Charming Palace, its gardens extend over an idyllic setting of more than 14 thousand square meters. Rethought in 1970 by landscape architect Gonçalo Ribeiro Telles, it is full of statues, fountains and small lakes. The attached premises, such as the hunting pavilion with nineteenth-century features designed in 1920 by Raúl Lino, are richly decorated with exquisite tiles, as is the main building. The Palace has five suites, living rooms, dining rooms, a games room, a music room and an entrance hall. Each corner of this Palace is rich in noble materials, preserving, in every room, the aristocratic elegance that has characterized it since its construction. Built in the 20th century, the chapel added even more personality to the Palace, sharing the rich aesthetic treatment present in the remaining spaces. Completely refurbished in 2010, the Palace has entered the new century with class, now with renovated bathrooms and a kitchen equipped with the latest technologies. The existing fireplaces combine with the recently installed central heating system to provide unparalleled comfort in every room of the house.