The Silver Coast in Portugal has become one of the top spots to visit when planning a sun-soaked blissful summer break, and a self catering Costa de Prata holiday apartment provides an ideal place to live when holidaying in this breathtaking and beautiful region. This location borders on the Costa Verde in the north and the Coast of Lisbon in the south, where you'll find the lively capital city and a wonderful place for followers of fashion, Lisbon. The whole of the country has a lot to offer, so you could start from your holiday rentals on the Costa de Prata, and visit a host of other lovely Portuguese towns and villages. You could even travel to the island of Madeira, for example to its bigest city, Funchal.
Favourite Destinations (Costa de Prata)
Costa de Prata – top destination for history lovers
The private Costa de Prata holiday rentals located along the western coastline make for ideal accommodation for visitors who would like to learn more about the Portuguese; the west coast is dotted with small, quaint and charming villages that are steeped in history and Portuguese traditions and culture. The luxury Costa de Prata apartments are also designed to allow the occupants to have a great view of the surroundings.Each of the towns in the area has its own rich history and offers history lovers as well as people who are interested in learning new cultures the opportunity to do so. Artifacts and souvenirs of your unforgettable trip as well as other memorabilia are available at reasonable prices.
Costa de Prata - initial point to reach the top tourist attractions
The rental Costa de Prata holiday apartments and villas that are available to book are located in serene and beautiful surroundings. If you've already been to the coast in Portugal and would rather go to a different country, what about the nearby beach resort of Costa de la Luz in southern Spain, or Rías Baixas in the north west? The different accommodation options available here are situated in some great locations to ensure maximum ease, comfort and convenience when visiting all the top tourist attractions in this Portuguese resort, such as the Mosteiro de Batalha (aka Mosteiro de Santa Maria da Vitoria), a huge and very impressive monastery full of exquisite details and artwork, and the Santo António and Alvados caves. A town which is also worth visiting is Leiria, where you will find hot sulphur springs as well as cultural institutions such as art and history museums, a bullring, and an exhibition centre where festivals and performing arts events take place. The fact that this spot hasn't yet been discovered by the masses means that you will be able to enjoy the lovely weather and relax on the quiet, unspoiled beaches without having to worry about the groups of tourists flocking to the same location. There are Costa de Prata holiday lettings of various sizes and with different amenities to suit you, so each facility offers its guests different things to enjoy, and there are also rental homes with enough rooms for several guests, allowing you to rent with a group of friends if you want. Many of the lettings come with amenities such as a swimming pool and garden terrace, and a lot of them are also very close to the sea which means that they boasts stunning views across the clear blue ocean.