In the heart of Alto Alentejo, near the village of Vaiamonte, Torre de Palma Wine Hotel rises in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by vineyards that nourish their rich wines, abandoned over time. It's composed of 19 homes among which are its 8 Alentejo typical houses, a rural loft, 5 bedrooms in what was the old barn and manor house. The inspiration comes from the way of life of the family Basilii, the ancient inhabitants of the nearby Roman ruins of Torre de Palma, and the Alentejo traditions that blend seamlessly with the most absolute modernity. Wifi throughout the complex, wine tastings focusing on aromatherapy, cooking classes with the fruits of an organic garden on the property, horseback riding and pleasure to wander through the farm to discover places as I show in the photos post. Portugal outdoes itself. Follow me on Bloglovin and don't miss any of my updates. I'll follow you back.
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Portuguese blogger Gabriela Botelho Ana Isabel, manager, Me =) and Filipe, sales manager
Herdade de Torre de Palma Monforte
+39° 4' 6.17", -7° 29' 20.85"
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