Though the Torre de Palma Wine Hotel was opened in 2014, the building itself dates back to 1338. This stunning boutique property stands tall amidst historic Roman ruins featuring an intricate mosaic of horses.
A 5-star project devoted to Alentejo wine, the Torre de Palma Wine Hotel features remarkable architecture, inviting rooms, and top-rate facilities. As if that’s not enough, the wine is award-winning, the oranges are the sweetest you’ll have, and their night sky is made for spellbinding star-gazing.
And there’s more! Come walk the breathtaking Alentejo Plains, bird-watch, connect with the gentle horses, and explore Alentejo wine culture with Torres de Palma.
You can reach Torre de Palma at email@example.com, or contact them on either of these numbers: +351 245 038 890 and +351 936 004 264.
19 rooms and suites blend traditional Alentejo architecture with contemporary design, all in complete harmony with the natural surroundings. Every room comes packed with all the amenities you’ll need.
There are also:
- Indoor and outdoor swimming pools
- Palma Restaurant by Chef Miguel Laffan - Bar
- Screening Room
- Horse Riding Arena
Not to mention the organic vegetable garden orchard, vineyard, an olive grove, and a small forest nearby!
Wine production and tourism lies at the heart of Alentejo, and Torre de Palma’s gorgeous winery is an ode to it. The estate enjoys the ideal climate to produce award-winning artisanal wines in its extensive vineyard.
Beside the vineyard, there is a wine tasting room, a wine production area, and plentiful recreational activities organized around the wines. As for the wine cellar, Condé Nast lauds it as the best they’ve ever seen.
The winery is open for tours and wine tasting, as well as a monthly wine club event to showcase first-class wines from other Alentejo producers.
Enjoy Chef Miguel Laffan’s conceptual Alentejo cuisine, inspired by the region’s castles, meadows, and natural beauty. The delectable menu features locally produced cheeses, homemade sausages, and carefully selected meats.
The wonderful gastronomy can leave you spoiled for choice - but you can’t go wrong with the chef’s recommendations! When in doubt, go for the wooden-oven roasted duck pie with cress and orange salad. Or perhaps the fish soup with red mullet, crayfish and rouille. For heartier fare, try the Portuguese-raised veal loin in signature sauce, with hand-cut fries and sautéed spinach.
Torre de Palma’s horses are among the happiest and gentlest you’ll find - just spending time in their company is balm for the soul! Visit the stables to find the well-groomed horses, and take a ride in the riding arena. Or go on an unforgettable photography tour on horseback.
The boutique also hosts equestrian events and holiday camps throughout the year.
Approximately 2-hour drive from Lisbon via the A2 and A6 motorways.This route has tolls. Alternatively the A6 motorway can be taken separately (2h 25m). Another alternative is to catch the N251 motorway (2h 40m).