This twenty-bedroom 17th-century manor house is situated on top of a hill that plays host to a group of vineyards that look down upon the breathtaking Lima Valley. The orchards and vineyards surrounding Paco de Calheiros stretch for 13 acres, offering sophistication and culture to guests who seek solace in those pleasures.
While you’re taking in the panoramic vista from Quinta de Cartemil’s semi-circular poolside lawns, you’ll realize that you might be in heaven.
The most appealing feature of this gorgeous farmhouse, known as Quinta da Bemvisa, is the scintillating view of the lush, beautifully manicured fields of the Lima Valley.
This five-bedroom estate home will leave guests immersed in rustic landscapes and budding wildlife. Quinta do Ameal is a five-bedroom heritage home that – while small in stature – is designed in a way that conveys spaciousness and luxury. A beacon of wine culture, this villa is nestled cozily away in an upper mountain valley overlooking the Lima River.
The charming manor house known as Portela de Sampriz is located in the Minho region, tucked away in the mountain slopes of Santa Rita halfway.
Located in the north bank of the Ave River, Casa de Alfena is within earshot of the Peneda Geres National Park.