Experience the Alentejo's coast in all its splendor.
The South West Alentejo and Vicentine Coast Natural Park, with a length of 110 km and a total area of 74 414.89 hectares (accounting for land area of 56 952.79 ha and a marine area adjacent to 17 461.21 ha), offers us a magnificent natural spectacle with its flora and fauna, where you can find various species of birds and mammals in their natural and semi-natural habitats, such as steep and jagged cliffs, beaches, several islets and reefs (including the island of Pêssego and unusual coral reef in Carrapateira), the Mira estuary, the Sardão cable, the promontory of Sagres and Cape St. Vincent, dunes, moors, marshes, salt steppes, temporary ponds, ravines (valleys embedded with dense vegetation) and more.
Also visit the Nature and Forestry Conservation Institute for more information about the park, here.
In the heart of the Natural Park, the entire area around the Mounte da Baía do Tonel is surrounded by several hiking trails, some of which are properly identified.
And also enjoy the paths of Rota Vicentina (see the Fishermen Trail, passes right next door).
Why not ride to get warm bread in the bakery of Zambujeira do Mar?
Just get one of our bikes and make a nice ride of 4,5Km.
There are also several mountain bike routes.
Come pamper our horses, take a picture with them or help us feed them. It delights them!
Soak up the sun and sea, this beautiful nearby beach of Mount Tonel.
Go on foot, by bike or car, the important thing is to go.