Ref. 202 Villa Lar de Poio
- Distance to Beach
- 1-10 km
2 Weeks Stay Discount
Coupon Code: 2WEEKS
5 En-suite double bedrooms
2 extra beds available
3 Bathrooms with shower and 2 bathrooms with bathtub
Sleeps: 10 + 2 optional extra beds
Beautiful villa nestling in a hillside overlooking the estuary of Ria de Pontevedra.
This stunning century-old restored villa enjoys a privileged setting not far from the beaches of Pontevedra, the ancient Monastery of Poio and Meis Golf Course, the last of which boasts stunning sea views from the top of the nearby mountain.
It hosts 5 beautiful double en-suite bedrooms, lounge, dining area and a fully-equipped kitchen. Outside, you will find a magnificent pool overlooking the beautiful valley, surrounding mountains and sea.
There is also a terraced garden that comes with a BBQ for those relaxing family meals.
The villa can be rented as a whole or on a per room basis with optional breakfast and dinner services available.
Due to the garden being on different levels, we do not recommend this villa to families with young children.
This villa is perfect for those wishing to have a golfing holiday in a beautiful and relaxing setting.
*Swimming Pool not heated
- Internet WIFI
- 2 Extra Beds
- Hair Dryer
- DVD Player
- Bedroom with Balcony
- Private Parking
- Garden Furniture
- Sun Beds
- Fenced Private Pool 8m x 4m
Kitchen & Cleaning
- Weekly Cleaning
- End Cleaning
- Electric/Induction Hob
- Bed Linen
- Washing Machine
- Kitchen Utensils
Distance to Town & Amenities
Vigo Airport: 30km
Santiago Airport: 74km
Coruña Airport: 136km
Porto Airport (North Portugal): 170km
- Historical site
Pontevedra is a city with a passion for culture and tradition. In recent years it has become almost completely pedestrianised, perfect for taking a stroll to enjoy the beautiful parks and squares and the many bars and restaurants.
There are many traditional festivals and carnivals throughout the year which fill the streets and squares with joyful music and colour. It has the only bull fighting ring in Galicia and its museum is one of the largest in the region.
The coastline is formed by the Rias Baixas which are dotted with picturesque fishing villages and highly attractive towns such as Sanxenxo, O Grove and the Island of A Toja.
Sanxenxo and Portonovo has a young happening atmosphere with its busy beaches and modern bars.
O Grove is a pleasant fishing village with wide soft sandy beaches. Fresh seafood is a speciality here. O Grove is connected to the island of La Toja by a bridge. La Toja has a reputation for being exclusive and attracts wealthy residents and holiday makers alike. One of the main attractions here is the church which is completely covered in local sea shells.
The old quarter in Combarro has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Combarro is famous for the crosses situated in the squares or crossroads, the figure of the Virgin Mary is usually facing the sea and Christ is facing the ground.
The long beautiful beaches of A Lanzada have fine sand and turquoise waters. Opposite the beach in the distance is the pretty Island of Ons, a popular destination for boat trips.
Within the province of Pontevedra there are many vineyards. The largest concentration of wineries is in Val do Salnes which surrounds the town of Combados.