Live at Quinta do Peru is living in total tranquility of the countryside, close to the sea and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Situated in an area favored by nature, where the beauty of the Sado River estuary and the magnificent Arrábida, Quinta do Peru benefits from the favourable climate and diversity of landscapes that make it a unique place to live. A dream scenario, with the Tróia peninsula in the background, which can be enjoyed from the Conventinho da Arrábida secular terraces, built from 1535 by Franciscan friars, who used to say, flushed with the breathtaking view: 'If this isn't heaven, we're very near!'.
When the Sado River embraces the Atlantic Ocean, faces us with a rugged coastline that looks over the sea between the Portinho da Arrábida and the fishing village of Sesimbra, where, in addition to welcoming sandy beaches, fishing enthusiasts are attractive specimens, such as swordfish. In this region, lovers of good food can delight in the best fish and seafood in traditional recipes passed down from generation to generation.
Walking into the interior, it should be noted the architectural wealth of the old manor of Wakefield and the beauty of the vineyards of the illustrious families spread out to Palmela, where are produced wines of excellence signed by renowned houses such as the Quinta da Bacalhoa, José Maria da Fonseca or Casa Ermelinda Freitas, deserving special mention the fortified wine of chaste muscatel , perfect accompaniment to the traditional sweets of the area, in which pontificam the famous Tortas de Azeitão.