The Chapel of S. Sebastião, dating back to the fifteenth century, once owned the house, which dates back to the eighteenth century. The quinta, chapel and farm were once owned by the parish teacher, who taught school in the main room of the house itself. The architecture of the house is in the style of a wealthy farmer's house, and has been enlarged three times over the centuries. It is adjacent to the section of the Camino de Santiago which pilgrims use to walk between Porto and Ponte de Lima.
Today the Quinta de São Sebastião has regained its ancient splendor, having been fully restored as part of the Rural Tourism system, offering to groups of up to 10 guests the completely contemporary accommodations of its 5 double rooms, several common rooms, a garden and a large swimming pool in an idyllic setting.
Gather your family here or group of friends and enjoy the exclusivity of the Quinta de São Sebastião for an unforgettable holiday in communion with nature.