At Quinta da Foz, located in Foz do Arelho in Portugal’s western region, there is much to see and do: from wonderful outdoor spaces to memorable days and nights in rooms with historic furniture, or family apartments, unforgettable breakfasts and environmental tourism experiences in the nature.
Jardim da Quinta
Ideal for receptions and welcome cocktails.
Situated at the entrance of QUINTA DA FOZ, the Jardim da Quinta is a lovely place with an area of 1,100 m², full of green areas and a resting spot.
Pátio dos Plátanos
Ideal for a reception with several tables or for placing a huge white or transparent tent.
The Pátio dos Plátanos is one of the most special places of the Quinta due to its view over the Óbidos lagoon, the century-old plane trees or the enchanting stone tables.
It has an area of 1,000 m² and is covered with natural shadows and a small porch which can be used as a place to rest.
At the entrance of Quinta da Foz, the stables host 3 Lusitano horses. In this stable you can meet Poet, Tribuno and Cuco. In the field, Ventoinha (a 16 years-old horse) and the Coco Chanel pony are two other iconic inhabitants of the Quinta.
Indoor riding arena
Located just at the entrance of Quinta da Foz, the Quinta’s riding arena is a rectangular flat and wide space, with an area of 180 m², covered by a roof with timber structure and sand floor.
- Wooden floor, as an option to sand.
- Two independent entries.
- A tribune.
- General Junot’s charriot (19th century).
- An independent bathroom.
- Option of autonomous light and sound systems.
Outdoor riding arena
Located on the west side of Quinta da Foz, the outdoor riding arena is a wide rectangular space, with an area of 450 m².
Built in the Quinta da Foz, in the 16th century, this iconic site has almost 500 years of existence… It is suitable for a traditional wedding ceremony, whose celebration involves a religious and Catholic celebration, provided there is prior consent from the priest of the Foz do Arelho church.
The QUINTA DA FOZ is full of meaning, it allows for the presence of up to 50 seated people, – on benches or individual seats – and is devoted to Our Lady of Guadalupe.
This religious building has approximately 120 m² and a centralised layout, somehow still attached to the 16th century tradition and that is different from all other areas of the Quinta.