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Apartment | 5 bedrooms | sleeps 14

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 2km

Located in Ribeira, these 4 apartments are in a renovated historic building, designed in a simple, functional and welcoming way, with a special detail - The superb location with stunning views over the River Douro.

Ribeira Apartments offers luxury accomodation for two to five people and a truly breathtaking uninterrupted panoramic view of the River. Additionally, features amenities such as cable TV and free Wi-Fi internet.

Each apartment has a private bathroom and a fully equiped kitchen for preparing meals.

Its location is ideal to start discovering the city of Porto. In the morning, guests can enjoy breakfast in the various cafes and terraces right along the river and at the Cubo Square, full of terraces, the nevralgic center of Ribeira District, 50m away from the building. The property is ideally placed within a short walk of the main dinning and bar area. Transport facilities are excellent with a range of buses within a minute walk, but you will probably not use them...!

Size Sleeps up to 14, 5 bedrooms
Nearest beach 2 km
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Sá Carneiro 20 km, Nearest railway: S. Bento 1 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Freezer
Rooms 5 bedrooms
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Secure parking
Further details

Ribeira Apartments does provide:

- Fully equipped kitchens with vitroceramic hob and oven, fridge, freezer, microwavw, kettle, coffee maker and a full range of cooking equipment , cutlery and crockery.

- Separate bedrooms with double bed, and a full range of storage

- Thoughtfully decoration, very high standard furniture and linen.

- Free wireless internet

- Free cable TV

Everything is provided for your comfort.

The Costa Verde region

In the north-western part of the country lies this land of dense vegetation and profound historic wealth. It was here that Portugal's first king, Dom Afonso Henriques, was born in the beginning of the 12th century, having then extended the kingdom to the south, in what was considered as one of the most heroic feats of the Christian Reconquest.

The inheritance of a distant past is seen everywhere.

One may en joy an abundant gastronomy, light, acidulous wines (vinhos verdes) and rich wines, and a variety of handicrafts that mingles the shine of' the filigree with the colour of the local embroideries.

The country's longest motorway (A1, from Lisbon to Oporto) goes up to Braga (A3), in the heart of Costa Verde. If you follow the coastline on the road from Vila do Conde to Valença, you will not miss the beautiful beaches, seaside resorts and enchanting villages such as Caminha and Vila Nova de Cerveira. Inland and worthwhile visiting is the Peneda-Gerês National Park. Throughout the region the rivers, waterfalls, vineyards and fertile plots combine with the ancestral monuments in urban centers.

Oporto, the capital of the country's northern regions, with its international t airport, offers the delights of a riverside city as it is magnificently situated on the mouth of the Douro river, from where boats leave to sail up the beautiful river.

Seaside Viana do Castelo, ecclesiastic Braga, and medieval Guimarães are but a few other examples of a happy alliance between popular heritage and cosmopolitan elegance.



A. A. Cálem

Port Wine Cellars

Address: Avenida Diogo Leite, 344, 4400-111 Vila Nova de Gaia

Discount cards: Porto VIP Passport

Founded in 1859 by António Alves Cálem, Porto Cálem was owned by the same family for four generations before passing into the hands of Sogevinus SGPS, S.A in 1998. A visit to Cálem begins with the museum and then moves on to the cellars where, at a multimedia point inside a pressing vat, the visitor is offered an overview of the oldest demarcated region in the world - the Douro Demarcated Region. The entire process of producing port wine from harvesting to bottling and ageing is also explained. The visit ends with a tasting of two types of wine and the chance to browse through our shop which offers a quality selection of Cálem port wines.

Casa da Música

Theatres & Concert halls

Address: Avenida da Boavista, 604, 4149-071 Porto

Discount cards: Porto Card

Building designed by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, Casa da Música was inaugurated in 2005 and since then has become an icon of contemporary architecture, attracting visitors from many different parts of the world. The programming, which is both dynamic and innovative, ranges from classical music to the forefront of urban trends, benefiting greatly from their four resident groups: Symphony Orchestra, Remix Ensemble, Baroque Orchestra and Choir. The institution also plays an important role in education, promoting concerts, workshops and various activities for families with children and schools. Daily there are guided tours to the building, which has several bars and a restaurant located on the rooftop, with a magnificent view over the city.


Religious venues

Address: Terreiro da Sé , 4050-573 Porto

Discount cards: Porto Card

Romanesque style construction began in the twelfth century however, it endured several changes up until the twentieth century, lessening its primitive coldness. The sacristy, cloister and the tiles that cover its galleries, as well as the chapel, are already from the Gothic period. A beautiful 13th century rosace stands out on the west front. The paintings by Nasoni, the carved gilt-wood altarpiece , and the silver altar of the Blessed Sacrament are all noteworthy.

Church of Santa Clara

Religious venues

Address: Largo 1º de Dezembro, 4000-404 Porto

Building of Gothic origin whose interior was covered with golden gild in the first half of the eighteenth century. The construction dates from the first half of the fifteenth century. It went through some changes in modern times when the beautiful Renaissance portal was built. This real Baroque jewel impresses by its decorative exuberance and the pleasant combination of wooden gilt and tile.

Church of the Convent of S. João Novo

Religious venues

Address: Largo de S. João Novo , 4050-554 Porto

Seventeenth century church, whose façade bears strong similarities with the Church of São Lourenço. Noteworthy is the altarpiece, a beautiful rococo piece, the tiles depicting the life of Santa Rita of Cassia, and the image of Nossa Senhora da Guia.

Clérigos Tower


Address: Rua de S. Filipe de Nery , 4050-546 Porto

Discount cards: Porto Card

This baroque work by Nicolau Nasoni was built in the first half of the eighteenth century. The Clérigos Tower is one of the most emblematic monuments of the city of Porto. The panoramic view over the city and the river Douro which can be seen from the top of the tower makes the 240 step climb worth the effort.


Port Wine Cellars

Address: Rua D. Leonor de Freitas, 182, 4400-123 Vila Nova de Gaia

Founded in 1815 by Robert Cockburn, who had been involved in the wine market since 1796.


Port Wine Cellars

Address: Rua Barão de Forrester, 412, 4400¿034 Vila Nova de Gaia

Discount cards: Porto Card

The House of Croft was founded over three hundred years ago. The earliest evidence of the firm's activity as a Port shipper dates from 1588 which is coincidentally the year of the first ever recorded shipments of Port wine. The company took its present name in 1736 when it was joined by John Croft, a member of an old and distinguished family of Yorkshire wine merchants. It is now owned and run by descendants of two old Port wine families, the Yeatman's and Fladgate's. The prestige that the brand Croft and its wines have is due in no small measure to its ownership of one of the finest estates of the Douro Valley, the famous Quinta da Roêda. Availabe services: - Free visit and tasting of two kinds of Port Wine - Tasting of Port Wine and Croft Pink with chocolates - Opening of Croft Vintage Port with tongs - Conducted lesson in tasting of Port and chocolate pairing - Special Programs (Fado, "Serra" Cheese and Vintage Croft) - Port Wine Workshops

Douro and Port Wines Institute - IVDP

Port Wine Cellars

Address: Rua de Ferreira Borges, 27, 4050-253 Porto

The building where the IVDP is settled was built in 1843 to house Banco Comercial do Porto, in neo-classical style and it was bought by the IVDP in 1933. IVDP's visitor centre offers a shop selling wines, a tasting room and a tour that takes visitors through the certification process for Port and Douro wines. Included in the Urban Wine Route.

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