Property ID SVESMEB
7 night Price
Set over one floor, this super stylish villa features panoramic views and a heated* pool.
The floor-to-ceiling windows flood the villa with natural light and give you amazing sea views across the property. There are three bedrooms – two with a spacious ensuite shower room, a separate shower room down the hall, and an open plan living, dining, and kitchen space with doors leading out to the pool, terrace, and gardens. The villa is very modern and has a contemporary feel throughout.
Situated on the South coast of Madeira, the nearby resort of Ribeira Brava has local amenities including shops and restaurants. The larger resort of Funchal is around a 20-minute drive away and is easily accessible via car.
*Additional costs apply, please check extras in the basket
Open Plan, Comfortable Seating, Flat Screen TV, Dining Facilities, Air Conditioning
Open Plan, Hob, Oven, Fridge Freezer, Dishwasher
Double Bed, Doors to Terrace, Walk in wardrobe
Bedroom 1 Ensuite
Shower, Double Basins, Toilet
Double Bed, Doors to Terrace
Bedroom 2 Ensuite
Shower, Basin, Toilet
Bedroom 3 Ensuite
Shower, Basin, Toilet
Terraces and Gardens
Sun Loungers, Covered Terrace(s), Lawn, Alfresco Dining Facilities, Parasol, Brick Built BBQ
Off Road Parking
Private Heated* Pool, Pool Size: 7.00m x 2.50m, Pool Depth: 1.75m – 1.75m, Heated*, Poolside Shower, Roman Steps
Madeira Airport (FNC)
Madeira’s capital Funchal in the south is renowned for its warm climate and natural beauty, where flowers bloom all year round in the shelter of the verdant mountains and the magnificent blue Atlantic Ocean laps the coastline. Whether you prefer lounging on the beach or sightseeing, there’s plenty to do during a villa holiday in Funchal. The Lido complex is one of the most notable attractions featuring a large solarium, two salt water pools and access to the sea. For more choice of beaches, walk 25 minutes to Praia Formosa for a handful of black sand and pebble stretches.
The island is famous for its gastronomy so you’ll find stylish tapas, hidden local gems, farmers markets and plenty of wine-tasting tours. A wealth of history is on your doorstep – look out for the beautiful 15th-century cathedral, a plethora of art and culture museums and even a statue dedicated to Madeira’s famous former resident, Cristiano Ronaldo!
Celebrated for its exquisite floral displays, there are six public gardens worth admiring and a Flower Festival takes place every year, two weeks after Easter. Traversing the man-made irrigation channels known as ‘levadas’ is a must but if you aren’t keen on walking, take the cable car up to see the beautiful views surrounding the capital. The city may be relaxed by day but after the sun sets, chic cocktail bars and music venues come alive in the marina and DJs keep the crowd going until the early hours at the downtown discos and clubs.