Casa Reserva do Poeta
Vila Praia de Ancora area
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From £ 698 per week
A contemporary home with heated pool in the seaside village of Afife
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Great Things to Do Near Casa Reserva do Poeta
take a break from snoozing in the sun for a dip in your heated pool before lunch.
Fire up the BBQ in the sunshine...
Enjoy lunch or dinner outside on the terrace cooked on your BBQ. Why not visit the local shop and grab a bottle of local wine or port to enjoy with your meal.
Visit the harbour at Vila Praia de Âncora...
Where fresh fish is caught daily by the locals and sold on stalls run by relatives and friends. Pick up the days catch to take home and grill on the BBQ, or visit one of the local restaurants who have great fresh fish on the menu almost daily.
Wander around the stalls of the market in Caminha...
Held on Wednesdays and selling everything you can imagine. A great way to mingle with the locals and find some fresh produce to cook back at the villa or some hand made souvenirs to take home.
Ride the waves at the local surf school...
Head down to either of the nearby beaches, Afife or Arda, where you can take surfing lessons or hire equipment if you are already a keen surfer. Afife in particular is well known for its great surf and waves and is popular with the local surfing community.
Spend an evening in one of the waterfront restaurants in Vila Praia de Ancora...
watch the sunset as you enjoy a tasty meal and a refreshing glass of local wine.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the views...
Soak in your surroundings, enjoy the views from the upstairs balcony or lay back and relax in the comfy furnishings at Casa Reserva do Poeta.
Head to Esposende for a round of Golf in the sunshine...
The 18 hole course on the outskirts of Esposende has fantastic views as well as a beach nearby and a restaurant and bar on site.
Taste the delicious local cuisine...
Casa Reserva do Poeta's location is perfect for trying a variety of different eateries during your stay. The numerous surrounding towns offer a selection of different restaurants, cafes and snack bars for you to enjoy.
Take the car ferry from Caminha to A Guarda in Spain. Crossings are every hour and cost just a few euros....
A Guarda is known for having some of the best seafood in Galicia and you can also visit the nearby Santa Tecla mountain to see the stunning views.
For a day trip to the beach you are spoilt for choice...
With a number of local beaches, some walking distance, you have your choice when it comes to picking one for a day out. Beaches in this area vary when it comes to amenities, some have a number of beach bars and cafes while others are perfect for taking a picnic to enjoy.
Spend a day in Ponte de Lima, one of Portugal's oldest towns spreading lazily along the tree-line banks of the river Lima...
This is a beautiful town, with fine buildings and pretty cobbled squares. Visit on a Monday morning and you may be fortunate enough to witness the local market, which is held on the sandy river beach every other week.
Hire bikes and cycle along the Ecovia which runs alongside the river in Ponte de Lima and is great for spotting wildlife...
This cycle and walking path is perfect for a cycle ride along the banks of the river and the nautical club, where the bikes can be hired, also offer kayak hire and maps for walks in the local area around Ponte de Lima.
Wander into the village and mingle with the friendly locals...
Take a stroll through the village streets of Afife to the local cafe and mini market where you will no doubt meet the friendly locals and perhaps pick up some Portuguese phrases during your stay.
Spend a day immersed in the natural beauty of the Peneda Geres National Park...
Discover an abundance of hiking trails and old shephards tracks, traditional villages and wildlife. There are maps available from the english speaking office in the park.
Visit the World Heritage City of Porto for sightseeing, shopping, dining and friendly people..
Take a while to absorb the sights and sounds of this unique city and UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are regular trains from Viana do Castelo to avoid parking in the city centre.
Whilst in Porto, take the Open Top Tour bus...
For a fabulous view of all the best landmarks and an overview for orientation of the city. A chance to rest your feet after a hard morning of sightseeing!
Explore the charming fortress town of Valença...
Drive through the ancient archway that leads through the impressive town walls to discover cobbled streets and a delightful range of local shops selling the beautifully embroidered linen and towels for which the town is famous.
Go for a walk around the Sao Lourenco hill fort...
This Iron Age settlement sits inland from Esposende and there are hiking trails through the woods surrounding the ancient buildings.
Take a leisurely river trip from Esposende along the Cavado river...
The nautical club (centro de atividades nauticas) in Esposende can arrange river trips along the Cavado, kayaking trips and much more.
|Vila Praia de Âncora||10 mins|
|Ponte de Lima||40 mins|
|Vila Praia de Ancora||10 mins|
|Santiago de Compostela||120 mins|