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In a mediavel village on the border of Portugal with Spain, Quinta de Santa Isabel is a very old construction on the side of the castle that defended the border. The village and the house is a testimony of the early ages of the independence of Portugal from the XII to the XIV century, where several Kings used to pass. The name of the farm derives from the Queen Isabel from Aragon that entered in Portugal by Santo Estevao to married King Diniz in 1282.
The house is situated on the limit of the village, facing a mountain of wild pine trees and an old vyneyard, where our guest are free to walk in a quiet contact with rustic nature.
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About the neighbourhood
On the valley of Chaves at 7 km of this city, a termal destination (hot waters). The region is on the rustic and wild north, land of mountains with traces left from the Roman occupation. It's a land of history from the foundations of the State and where in the XIX a fierce resistance met the Napolean Army in its second unsuccessfuly invasion of Portugal. From the last exit of highway A24 before it enters Spain, the distance to the farm is of 3 km.