Deluxe One-Bedroom Apartment with Private Garden

It is the most spacious apartment with 96 sqm, located on the ground floor, for 2 to 4 people, with a bedroom with double bed, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchenette and private garden.

Apartment Almada Negreiros (102)

Size: 96 sqm (+ 36 sqm Garden)
Capacity: 2 to 4 adults  (1 larged double bed. 1 double sofabed – living room)
1 free baby crib for children up to 3 years old
Location: Ground floor (back)
A fully equipped apartment, with a 2 day towel exchange free service, trash taken out and general cleaning.
Free wireless internet! Share the experience with friends or family through Facebook or WhatsApp!
By yourself, with friends or family. Contact us for specific needs.
2 to 4 adults
Cable TV up to 40 channels.
  • En-suite bathroom with shower
  • Hair dryer
  • Amenities of the Portuguese Saboaria
  • Percall Cotton Bedding
  • 100% cotton towels
  • Air Conditioning
  • Free internet wifi
  • LCD TV with cable channels
  • Free safe
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Sofa bed for 2 adults
  • Fully equipped kitchenette
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee / Tea machine
  • Microwave oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Electric kettle
  • Private garden
Who was Almada Negreiros:

José Sobral de Almada Negreiros (1893-1970), was born in the former Portuguese colony of São Tomé and Príncipe. He was a Portuguese multidisciplinary artist who dedicated himself mainly to the plastic arts and writing, occupying a central position in the first generation of Portuguese modernists.

Almada Negreiros is a unique figure in the Portuguese artistic panorama of the 20th century. The notoriety he acquired at the beginning of his career is above all with writing, interventional or literary. Almada Negreiros played a particularly active role in the first modernist avant-garde.

Over his life he worked in an enormous diversity of areas and means of expression – drawing and painting, essay, novel, poetry, dramaturgy and even ballet. The forcefulness of his early interventions gave him a more lyrical and constructive attitude that paved the way for his plastic and literary work of maturity.

The set of panels in Gare Marítima da Rocha do Conde de Óbidos, is considered by many to be the best Portuguese murals, is significant in an involuntary dilution of the boundaries between painting and illustration. These panels together, summarize their prior plastic activity. The Portrait of Fernando Pessoa, 1954 (of which he made a second version, symmetrical in 1964), is another of his most significant works.

Almada Negreiros (1893 – 1970)