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Villa Esmoriz

Beach villa with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and private pool in Praia, Portugal

From £1,021 per week

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Villa to rent in Praia, Portugal

Beach house with private pool, within 800 meters from Esmoriz beach and only 30 minutes away from Porto!

  • Villa
  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Private pool
  • WiFi
  • Near beach
  • Balcony / terrace
  • Parking
  • Private garden

Villa overview - owner's description

Villa Esmoriz is a wonderful modern beach house located in the north part of Portugal. This lovely property is equipped with all necessary amenities to spend a delightful vacation. The villa accommodates 8 persons and has private fenced swimming pool 8.50 x 4.50 m, a spacious garden, outdoor dining area, barbecue, games room with pool table and parking place for 3 cars. At close proximity from this lovely holiday home is the beach, a gym, a gas station, supermarket and a hand full of restaurants. Within a few minutes´ drive Oporto Golf Club can also be found and Oporto´s centre is just 30 minutes away.
Villa Esmoriz will give you the vacation that you so deserve!



Ground floor:

Fully equipped kitchen, connecting the garden and dining room
Dining room, connecting the garden
Living room, connecting the garden
Suite with double bed 1.60 x 2.00 m, ensuite bathroom with tub
Bedroom with twin beds
Bedroom with double bed 1.60 x 2.00 m
Bathroom with tub

First floor:

Suite with double bed 1.60 x 2.00 m, ensuite bathroom with tub


Private fenced swimming pool 8.50 x 4.50 m
Outdoor dining table under a porch
Parking place for 3 cars

Annex building:

Games room with pool table
Bathroom with shower


Restaurant: 500 m
Beach: 500 m
Pharmacy: 500 m
ATM: 800 m
Oporto Golf Club: 4 km
Porto: 30 km
Aveiro: 53 km
Porto Airport: 40 km


Esmoriz is a beach town very popular in the summer season. Located in a coastal election, 20 kilometres from Porto, it borders Espinho (to the North) and Santa Maria da Feira (to the West). The city has an excellent beach, but also pine forest, favouring its inhabitants in the quality of life.
The centre of Porto can be reached in 30 minutes (by car). The old town is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

In terms of natural heritage the city has as main attraction a fine sandy beach, suitable for water sports, namely surfing, and the so-called "Barrinha de Esmoriz", a lagoon channel.
To take advantage of this heritage, the city counts with several surfcamp / surf houses: Surffivor Surfcamp, Oporto Surfcamp, Surfer's Camp and Watermark Surf House.
More recently, it opened the first surf club in Esmoriz accredited by the Portuguese Surfing Federation (Atlantikbreak-Surf Club), having a school associated with it, with the name Barrinha Surf School.

Esmoriz has remote origins, deriving its toponym of heights of the Roman occupation of the region when it would be called Hermeriz or Ermeriz.
Another of the great symbols of Esmoriz are its Palheiros: typical houses of fishermen, existing at least from century XIX, constructed in wood based on stakes, allowing the movement of the wind, water and animals, underneath them. Nowadays few of these structures remain, but there is a concern to maintain existing ones.
Esmoriz is also home to the summer houses that were built during the 20th century, according to the tourist and bathing importance of the parish.
It is worth to enjoy the beautiful sea landscapes and visit the historical centre of the town, finding monuments like the Mother Church of the end of the XIX century or the Chapel of Bom Despacho of the XVII century, owner of a good set of sculptures.

