Levada in Portuguese means “channel”. They use this word to refer to a channel in which the water is transported from the source to the terraces, mainly for irrigation. The Levada Lodge stands on the terrace where the ‘levada’ used to be. A terrace with lots of nature and a wealth of trees, like the large fig tree and pear trees. This is still the place where our water comes from, through an old water mine. The water and many trees provide some coolness in the summer. From the terrace, there is a magnificent view over the Mondego Valley. The Levada lodge is approximately located at the height of our Quinta. The restaurant (100m) and pool are within walking distance.
110 euro in low season and 170 in high season for 4 persons including breakfast / Day