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Portugal offers several types of accommodation, such as charm hotels, pousadas and personalized guesthouses, from the most modern to the most traditional ones. Castles, monasteries, mansions, manor-houses or contemporary buildings integrated in areas of outstanding natural beauty, offer highly qualified accommodation facilities and provide a close contact with the Portuguese customs and traditions.  
Monte de Santa Lúzia - Viana do Castelo (Minho) 

Half way between Viana and its ex-libris, the SantaLuzia hill, Quinta de Valverde is an unexpected paradise of green and peacefulness with the city, the Lima River and the Atlantic Ocean literally at its feet.

Vila de Punhe - Viana do Castelo (MINHO) 

Surrounded by an exuberant green and a deep silence, it presents a curious mixture between the purest traditions of Minho and a risky but creative approach, combining comfort and modernity.

Santa Cruz do Douro (Douro) 

A refuge in nature, a sublime encounter between the sierras and the river. Contemporary comfort in the genuine soul of a small rural village with understated elegance and friendly atmosphere.

Castelo Rodrigo (Beira Alta) 

Set amidst the urban group of houses and protected by the secular walls of the Historical Village, Casa da Cisterna is a singular refuge where comfort and the art of welcoming come together.

Aldeia de Cima - Cotas (Vale do Mondego) 

Tranquillity, wellbeing and authenticity are the basic foundations of the Villa Pedra concept. Make an appointment with peace, time for reflection and the absolute privilege of doing nothing.

Lisboa - Av Liberdade (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

Inaugurated in the beginning of the 1950s, it's a classic among Lisboa hotels. It has the tradition of offering over the years, an atmosphere of informal good taste that feels like home.

Lisboa - Av. Liberdade (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

Located in the main artery of the city, it has been restored and decorated by Miguel Câncio Martins, a renowned architect famous for his work on mythical spaces in Paris, London and New York.

Lisboa - Av. Liberdade (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

In a building designed by the architect Cassiano Branco in the 1940s, restored in its original Art Deco style, Britania combines a genuine ambiance with the comfort of the present time.

Lisboa - Castelo (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

At a small palace from the 18th century magnificently restored and protected by the imposing walls of São Jorge's Castle, it certainly is one of the cosiest refuges in Lisboa.

Lisboa - Santos (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

Queirosian atmosphere of an old Lisboa from times now revisited, in an oasis of peace and serenity implanted in the cosmopolitan, avant-garde Design District of the capital.

Mafra (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

It's a row of traditional rural houses, whitewashed with blue or yellow stripes, which passionate people insisted on restoring. A place in close contact with nature, that breathes peacefulness.

Odrinhas - Sintra (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

With a Mediterranean inspiration and a view to Serra de Sintra and the Sea, it is a place of serenity, sensitivity and love for details; after all, it is the home of an architect.

São Lourenço - Ericeira (Lisboa e Costa Estoril) 

With the horizon merged with the sea, Quinta dos Raposeiros is a place to worship nature and all the activities related to it. After all, it is not by chance that the owner is an inveterate surfer.

Arraiolos (Évora) 

Located right in the center of Arraiolos, it's a place where the teachings of the ancient yoga wisdom of the energetic centres and the temporal and spacial surroundings of Alentejo combine.

Borba (Évora) 

Important piece of the rich local heritage, Casa Terreiro do Poço is referred in the Portuguese Artistic Inventory due to its beautiful mural paintings and frescoes. If you're looking for the attention of the owners and a hearty welcome, this is paradise.

Alcácer do Sal (Costa Azul) 

At the heart of an over 2000ha estate, Casas do Sal are the perfect example of how a place in the middle of nowhere can become a dream to be shared by many. Don't miss: the Swim-In.

Serra da Arrábida - Setúbal (Costa Azul) 

In the heart of the Arrábida Natural Park, one mile away from Setúbal centre, a surprising refuge with amazing views over the Sado river estuary, the Tróa Peninsula and the Atlantic ocean.

Cercal do Alentejo (Sudoeste Alentejano) 

With ethnic influences from remote cultures, it is a surprisingly coloured point of contrast that breaks the traditional white hegemony of the Alentejo.

Almodôvar (Planície Dourada) 

In Serra do Mú, a relatively unconventional Monte Alentejano that offers its guests a sense of well being and tranquility in a very zen environment.

Castro Verde (Planície Dourada) 

With panoramic views over the landscape Monte da Ameixa is the heart of a vast area of the Lower Alentejo known as Campo Branco. For those who enjoy wide open spaces and birdwatching, paradise is here.

Aljezur (Costa Vicentina) 

An ethnic experience that smells like sea, peace and total respect for the wild nature, at a short distance from some of the most beautiful beaches in the region. A bit of Africa, in Costa Vicentina.

Odeceixe (Costa Vicentina) 

On the border between Sudoeste Alentejano and Costa Vicentina, it's a refuge for those who want to enjoy the pleasures of the country, the sun and the sea, leaving the urban routine behind.

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