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If you like architecture and portugese tiles, this house is a must. I had the good luck to get a free private tour by a very well informed and enthusiastic guide who leads visitors around the house during the summer.
The Casa de Santa Maria was built in 1903 for an Irish aristocrat George O’Neil, who had made a fortune from selling tobacco. Although stripped of a lot of the original furnishings the ceilings and Portuguese tiles rescued from a ruined chaple near Lisbon are...More
By walking in Cascais there are a lot to visit, the nice Casa de Santa Maria, near the lightower, a beautiful house in 1760, a perfect exemple of the taste of that time with enorm spaces, a real splendour.
Our hotel, Vila Gale, gave us vouchers for the local museums. We made use of them with a visit to Casa Dr Santa Maria among other places of interest. Overlooking the water's edge, this is a beautiful setting with great views from the upper floor....More
We stumble across this place when walking to the lighthouse. People were lounging on the banks and in the water and it looked so inviting! We didn't actually go in to the museum itself but i just wanted to comment on the grounds outside, they...More
Easy to find; right on the walking path along the Cascais coast, for 3 Euros you can view an early 19th century house designed by Raul Lino. Not overly furnished but a walk through the main, upper and basement floors are interesting. House remains cool...More
We did not expect much, but this is an easy/quick museum - a lovely house that was built in 3 stages. The view of gorgeous - over the ocean, a small lagune and a marina. Unfortuantely, not furnished, but the photographs give you an idea...More