While Porto is at present one of the most important cities in Portugal, its beginnings do not necessarily match its current economic, cultural and tourist prestige. It’s true during the Roman age, when, in fact, the entire Iberian Peninsula was dominated by the Romans, the region now known as Porto used to play an important role in the trade between Lisbon and Braga, but it was not until centuries later that Porto actually became a point of reference for the economic life of Portugal.
At present, Porto welcomes its visitors with a wealth of attractions, and the historical and architectural patrimony is an important part of the tourist platform of the city. Thus, the historical center of Porto was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (in 1996), which is of no little importance, since a label of this kind is, from a tourist point of view, at least, a major incentive and a constant invitation to discover a world of sights and enchanting landmarks.
Thus, a settlement was determined to have been founded on the north bank of the Douro River somewhere in the 4th century BC, a settlement from the name of which the contemporary name of Portugal derives: Portus Cale, later transformed in Portucale.
Porto was recovered from the Moors, the dominion of who extended for a period of about 150 years, in 868, and five centuries later Prince Henry the Navigator was born here (in 1394) from Queen Philippa of Lancaster and King Joao I who several years earlier had married in Porto, thus marking a new moment of the successful political alliance between Portugal and England. The beginnings of the production of Port wine in the Duro River region can also be identified during the 13th century. Briefly put, Porto was quickly growing on the economic map of Portugal.
But the true affirmation of Porto as economic power in Portugal (and at continental scale alike) came during the age of the great geographical discoveries, from the 15th to the 17th century. Prince Henry the Navigator, for that matter, was one of the leading historical personalities credited for the initiation of Portugal’s becoming a great sea trade force in Europe. Porto became one of the largest shipyards of the country, not to mention the fact the early 18th century saw the establishment of the Douro wine region, a moment which played an important role in the development of the Port wine trade. Plenty of architectural jewels were also built in the course of the 18th century, of which the Clerigos Tower must be mentioned.
Also of note is the fact the tradition of cooking eating tripe-based dishes dates back to the 15th century.

Breakage deposit: 600€
Wi-Fi: included
House heating: 25€ per day
End of stay cleaning: included
Preferred changeover day: Saturday
Earliest arrival time: 16:00
Latest departure time: 10:00

AL licence: 2575

Rental licence or registration number: 2575/AL


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This villa is:

800m from the nearest beach 500m from the nearest bar 500m from the nearest restaurant 500m from the nearest supermarket 43.3km from Aeroporto Francisco Sá Carneiro airport

Local activities

Fishing 800m Golf 5km

Sights and attractions

Historic site 40km Museum 40km Night club 10km Theatre 40km Cinema 10km Casino 10km

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Outside this villa in Praia, Portugal
This villa is in a village and in a quiet area near the beach. It has a pool, a balcony, a barbecue, outside lighting and a garden. Car hire is recommended as the villa is less than a 15 minute walk to at least a couple of shops, bars and restaurants; however parking is available if required.

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Changeover days and minimum stays

  • 24 August 2019 - 3 January 2020: changeover day is Saturday, bookings must be for whole weeks only and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
  • 4 January - 26 June 2020: the minimum stay is 4 nights.
  • 27 June - 28 August 2020: changeover day is Saturday, bookings must be for whole weeks only and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
  • 29 August 2020 - 3 January 2021: the minimum stay is 4 nights.



  • Surcharge when booking length less than 1 week

    £86.87 per night if the booking is for less than 7 nights, paid with booking

  • Booking fee

    £31.67 per booking, paid with booking


  • heating

    £22.62 per night, paid with booking



4 bedrooms, Sleeps 8:

  • 2 single beds
  • 1 double bed
  • 1 double bed and en suite
  • 1 double bed and en suite


4 bathrooms including 2 en suites, 2 Separate WC's

Swimming pool

Private pool, Size 8.5m x 4.5m


Internet / WiFi, TV Languages in English, Local


Living area seats 8, Dining area seats 8, Open fire, Iron / board, Towels / linen, Washing machine, Car hire recommended


Cooker, Crockery, Cutlery, Dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, Glassware, Kettle, Microwave, Oven, Pots / pans, Toaster


Balcony or terrace, Barbecue, Outside lighting, Parking, Private garden


Snooker / pool table

Suitable for

Children, Infants

Allure Villas Bv

Average rating from 38 reviews

Agency From Goes, Netherlands Member since Nov 2012

Past bookings: 354 bookings

Response rate: 95%

Response time: within 3 hours

Last seen: 15 hours ago

Number of properties: 147

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