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Check-in time is 3PM - 12AM (midnight). Check-out until 12PM (noon).
Upon check-in, all foreign citizens will be requested to fill in an accommodation form to be sent to SEF (Immigration and Borders Service).
From March 1st of 2017 all associates of ASSP - Associação de Solidariedade Social dos Professores will benefit from a 10% discount every time they stay with us.
A short list of the main features of your home for the next holidays.
The house will be entirely for you and you’ll have full access to the lovely private terrace from where you can watch the sunset.
These are the facilities and services included in the price of your holiday. Let us know if you have a special request and we'll try our best to meet your needs.
Landscape architect living and working in Évora for more than two decades. I have a great interest in tourism activities and I always feel proud to show people about this Unesco World Heritage city and the beauty of the Alentejo region.
Freelance graphic designer living in a small town close to Ghent, Belgium. I left the house to my parents to keep them busy because I know how much love they put into hosting people, including strangers!
Our new friends have been saying...
Very nice and fresh, newly renovated with good taste. Nice welcoming from Carolina's mother. The house is very near the city center, still it's very calm where the house lies.Emma (Sweden) -April 2017
We had a great time in your lovely house! Congratulations on the tasteful renovation, we really like it. And thanks again for our New Year's treat.Stephan (Germany) -December 2016
Paula is a great host. The house is lovely. It is cozy and comfortable. The location is excellent as it is close to the historical center, restaurants, view points and local shops. Highly recommended.Olga (Russia) -January 2017
What a lovely place to stay! The location is close to the center of Évora and easy to navigate around the town. Our host met us late in the evening to lead us to the apartment which was helpful. She gave us an orientation of the house and amenities she provided. We took a tour of the Megaliths, so interesting, and the Chapel of Bones. Our host made dinner reservations which she then changed to lunch for us. Excellent communication and perfect place to stay!! Thanks so much.Paula (United States) -October 2017
This apartment is within walking distance of everything in Évora. It is very clean, well appointed, and nicely decorated. Our hosts were welcoming and clearly explained important details of the house. The rooftop patio near the washing machine is a wonderful feature. Our hosts even went out of their way to help when my husband had a medical issue to make sure he was taken care of. Highly recommend!!!Candace (United States) -September 2017
Beautiful! This house has everything. The location is so close to the centre square and is surrounded by lovely restaurants and shops. The Roman ruins are an easy walk away and are well worth it. The house has been beautifully renovated with comfortable beds and tasteful decor. The rooftop terrace with views across the city is wonderful, particularly at sunset. We felt thoroughly looked after here with ample provisions supplied and great communication by the host. I would highly recommend this spacious, comfortable and stylish home in beautiful Évora.Bec (Australia) -March 2017
Évora has very hot summers and mild dry winters. Both of the interim seasons provide the best weather to visit, with guaranteed bright sunny days but without the draining temperatures of summer. To help you plan your trip, here are the averages of the past years.
infohistorical data based on the last 8 years of surveys
Casa do Pocinho is located in what used to be a Jewish quarter between the 13th and 15th centuries. It was one of the most populated in Portugal with synagogues, legal and administration bureaus, butchers, hospitals, jail, baths, etc. The jews were expelled in 1496 by the king D. Manuel I and now very few remains can be found from that time. The most important one is probably the ogival door with the mezuzah mark in Travessa do Barão.
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