Things well made in Portugal
In the abandoned old village an unique housing tourism project was created, from the same owners of the Stivali store.
In this building designed by Cottinelli Telmo in the 1920s it's absolutely impossible not see the resemblance to one of Wes Anderson's movies.
In a country side mountain village, Casas da Lapa merge good taste with nature (with spa, swimming pools and even a waterfall).
In a building designed by Cottinelli Telmo in the 1920s, it's impossible not to think about Wes Anderson and be amazed.
They may look like futuristic ships but they are, in fact, houses erected in the midst of the nature, in the middle of the thermal park.
In the middle of a forest of oaks and cedars, Casa Soenga is an exclusive refuge in nature.
With a vineyard tradition since 1912, this Duriense farm house was converted into a hotel by one of the owner's grandchildren.
In Burel's 5-star hotel, Maria Keil's furniture co-stars with new Portuguese designers.
In the heart of Montesinho Natural Park, four wooden studios invite you to discover nature.
Inside the warm and colorful greenhouse, where pineapples grow, there’s a small sized tank with heated water, ideal for late night baths.
These wooden bungalows are surrounded by tall trees and nature sounds.
Where there used to be an old stabe for animals, a pink and lightful guesthouse was designed.
In the first glamping of the Azores there are hybrid tents, similar to wooden houses.
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