When entering this Manor House with high ceilings dating from 1938 we have an entrance hall and a hallway that shares 4 bedrooms a toilet, a living room a dining room and a full bathroom, kitchen, has a patio of 40sqm with a tree and a first floor with a terrace with 40sqm and a T1 with living room dining room with the possibility of by a kitchen countertop and a bench room. The matters in the remodeling of this house are the originals having an odd beauty. Its location in the city centre and its disposal are east west give a spectacular atmosphere. Vila Real de Santo António was founded in 1774 by the express will of the Marquis of Pombal, near the old village of Santo António de Arenilha disappeared in the seventeenth century, swallowed up by the advance of the sea combined with changes in the riverbed. Because it was built from scratch in just two years, obeying the Enlightenment standard, it is an important historical testimony. For the new village, transformed into a county seat, customs (was in Castro Marim) and the prison (located in Cacela) were transferred. In the 19th century, its development is linked to the expansion of the canning industry, thanks to investments by Spaniards, Greeks and Italians. Fishing continues to be a key economic resource, animated by tuna and sardine harvesting for the canning industry. Cacela is increasingly limited to agricultural production to supply the two closest population centers (Vila Real de Santo António and Tavira). It was only at the end of this century that the village sees the arrival of the train, favoring the connection with the other urban centers of the Algarve and the connection to the rest of the country. The 1960s mark the beginning of a process of regional growth clearly polarised by tourism. fat mount, until then a small fishing village, becomes a tourism center, thanks to the construction of the first hotel buildings. This is the new economic aspect of the municipality: tourism. Due to its geographical border location, it is a privileged place for the Spanish, particularly in the commercial, cultural and gastronomic field. The municipality presents differences at the morphological/landscape level, opposing areas of rugged terrain to the north and flattened areas on the coast and having relevant environmental, landscape and heritage values. In addition, it also has cultural, social and sporting resources with great relevance both nationally and internationally.