The Manor House, once known as "das Torres", keeps unchanged the 17th century facade and structure.


The intervention led by architect João Paulo Rapagão valued the original design, offering to leisure the outside spaces formerly devoted to the fruit orchards, the vegetable gardens, the vineyard and the maize which were born of the water that springs from the seventeenth-century granite fountain.

Enjoy the 17,500 m2 of meadow and stone pine, lawn and fruit trees, the dry mottled green of olive and walnut trees. Hide next to the reed, listening to the chirping of birds at dusk, stretch your sight to the sea and enjoy a splendid sunset over the Atlantic.

The silence of the starry nights is broken only by the chirping of the crickets and the distant sound of waves lapping. It's the perfect time and place for a relaxed friendly chat.