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Property Description

House in Ponta do Sol (Bungalow)

Home: 531    
Sleeps up to: 4   (1 bedrooms)
Nearest beach: Ponta do Sol: 2 Notes: Families/Couples preferred
Home description
The house was newly built in 2000, and redecorated in 2006. It is a nice quiet area of Canhas, Ponto do Sol. Although self-catering is a possibility, there is a nice bar/ restaurant serving good Portuguese food only a 5-minute walk from the house.

The accommodation offers a large living room, double bedroom, kitchen with dining table, shower room including toilet, and garage for parking.
Ponta Do Sol area
Ponta do Sol ("point of the sun"), a village of ~4,000 people, got its name because locals believe where the sun reaches the island first in the morning, and it certainly gets a lot of sun. It offers lots of nice cafes and restaurants.

Suggested places to visit: Funchal, Paul da Serra, Encumeada.
How to get there
 Nearest Travel Links
Airport: Funchal 40

It is recommended to arrange a hire car from the airport. It should be a ~40 minute drive from the airport, and having a car makes it easy to explore this beautiful island. Funchal takes about 20 minutes.

Activities near Ponta Do Sol
Great for:
Walking holidays
Rural / countryside retreats
A winter sun break
Beach or lakeside relaxation
City breaks
Sports:
Watersports nearby
Fishing nearby
Facilities
Luxuries:
General:TV
Standard:Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities:Cooker, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms:Bedrooms (1), Shower rooms (1), WCs (1)
Furniture:Sofabeds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seating for 6, Lounge seating for 5, Sleeps maximum of 4
Other:Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors:Balcony / Terrace
Access: Secure parking
Further details indoors:
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Property Tariffs
Prices listed are per property per week
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October - April 225 254 310 389
May - September 290 327 400 501

Note: Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.


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