The crystalline salt water swimming pool (11x5m and 1,1-2,2m deep) is next to the Storks House, surrounded by old olive trees. The view is magnificent. Take the chance to try our local cooking and enjoy the countryside aromas that you’ll never forget….
We have marked paths where you can enjoy and see natural plants and wildlife.
Ask for a map and a picnic basket and go for a fantastic day. Take a ride to the weir by bicycle or use our electric buggy.
We can also offer you a classic drive on a sixties Land Rover with our guide.
Make your own salads by picking any of the fruit and vegetables you like from our vegetable garden. You’ll find a basket in your house so you can go “picking”.
At your home, or beside the pool, accompanied by nothing but the sounds of nature and the stunning view to the west, you can relax with a fabulous aromatherapy massage administered with essential oils from "Aroma da Terra".
Early morning you can fly on a hot air balloon over the amaizing green rice fields, Coruche village and Sorraia river.
Enjoy the biodiversity that only here exists on horseback. And if you like, we can organize horse riding lessons for you.
Discover the local rivers
Take an 8 km trip by canoe down the River Sorraia with a monitor and enjoy its beauty – Descidas do Sorraia
Or enjoy a cruise on the River Tagus along the Avieiro Route - Ollem
A guided tour of the Coruche factory of Corticeira Amorim, the world’s leading cork producer - Amorim
Herdade da Quinta Grande
A 100-year-old agricultural estate with a lake and every facility you need to enjoy waterskiing, wakeboarding and barefooting - Skiclube Quinta Grande
Discovering the wines of Tagus
With its farming and wine producing traditions, the wines of Tagus (ex-Ribatejo) are outstanding. Go visit and taste some of these wines from the producers:
At Montinho do Corvo, in Escusa/Coruche, there is a 100-hectare biodiversity reserve with two apiaries and around 100 beehives. Studio sessions, wax workshops and even picnics are available - A Apicultora
The history of Royal Falconry in Salvaterra de Magos is associated with the history of the Royal Country House "Paço Real – Casa de Campo da Coroa". In this recently reconstructed building whose origin dates back to the 18th century, you can see the 15 different birds of prey which allow high-level and low-level flying. It was classified as a Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2016 - A Falcoaria Real