The Tempus hotel & spa, Ponte da Barca, Viana do Castelo is located in the small historical town of Ponte da Barca named after the boat which would take pelgrims from the south side of the Lima river to the north on their way to Santiago do Compostela and the 15th century bridge build in 1450. A thriving town in the time of the pelgrims Ponte da Barca has many interesting historical buildings, alleys and views and it is set in one of the most beautiful landscaped districts of Portugal, the Northern district of Viano do Castelo.
Featuring outdoor and indoor swimming pools, Tempus Hotel & Spa has a spa and wellness centre and a restaurant. Located in Ponte da Barca, this hotel is 2.5 km from the Lima River.
The building is a modern building with a modern designed architecture that concentrates on light and the amazing views that surround it.
All the rooms and suites are air-conditioned and soundproofed and have a private bathroom with free toiletries. The units all feature a flat-screen TV, mini bar and a furnished balcony with a view. The suites also come with a separate living room which includes a sofa. Free WiFi access is provided.
Guests may have a taste of traditional Portuguese cuisine in the property’s restaurant. A bar, serving refreshing drinks and cocktails. Local restaurants are available in Ponte da Barca’s centre, just 4 km away.
Before enjoying a dip in one of the pools, guests can enjoy a massage. The Spa and wellness centre includes a sauna, hot tub and hammam.
Ponte de Lima is 17 km from the hotel. Porto’s Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport is 65 km away from the Tempus Hotel & Spa.
This hotel has a very good price/quality balance and makes a lovely place to stay for couples or families that want to discover this wonderful part of Portugal.
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