It is a rural tourism, the "Monte das Mariolas", in Castelo de Vide, consisting of:
7 semi-in-house, equipped and furnished, with independent entrances, of which:
- 6 houses consist of: bedroom, bathroom and living room with kitchenette
- 1 main house consisting of: bedroom and bathroom on the 1st floor, and living room with american kitchen, with stove, bathroom and storage space.
All houses have terraces with deck or with grass carpet, overlooking the garden and the mountains of the upper Alentejo.
It is also part of the property about 70 olive trees for olive oil production, swimming pool and lake.
The small village of Castelo de Vide is one of the jewels of the Upper Alentejo. Here, a cboard of whitewashed houses and red roofs clings to the lush slopes of the foothills of the Serra de São Mamede. The old quarter has been described as one of portugal's best preserved medieval towns and sometimes it seems that life hasn't changed much since that time. What the city can lack in great monuments is more than compensated in ambieity and charm.
It is one hour from Estremoz and Elvas and 1h 30m from the cities of Cáceres or Badajoz in Spain.
Nearby is the Historic Village of Marvão, 6.2 miles away.