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Casa Poema Next To River Tagus & Zêzere

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Entire townhouse
hosted by Ruben
  1. 6 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 1.5 baths
Fast wifi
At 108 Mbps, you can take video calls and stream videos for your whole group.
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Rustic Traditional TownHouse in Constancia, once the home of the famous writer Luis Camoes.
Constância is a small town rich in history, it stands on the shores of what were once the mighty Zezere and Tagus rivers, due to damming in the last century the rivers have become smaller and less treacherous.

The Zezere is a favorite spot for both swimmers and fishers and both rivers are very popular for canoeing.

The space
Rustic Traditional Townhouse over 3 floors. As you enter the property you enter the dining area with Kitchen And Toilet.

First floor has the master Bedroom with en suite Bathroom and also the main bathroom for the whole House. Outside master bedroom is the lounge to relax, read a book or watch TV

Second floor consists of a Large bedroom with one double bed and like the first floor you have a large Hall with another option of 2 single beds with a balcony facing towards the village.

All of the furniture and decoration were hand made by the Hosts using recyclable materials to provide a very rustic feel.

A lot of love, time and passion went into the decoration and furnishings so all of our guests can enjoy a cosy and comfy stay.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Beach access – Beachfront
Kitchen
Fast wifi – 108 Mbps
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Washer
Private patio or balcony
Luggage dropoff allowed

Where you’ll be

Constância, Santarém, Portugal

Constancia, once the home of the famous writer Luis Camoes.
Constância is a small town rich in history, it stands on the shores of what were once the mighty Zezere and Tagus rivers, due to damming in the last century the rivers have become smaller and less treacherous.

The Zezere is a favorite spot for both swimmers and fishers and both rivers are very popular for canoeing.

Contancia has a small, unobserved beach that is much visited by locals, mostly the water is shallow and warm but when the dam of the Castelo do Bode opens the water rises.

Most of the time, when the dam is not open it’s one of the best places to be on hot days and the opening of the dam ensures clean, cooler waters that can be enjoyed only a few hours later.

When the dam opens it’s not safe to swim in, but during these times you’ll find plenty of bars, restaurants and things to do and see in Constancia.

Luís de Camões
Contancia was once the home of the renaissance writer Luís de Camões and although most of the world, outside of Portugal, will strangly not have heard of him he ranks with Shakespeare and Dante as one amongst the most prominent of renaissance writers. He had a impressive life in which he travelled more than any other renaissance writer.Most of his works have been translated to English and they make interesting even extraordinary reading and give an extended view to Portugal’s rich cultural past.

His life, just like Shakespeare’s, is full of mystery and there are few proven facts.
And just like Shakespeare he speaks to our romantic souls and our fascination with drama and passion.

his twenties he served as a soldier in North Africa, loosing an eye to the Berbers and later, held administrative posts in both India and Macao, most of his writings he would have done abroad as he spent most time there.
He spent quite some time in jail for not fulfilling debts
Many of his poems are inspired by his great love Catarina after her death.

There is evidence that he spent some time in Punhete, the original name of Constancia, from the elegy “O Sulmonense Ovídio, desterrado”. Some scholars claim that he may have been born there.

Whatever the truth is, his presence has left a mark on this place and it’s people, that you will possibly share just by walking through its medieval winding streets that take you from the river to the old church and chapel on the mountain to sit and take in it’s exquisite views over the Tagus and surrounding countryside.

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Hosted by Ruben

Joined in February 2018
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Hi my name i Ruben i'm 33 years old i'm friendly and very open minded, have good sense of humor.

I love to read and personal development my self to higher level. I'm very motivated and driven and love to travel the world. I believe we only live once and we need to make every moment count, enjoy the finer things in life and create beautiful memories.

TRAVEL MAKES YOU SPEECHLESS, THEN TURNS INTO A STORY TELLER!!!
Hi my name i Ruben i'm 33 years old i'm friendly and very open minded, have good sense of humor.

I love to read and personal development my self to higher level. I'm v…

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I run this Airbnb along side my partner Ana and we are always available and just a phone call or message away.

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