Where to sleep
Alojamentos que oferecem sensações e emoções que vai querer experimentar; conforto e hospitalidade que criam o desejo de voltar.
Casa Miriam is located in Belmonte, one of Portugal’s historical villages and is a rustic-style holiday home with one bedroom. We accept pets and there is cable internet access. All guest accommodation has amenities for ensuring a feeling of comfort. Your host will guarantee that there is a range of recreational activities so that you have plenty to do during your stay.
Casa do Corro
Casa do Corro is a small house designed to offer the maximum comfort and wellbeing that we all deserve. We have a wide range of conditions that you can enjoy to the full in this calm, relaxing lifestyle in direct contact with nature. Come and visit us and enjoy the ambiance, tranquillity and harmony that we have to offer.
Casa Villar Mayor
This country house is located in a quiet area and focuses on comfort, tranquillity, harmony and hospitality. It is located in the village of Vilar Maior, which has high historical, architectural, scenic and cultural potential. This excellent tourist unit offers easy access to Serra da Estrela and is 22 km north-east of Sabugal, the municipal capital, roughly half way to the Vilar Formoso border near a number of places of historical interest. It has four rooms with en-suite bathrooms, TV, a DVD player, wireless internet and access to all of the house’s common areas and surrounding gardens.
Monte do Vale Mosteiro Agroturismo
Monte do Vale Mosteiro – Agro-Turismo is a peaceful property located in Rosmaninhal in Tejo Internacional Nature Park in Beira Interior. This traditional rural accommodation has an outdoor pool and plantations of holm oak as far as the eye can see. The property contains a beautiful dam that is good for fishing. Flocks of merino sheep and herds of horses graze on the meadows. You are very likely to see deer and wild boar and different types of birds that are unique to the region. Idanha-a-Nova, the historical village de Idanha-a-Velha and Portugal’s most Portuguese village, Monsanto, are only a few kilometres away from Monte do Vale Mosteiro and are recommended to anyone who wants to learn a little of our history.