Do you want to relax and get energy? Then this is the perfect place. Breathe lovely clean mountain air with the scents of nature. Enjoy walks in the centuries-old olive groves. Pick sun-warmed fresh fruit from the trees, and swim in the crystal clear waters of the river with only nature for company. So far away from mass tourism, you can come. A great place for those who want to collect energy, live simply and not having a lot of must-haves. As the holiday should be! Ample breakfast included in the price, and cleaning every third day. It is possible to get any of your meals cooked. The village has three homes nearby, Casal Novo nede, and Casal Novo. A total of 8 bedrooms and 18 beds. If the residence Casa do Forno upper floor house has two floors with an apartment on each storey and a common wonderful terrace with amazing views, garden furniture and barbecue. Lovely mix of old and new in this large holiday villa located in the Portuguese mountain village. Casa Do Forno is perched on the top floor and one upstairs with private entrance. Two bedrooms, one double, one with two single beds. Single beds are 90 x 180 cm double bed 140 * 180 cm. Fully equipped kitchen (no dishwasher, no washing machine, laundry services). Bathroom with shower. Cable TV and internet available. Remember: This is located in the mountains, and it is consequently hilly. To reach the river for swimming as you walk on the paths and it's natural environment, not fully corrected added for visitors there are, however paths. Places to reach is so fine, so fine and is not far from the village. Few people speak English here as the aging population is high, but expect that you will be warmly received. Those who take care of the house can assist you in English. (translated by Google)
In this part of Portugal you can experience a completely different life than we normally live in the mordern word. In this place you will find peace, and solidarity with nature. The few who still live in villages in this mountains, are living a simple calm life on a small patch of land. The villages has a chapel and narrow streets with pretty closely built houses. Traditionally build with a specieal technice of stones. The river is the vene of the land and gives water to the growings. The mountains offers a fantastic view and no pictures makes justice of the magnitude. This is one of my absolute favorite places in the world and I am so pleased to be able both to you that have the possibility of visisting it but also to help to continue living in this village who are otherwise at risk of getting empty. For excursions around the area you can go and see Fajão a village with EU money has built up as it was 100 years ago. All houses are made in the old style stone construction, it has a small museum, and a restaurant with a dish that is widely known lamb cooked in wine. Arganil is the nearest city where you can go every Friday at a local market that sells traditional crafts, locally grown vegetables and various delicacies. Charming! Hike along mountain trails, eat of the fruit of the season, cherries, strawberries, figs and more. The only thing you have to do is to enjoy, and respect the life that already exists here. A magnificent pond to visit with a surreal wiev. Stories around the dam construction are many and it's exciting to get them told one of the locals.
Getting there: Fly to Lisbon or Porto in the north. Car necessary. Lisbon: 280 km Porto: 180 km Coimbra: 72 km Arganil: 20 km Supermarket: Mini Store where it is most needed, otherwise Arganil 20 km, Swimming in the From 40m Bathing pool: Fajão 6 km Restaurant: 6 km Fajão (translated by Google)