Lisbon may be known for history, but this Atlantic city is very much alive. Try a pastéis de nata (egg custard tart) in a Lisbon café, shop in the stylish Chiado neighborhood or dine and dance the night away in Bairro Alto. Of course Lisbon's cathedrals, museums and Castelo de Sao Jorge are also well worth a visit from villas near Lisbon.
Whether your passion is history, culture or cuisine there are many excursions to try from villas near Lisbon. Named for St. George, Lisbon's hilltop castle is a favorite with history buffs – over the centuries, the site has been called home by Visigoths, Moors and later, Portuguese kings. Today the castle is a popular spot for watching the sunset, with views of the entire city.
While hilly, Lisbon is a great walking city, especially it's most historic neighborhoods. When your feet get tired, pull up a chair at a café terrace and sip your coffee as you watch the world go by. As in Paris, Lisbon cafés are all about leisurely people watching.
With private pools and spacious grounds, our villas near Lisbon are well suited to families or groups of friends looking for privacy, space and comfort a short drive from Lisbon's attractions.