In this place, so close to paradise, right in the heart of the Naturtejo GeoPark, where the contrast of the sky mixes with the mountains and the pine forest, the "Casas dos Carregais" were born. Rebuilt in stone and schist in a combination of traditional and modern design, they are located in a village with delightful, picturesque features, which gave the name to these houses: the village of Carregais. The houses are named after the trees of the region that give us wonderful fruits, flavours and fantastic colours: Cerejeira (cherry tree), Oliveira (olive tree), Laranjeira (orange tree), Medronheiro (strawberry tree), Ameixeira (plum tree) and Castanheiro (chestnut tree).
Casa da Oliveira is a cool house of intense greens, with a mixture of delicious tones. The house consists of living room with kitchenette and fireplace, and a bedroom and bathroom upstairs.
Rui and Olga lived in Mafra and worked for about 20 years in the capital, but their desire for greater tranquillity and quality of life brought them to Carregais. Rui already had family in the village and already knew all its nooks and crannies from his childhood and adolescence. They had been coming here every year to be with their family and friends and to enjoy the immensity of the landscape and the quietness, and have a few days’ rest. Until one day they hit on the idea of creating some accommodation and share the beauties of the village and its magnificent surroundings. So they came to st
Rua do Forno,
Carregais, Proença-a-Nova 6150-112
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