Casa Alameda
(Rental license 68632/AL)

Period Rates per week
January and February 550
March, April and May 750
June 850
July and August 1300
September 1000
October 900
November and December 650
End cleaning € 50,00 (obligated)
Mid cleaning When staying 10 nights or longer a mid cleaning is included as well
Cot € 20,00 per stay (please bring own linen)
High chair € 20,00 per stay
Minimum number of nights: 7

Located in the heart of Portimão, Casa Alameda offers a balcony with garden views. This apartment provides free WiFi and a patio.
Offering a terrace and city views, the apartment includes 2 bedrooms, a living room, cable flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen, and 1 bathroom with a bidet and a bath. Towels and bed linen are provided.

Praia da Rocha Beach is 2.7 km from the apartment, while Arade Congress Center is 1.8 km away. The nearest airport is Faro Airport, 70 km from Casa Alameda.


Region: West
Location: Portimão
Sleeps: 4
Number of bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Pools: No
Cleaning per week: End cleaning is included (€ 50,00, obligated) as well as a mid cleaning when staying 10 nights or longer
Equipment: Wi-Fi,  Smart TV, hair dryer, washing machine, dishwasher

Faro: 71 km (50 minutes drive)
Beach: 2700m (Praia da Rocha)
Centre: 0m
Minimarket: 200m

Supermarket: 200m
Restaurant: 100m 

Car: A car is not really necessary, but we always advise our guests to rent one.



This lovely modern apartment consists out of a well equipped kitchen, lounge area, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.


The apartment has a nice balcony.

Pets not allowed, Non smoking only.


Perhaps the most attractive part of the town is the riverfront which runs from the marina to beyond the road bridge. There are several squares along this stretch wich become increasingly less touristy as you head away from the marina.

One of the few historic highlights of Portimão is the Igreja da Nossa Senhora da Conceição (Igreja Matriz de Portimão) located just to the north of the town centre. Dating back to the 14th century very little of the original church survived the 1755 earthquake with the exception of an impressive Maueline doorway. The immediate area of the church also retains some charm with little shops selling traditional lace, ceramics, leather goods and baskets.



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