunch 1-2pm).

The castle town of Silves is worth spending a day exploring.

The Cathedral, built in red stone, and the Moorish castle both offer beautiful views over the orange and almond groves below.

Faro is the regional capital and has a delightful old town,

which is well worth spending an afternoon or early evening having a wander around. Stop for a drink and 'people watch'along the Rua de Santo Antonio, which is lined with shops, bars and restaurants.

Play Golf!

The Algarve is renowned for the quality of its golf courses, offering challenges for every standard of player.

Visit the most south westerly tip of Europe at the Cabo de Sao Vicente,

which has reputedly the most powerful lighthouse in Europe. To watch the sun setting here is a truly memorable experience.

Monchique is a spa town set in the hills planted with cork,

eucalyptus and fruit trees. There are some lovely walks through the woods with stunning views of the mountains. Pamper yourself with treatments in the Spa Hotel Termal in Caldas da Monchique.

Loulé is famous for its lively Saturday market

where it is possible to buy some great bargains in leather and textiles. It is also well known for its crafts and you can watch artisans wood carving, making lace and painting pottery and tiles.

Take a boat trip!

Trips leave from Vilamoura Marina, Faro and Albufeira to the different beaches and the Islands. It is also possible to charter a yacht from Vilamoura Marina and enjoy a day sailing around the beautiful coastline.

Horse riding and trekking are available at Cegonha Vilamoura,

with rides and trekking for all abilities. Also nearby is Pine Trees at Vale do Lobo, situated on the road between Vale do Lobo and Quinta do Lago.



Boliqueime 7 mins
Paderne 10 mins
Albufeira 25 mins
Loule 25 mins
Vilamoura 25 mins
Faro 30 mins
Silves 35 mins
Tavira 45 mins
Lagos 45 mins
Monchique 50 mins
Vila Real de Sto. Antonio 65 mins


Olhos d'Agua Beach 15 mins
Vilamoura Beach 20 mins
Albufeira Beach 25 mins


Faro 25 mins
Lisbon 150 mins
Sevilla 150 mins
Times are approximate

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