Property location: 41. 1189917067935, -7. 79555082321167 (on Google Maps and OpenStreetMap)
Located in the Douro, between Régua and the historical city of Lamego, is the House of Quinta de Sequeiros. This property, typical Douro house, whose origins date back to the 16th century. XVII, was recently recovered, preserving its natural origins.
It is inserted in the farm located in the heart of the Porto wine region. Ideal for those looking for peace and quiet.
It has a balcony where one can enjoy, the magnificent landscape on the Douro.
It is located 4 km from Lamego.
It has 4 double rooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 rooms equipped with various games and fireplaces and private swimming pool.
The property is inserted in a farm with more than 4 hectares, so that the possible tourists have access to privacy and quiet appreciated and sought today.
It is located about 2 km from the Rio Balsemão, where you can opt for various programs: sightseeing, cultural, or fishing.
Monuments of National Interest: If you are interested in visiting the city of Lamego,
Cathedral of Lamego - Romanesque style from the 16th century. XII
The temple of S. Pedro de Balsemão - Swiss-Visigothic origin dates back to the 19th century. VII
The Tower of Ucanha - Its existence has already been documented in the 12th century.
Church of Santa Maria Almacave - This religious temple is a Romanesque building (13th century),
Church and Convent of Santa Cruz - Classification: IIP - Property of Public Interest
Monastery of St. John of Tarouca - Initially it was the hermitage of 1152
The shrine of Our Lady of Remedies, in Lamego, began to be built in 1750.
Feast of Our Lady of Remedies and the City - Heritage, Tradition and Culture | Popular parties
The pilgrimage of Our Lady of Remedies has a preponderant role in relation to other religious festivities.
Archaeological Park of the Côa Valley - Archeology (Cave Prints) The Archaeological Park of the Côa Valley was created in August 1996 with the objectives of managing, protecting, museumizing and visiting the rock art of the Côa Valley.
The art of the Côa was classified as a National Monument in 1997 and a World Heritage Site in 1998 by UNESCO.
"The cave art of the Upper Paleolithic of the Côa Valley is an exceptional illustration of the sudden development of creative genius, at the dawn of human cultural development;
The rock art of the Côa Valley demonstrates, in an exceptional way, the social, economic and spiritual life of the first ancestor of humanity. "
You can also opt for a cruise weekend that takes place every Saturday:
Régua - Pinhão - Régua
Boat ride and train descent
Embark on the Quay of Ruler
17h00 Start of the cruise to Pinhão
5:30 pm Passage of the Bagaúste Dam
Snack served on board
19h00 Arrival at Pinhão // Free time
20h02 Travel by train on the Douro Line to Régua
8:30 PM Arrival at Régua StationGet the full listing »