Venade, Caminha


1850 M2










Detached house with 2 floors, inserted in land of 1850 M2 flat and all walled in shale.
The ground floor consists of a large living room with fireplace in the center, semi kitchen, 2 bedrooms (1 suite), 2 WC, Office, pantry and laundry.
1st floor consisting of mezzanine, 2 bedrooms, 1 WC, and studio with independent entrance, with WC and kitchenette.
Heating with thermoaccumulators and firewood, through the heat recuperator. ‘A Portuguesa’ sidewalk all around the house.
Enclosed garage for 2 cars and annex in the garden.
Possibility of swimming pool.
Quiet place, house facing south and with good sun exposure.


Located three kilometers from the village of Caminha, the county seat to which it belongs, the Parish of Venade occupies an area of about 585 ha.

It faces, in the north, with the river Coura (left bank), being Vilar de Mouros (place of Marinhas) and the Parish of Seixas (place of Coura), on the other bank. To the south, it borders the parish of Azevedo and Gondar. The East, sets limits with the Parish of Argela and Dem, The West, limits with the Parish of Vilarelho, Cristelo and Moledo.

Of its heritage, the highlight goes to the beautiful sculptured Baroque-style Cruzade de Venade.

Venade is also very popular, both for the architectural heritage surrounding the churchyard where the bandstand is located, the Parish Church and the Parish Council, or for the beautiful views of the viewpoint of Fojo, and other high points of this land.

Watercourses such as the Coura River and the Tinto River are aggregators of tourist and leisure values.



This village in the north of Portugal, in the district of Viana do Castelo, stands out the sea and river beaches, the green hills, the typical festivals, the gastronomy and of course its inhabitants.

Climb to the viewpoints to enjoy the view (and enjoy a picnic, the stone tables and benches are waiting for you). Explore the picturesque village of Vilar de Mouros, go for a swim in the sea or on the river and discover the local cuisine. And there is much, much more to discover.

In Caminha explore the walled historic center and, if the weather invites, enjoy the terraces to rest and try the local sweets, such as walkers and tiles, for example. Walk down Right Street to find the nighttime (and daytime) fun spots, getting lost in the picturesque alleys.

There are many parties that fill the streets of Caminha: the parties in honor of Santa Rita de Cassia, Our Lady of Bonanza, St. Benedict, the Feast of Flounders and the Pilgrimage of St. John D ‘Arga. The latter, is known to be the most genuine feast of the Alto Minho, where traditions, customs and undoubtedly fun. Also the Medieval Fair represents a tourist attraction, in which the streets are full of foreigners and lively music (in July).


A property can be profitable through temporary or long-term rental, depending on the time the landlord uses his property.

This is the starting point for maximizing income: for those who do not have the time, live far away or abroad or travel frequently, we can help identify the available periods of the property and manage their occupancy with temporary housing for tourists, workers or those that best fit in the profile of the property, creating memorable stays.

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