Located in the municipality of Montemor-o-Velho in the middle of the village of Meãs do Campo, it is only fifteen minutes from Coimbra, two hours from Lisbon airport and one hour from Porto airport.
A piece of paradise
Inserted in the landscape of the Baixo Mondego fields, it is a piece of paradise lost in a nature nook where the resident guests are the herons, and where it is intended to provide all guests with a unique and unforgettable experience.
"The 'Baixo Mondego' corresponds to the final section of the alluvial plain between Coimbra and Figueira da Foz. There were times when the Mondego wandered around and the most tangled rounds were between Pereira and Montemor constituting what was once called the 'wrapped round of Montemor'.
Paul de Arzila, on the left bank of the river, is heir to this situation. It receives water from small lines of water and 'olheiros' which, due to the little slope, originate an area soaked today, partly, surrounded by forested areas and once partially cultivated. Interesting coverage of hygrophilous vegetation, with emphasis on bunho and reed. Bird diversity - more than a hundred species among sedentary and visitors - being the paul zone of autumnal passage for migratory birds transarianas, area of feeding and rest for several species, shelter of species purely nesting paludícolas and place of wintering of palaartic species. Add the presence of mammals such as otters and fish like vogue, as well as several amphibians and reptiles. Do not miss the Paul de Arzila Nature Reserve! " www.natural.pt
"A piece of paradise, lost in a corner of Nature, where it quietly rests and where, far from the noise of the World, 1600 men and women remain attached to the earth, in a toil of eight hundred years and that will never end ..."
António dos Santos Conceição