A GEOLOGICAL POEM. THE ABSOLUTE BEAUTY.

Tua Valley National Park

Located in the heart of Tua Valley Natural Park, Quinta Casal de Tralhariz overlooks the mouth of the river Tua, at its confluence with Douro. With several walking routes signposted from the property, make your stay a time of healthy proximity to Nature in its purest state and contemplation of the  region beautiful landscapes.

Carrazeda de Ansiães

Main village, with a wide variety of agricultural resources, where wine, olive oil and apples are the main  products. Ancient land, exhibits several points of archaeological and historical interest. It is also where you can find all kinds of shops, at a comfortable distance from the property (10 min by car).

Tua Train Station

Very close to the property, Tua station offers one of the most beautiful and effective ways of getting around the region: the train. Whether on daily connections or on a historic train, going down the river from Tua to Pinhão or Régua, or going up to Pocinho, this is an experience that will remain in your memory.

Upper Douro Wine Region

Inserted in the Upper Douro Wine Region, a World Heritage Site, Quinta Casal de Tralhariz is an excellent starting point to explore the whole area of ​​the Douro Valley. Vineyards as far as the eye can see, renowned wines, river tours, rich gastronomy and the friendliness of its people, some reasons to live the experience of your life.

Archaeological Park of  Côa Valley

Inserted in a stunning landscape, the Archaeological Park of Côa Valley, constitutes one of the largest agglomerations of rock art in the world, with about 1200 rocks engraved in 80 different locations. Located at 60 km from the property, with great access, it is the opportunity to get to know how our ancestors lived. An experience no to be missed! 

Cultural Heritage

Land rich in traditions, the region has some of the most genuine cultural manifestations in the country. We highlight the 'Caretos' of Podence village, Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Here the Carnival season turns into an ancestral rite of welcoming Spring and farewell to the long winter months . A unique experience in the World!