Located in Mina de Sao Domingos in the heart of Alentejo
, your hotel is set in beautifully manicured gardens.
Portugal’s largest region, covering a third of the country,
truly captivates. Think dry, golden plains, rolling hillsides and lime-green vines. A rugged coastline, traditional whitewashed villages, marble towns and majestic medieval cities.
Plus a proud if melancholic people, who valiantly cling to their local crafts.
Centuries-old farming traditions – and cork production – continue here. Alentejo’s rich past offers Palaeolithic carvings, fragments from Roman conquerors and solid Visigothic churches. There are Moorish-designed neighbourhoods and awe-inspiring fortresses built at stork-nest heights.
And the cuisine? Alentejo is ‘it’ for traditional food.
Gastronomic delights are plentiful – pork, game, bread, cheese, wine, and seafood along the coastline. Bird life and rare plants are prolific, and walking opportunities abound.
Mertola Town 17km
Guadiana River 6km
Sao Domingos Mine 700m
HS Milfontes Beach 137km