Holiday home for max. 2 adults + 2 children on the Azores1/4Green islands in the ocean
Azores | They are actually part of Portugal but are far away from the European continent situated in the middle of the Atlantic. Discover the unique world of the Azores very authentically in a holiday house on one of the islands.
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Luxurious holiday villa for up to eight people above Funchal.2/4As far as the eye can see
Madeira | The Portuguese island of Madeira is situated secluded and sleepy in the middle of the Atlantic. Enjoy with these holiday homes an undisturbed view of the blue shimmering ocean that surrounds the island.
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3/4Vacation with your dog
Portugal | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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Holiday home for max. 6 adults + 3 children in the Algarve4/4Make a splash in Portugal
Portugal | Leap into the cool water whenever you want – regardless of whether that’s after breakfast or in the middle of the night. Your own pool means complete independence on holiday.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Camacha
Besides being the wickerwork handicraft centre, Camacha is internationally known for folk dancing.
It was also in this village, more precisely at Largo da ...
show more Achada that football was played for the first time in Portugal in 1875. It was Harry Hinton (son of the wine and sugar merchant Willian Hinton), who organize it and brought the ball from London.
Several theories explain the origin of the name of the village. The most known is that the name is due to the influence of D.Fernando Camacho (a local noble of Spainish origin).
PLACES OF INTEREST:
- Café Relógio (Clock Café)
Located in the main square, this building is the headquarters of Madeira’s largest wicker export company, with a sales room with pieces of all shapes and sizes including a curious collection of animals. In this building you can also find the famous restaurant of Cafá Relógio.
In the late 19th century, Dr.Michael Grabham (an English doctor married to daughter of Blandy) decided to build a tower to house a clock. The clock came from the parish of Wolton near Liverpool. This tower was renovated several times over the years.
- Parish church (Built in 1997 with modern architecture)
- Camacha Church (From 18th century)
- São José Chapel (It was built in 1924)
- Belvedere “Largo da Achada”
MOUNTAIN & "LEVADA" (water channel) WALKS:
-Levada da Serra do Faial
-Levada dos Tornos
-Levada dos Caniceiros
-Levada do Vale Paraíso
- Santa Cruz
- Reis Magos
MOST IMPORTANT FESTIVITIES:
- Art Camacha Festival: Every year in July
- Festa das Tosquias (Shearing Festival) - In June in Ribeira dos Boeiros
- Apple Festival – In October
-Bars & Snack-bars