Luxurious Villa bordered by Rain forest, Sea View

View from Pool Deck
View from Pool DeckFront ViewLiving Room ViewTerrace North ViewTerrace South ViewLiving RoomGuest RestroomBedroom with BalconyBedroom with Sea ViewDinner RoomSeaview from BedroomsPool and DeckBedroom with Canal ViewChill-out area with Sea ViewSea View from LivingSecurity and Privacy - Access by StairsView of Pinda Yacht Club

From $333 / night

Ilhabela, Brazil
Luxurious Villa bordered by Rain forest, Sea View
4 bedrooms
8 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Sleeps: 8
Type: Villa
Per night: $800
Per week: $4,500
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Ilhabela vacation villa rental
Only 200 km from Sao Paulo and 250 Km from Rio de Janeiro , Ilhabela is famous for offering the most stunning coast and nature of Brazil, with many incredible white sand beaches to be explored , along with the best preserved rain forest in the country, hidden waterfalls , and great diving spots. The property is located at the Centre area (saco da capela, within walking distance to the beach and centre. It is a recently renovated property with typical colonial furnishings, washer, home-theater , TV, hi-speed Internet and all the goodies. The house is sufficiently elevated from the sand level so you can enjoy an incredible view of the Sea and Ilhabela Canal, without compromising you privacy. It offers 4 Bedrooms (plus maid quarters ) , a home theater, a contemporary kitchen, a living room, dinning room, large terrace and balcony. The yard has a pool and with wooden deck. A motorboat or a sailing boat can be arranged for an extra fee.

Andre Versteeg

Area Information
Ilhabela, or Beautiful Island, on Ilha de São Sebastião in the state of São Paulo,certainly lives up to its name. Discovered in 1502 by Américo Vespúcio, the island has a long history of defense against foreign naval powers, pirate's refuge, black market slavery, smuggling base and failed colonial efforts at sugar and coffee plantations.

About 85% of the island's almost 350,000 square miles is within Ilhabela State Park, with further development not allowed. Most of the development is on the west coat facing the mainland, and the island's economy is based on tourism.

There are great 35 km of beaches, a coastal Atlantic rain forest, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, to explore, mountain peaks to climb and over 400 cool waterfalls cascading into the ocean. Add to that legends of pirate treasure, underwater wrecks to explore, great sailing, enough to make Ilhabela's annual Sailing Week a must, and you've got the makings of an attractive vacation destination.

From the top of Pico São Sebastião, the island's highest spot at 4521 ft (1378 m) on the northern coast, you can look over the tops of trees to the water, catch a glimpse of local wildlife, and perhaps see. at the southern end of the island, the Ilhas das Cabras, part of the Santuário Ecológico de Ilhabela, devoted to the preservation of marine wildlife. You can also see the other islands in the archipelago: Vitória, Búzios, Serraria and Cabras. The archipelago is about 130 square miles total, with about 84 miles of coastline.

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Jan 01 2016 Dec 31 2017 $800 $800 $4,500 $10,000 -
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: 1000 USD
Payment Options: Money Order, PayPal
Other Fees: Maid Services optional (50 USD/day)
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