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. A prominent gateway greets guests upon their arrival, followed by a drive lined by trees that lead to eye-catching magnolia trees shading an ancient stone fountain. Furthermore, hospitality is a top priority, as the Count of Calheiros makes his guests feel the utmost warmth and comfort.
Each district of Porto is unique. When you find yourself in this stunning city, why not explore them all? Visit Baixa for the history and the scenery, and then stroll down to the coastal Cais de Ribera. No matter where you go in Porto, you will love it.
Port has a longstanding tradition in the city of Porto. From English merchants who founded companies producing it, to modern-day boutique wineries, port is a way of life for the Portuguese. And it is delicious.
Spend a day at the beach in this seaside town just 10 km south of Porto. This uncrowded beach is perfect for sunbathing and swimming in the summer and offers incredible waves for surfers in the winter.