Cascais is the Portuguese Riviera. Chic, glamorous and pretty, the city has an interesting heritage. Its beaches are its pride and joy. The Tagus and the Atlantic meet there for an ideal marriage for the holidays.
The carpets of Arraiolos constitute a formidable heritage. The small town of Alentejo is only an hour and a half away from Lisbon. To visit it is to immerse yourself in history and talent.
The Tagus estuary is one of the largest in Western Europe. The nature reserves of Alcochete and Montijo are ideal for bird watching. Beautiful walks in perspective!
A city in Alentejo that has an extraordinary ducal palace. Blue marble is not its only richness.
Lisbon is the only European capital by the sea. Carcavelos, his first beach. Easy access, a large strip of blond sand.
Alamal beach opposite Belver, the footbridges along the Tagus, the breathtaking view of the river from the village of Outeiro and bird watching: an invigorating stay.
Belver, a magnificent castle overlooking the Tagus and a charming village. The Tagus’ footbridges are nearby, in Alamal. Beach, canoeing, hiking, and bird watching, no time to get bored.
Amoroso is a restored traditional boat belonging to the Seixal Maritime Ecomuseum. An outing on the Tagus on board allows you to see Lisbon differently and discover a remarkable history and heritage.
A rural tourist accommodation, tastefully designed, simple and functional. Three family apartments, of beautiful dimensions, opening on to a swimming pool with a view on the Serra de Gardunha. Leisure and rest.