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Here are our choices for the best farm stays & dude ranches with horse riding in Beja, Portugal in 2024! All come with instant online booking & lowest price guaranteed via Booking.com.
- Agroturismo Herdade do Amarelo Nature & Spa is a luxury B&B farm stay in Alentejo, Portugal within the Vincentian Coast Natural Park. It’s about 7km from the well-known village of Vila Nova de Milfontes, 10km from the town of São Luís, and about 200km from Lisbon. THE ACCOMMODATION: Their rooms are luxurious and spacious and all come with a private entrance and terrace, a flat-screen TV, WiFi, and a minibar. Some of the larger rooms also have private hot tubs. Herdade do Amarelo also has a Spa and Wellness centre. There’s an outdoor gym, a saltwater swimming pool, a jacuzzi, and a range of massage services available all day. You’ll find a nice range of good homemade food and wine here too; they have a great buffet breakfast in the morning and various snacks, light meals and drinks are available throughout the day. PRICES: Check out all the details – prices, reviews & more photos on the booking page here. THE FARM: It’s a working farm with cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, hens, vegetable gardens, olive trees, and vineyards, all of which are organic. Guests are welcome to explore the farm and take part in activities such as looking after the animals and picking olives and grapes. You can also learn a little about the production of olive oil and wine and join some tasting sessions. THE LOCATION: The surroundings, including the Vincentine Coast Natural Park, are great for exploring and you’re never far away from some of Alentejo’s best beaches. You can hire bikes for free from the farm, the staff are always ready to provide good advice about the many cycling and hiking routes nearby, and they can arrange horse riding and canoeing trips amongst others. WHAT OTHER GUESTS SAY: “The relaxing atmosphere. The full body massage was incredible!…” “We simply love absolutely everything about Herdade do Amarelo Nature & Spa from the people working there to the amazing romantic atmosphere and breathtaking views….” >> READ MORE REVIEWS & BOOK YOUR STAY AT HERDADE DO AMARELO: READ MORE
- Herdade dos Grous, near Beja, Alentejo, Portugal, is a 5-star luxury hotel on a 1700-acre organic farm estate that produces award-winning wine and olive oil and has an outdoor swimming pool in the extensive gardens, and an artificial lake on the farm. THE ACCOMMODATION: They have a range of top-class suites and rooms, all of them with private bathrooms, minibars, WiFi, and satellite TVs. The suites have spacious seating areas with open fireplaces. There is a high-quality restaurant and bar on site that serves the finest local food plus all of their own award-winning wines, with a snack bar open throughout the day. Guests can entertain themselves by playing tennis on the estate’s courts, playing billiards, table tennis, or going for a swim in the pool followed maybe by a visit to their sauna, where massages are available for an extra fee. THE FARM: This huge estate has a fully working farm breeding Alentejo cattle, merino sheep, and of course horses. They provide horse riding lessons and guided trails around the estate and the surrounding countryside, which you can also tour by bike with bike rental available at the hotel. They have extensive vineyards and olive groves, too, that allow them to produce their own Herdade dos Grous award-winning branded wines and olive oil. Guests are welcome to tour the estate and the winery and to take a look at the production of the wine and olive oil, along with tasting sessions of both. Much of their produce goes into their wonderful meals and you can also buy some to take home from their on-site farm shop. THE LOCATION: The farm stay is just south of Beja in the centre of Portugal’s Alentejo region. Alentejo is the country’s undoubted rural heartland and is particularly famous for its cork and wine. The cork trees here actually produce half of the world’s supply and its wines, though still not completely mainstream, are growing in popularity. Its wine tourism industry has also been developing quite rapidly in recent years, with the help of estates like Herdade dos Grous. The region is not on the mainstream tourist trail, and is, especially, a world away READ MORE