Peaceful and relaxing stay

with Atlantic Ocean in sight

Quality
and comfort

Villa divided into apartments (T1) with private balconies, facing the sea with independent access to the pool.

Luxurious
and bright

Villa (T2) that provides all comfort and relaxation you need at your vacation and invites you to enjoy a natural environment by the sea.

Garden with swimming pool

There are four separate villas (one T2 and three T1) reserved by a wall and separated by an extensive lawned garden and a swimming pool (1.8 meters deep) flanked by wood and rolled stone. All outdoor space (about 1,300 m2) is illuminated at night.

Private balconies

Each of the villas has a private furnished balcony with sea views and independent access to the pool. Inside, the signature of Architect Carlos Sousa Dias invites you to enjoy a light and distinct environment.

Open spaces

In an open space concept we find the living room, dining area and kitchen whose walls facing the sea invite to the contemplation, through a tracery of windows, without curtains, that invades the whole space of light and the smell of the sea.

Spacious suites

In the suites, all of them spacious, emphasize the comfort of the extra-long beds and the details in the bathrooms with pampering, such as the offer of handmade oil soap with various aromas (cinnamon, fennel, mint and lavender).

Included services

Breakfast

On arrival you will receive fresh home-made products (milk, coffee, tea, ham, cheese, butter, fruit jam, cereals and assorted pastries). Every day we leave fresh bread at your door

Daily cleaning

Poll towels

Handicraft toiletries

Baby crib

Protected electrical outlets

Free Wi-fi 

Free satellite TV

International Literature

Private parking

Extra services

Grocery shopping

Upon request, we will leave at your arrival your shopping list

 

Dining

Children’s menu, vegetarian and others

Healing massage

Relax and restore the balance of your body and mind by the sound of the sea

Extra bed

Shuttle service

Calheta de Nesquim

And the sea? And the wonder of the sea, with the majesty of its fury in days of thunderstorm, with the brightness of its immense blue when, cleared the sky of lead blacks, the sun to everything and everyone involves in clarity of life and joy … And , in this sea, the epic of the white sails of the whaleboats cut, vaporous, light, in the haze of distances.

Dias de Melo, in Mar Rubro

Casas das Pereiras is located south of Pico Island, in the small and picturesque parish of Calheta de Nesquim, 35 km from Pico Airport. Here we can highlight the unique beauty of the landscape and the richness of the historical and cultural heritage, described by Dias de Melo.

It is precisely Rua Professor Dias de Melo, poet and writer who is the Casa das Pereiras, old grocery store, on the ground floor and family residence, on the first floor.

Recently restored by the Pereira family (2018), it is today a space of refinement, privileged for rest and contemplation.

At the core of what Rural Tourism (TER) is, Casas das Pereiras is located in rural areas, where you can admire the maritime and horticultural activity of the local population.

As if it were a museum, it is possible to observe closely the typicity of a rural stone house (uninhabited), with a tank (rainwater tank), a toilet (turned off), a circular stone wall situated on a leveling hill (where knitting and sifting cereals), a fishing boat shelter and a cornfield.

Half-walled walls with the Casa das Pereiras are the religious temple (Church of Calheta de Nesquim), long nave lined with basalt, reserving in the interior the full body image of Bom Jesus dos Milagres. The party in his honor is centennial and takes place every year on August 6. In the churchyard there is the bust of Captain Anselmo da Silveira (1833-1912) founder of whaling on the Island of Pico, in this Parish of Calheta de Nesquim, April 28, 1876.

We invite you to visit Captain Anselmo Square and talk with sea men and former whalers, in a space surrounded by a group of houses of centenary dwellings, a bandstand, cafes, commerce (grocery store) and Museums (Whaleboat House and exhibition private company of the whaler Almerindo Lemos, both free entry).

We suggest the Calheta de Nesquim (PRC11PIC) trail that starts and ends in front of the Church. Following the signs will start a climb along the narrow canada, until you reach the regional road. Turn right and then left you will walk to Rua dos Fetais. To the West you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Pedra Aguda and Cabeço do Silvado.

Down to the center, you will pass through canyons covered by incense, and, near the sea, you will walk through vineyards and will pass a whale-watching port, towards the sea.

In the coastal zone, you will find an excellent beach area called Poça das Mujas. Finally, following the Mill of the Mourricão, you will reach the Church again. (This trail is of medium difficulty, with an extension of 8.6 km that will last around 2:30 am).

Casa das Pereiras

Bookings

1 + 6 =

Casa das Pereiras

There are four separate spaces (one T2 and three T1) reserved by a wall and separated by an extensive lawned garden and a swimming pool (1.8 meters deep) flanked by wood and rolled stone. All outdoor space (about 1,300 m2) is illuminated at night.

Each of the villas has a private furnished balcony with sea views and independent access to the pool. Inside, the signature of Architect Carlos Sousa Dias invites you to enjoy a light and distinct environment.

In an open space concept we find the living room, dining area and kitchen whose walls facing the sea invite to the contemplation, through a tracery of windows, without curtains, that invades the whole space of light and the smell of the sea.

In the suites, all of them spacious, highlight the comfort of the extra-long beds and the details in the bathrooms with pampering, such as the offer of handmade oil soap with various aromas (cinnamon, fennel, mint and lavender).

The two T1 spaces on the ground floor have internal communication, allowing, if necessary, to enlarge the available space.

The T2 villa is protected, of winds and intensity of the sun, by a centenarian meter.