The surrounding lands, where guests can walk around and rest, are occupied by vineyards where the traditional breeds of the region are made. Thanks to its architectonic characteristics typical of manors from Minho from the XVI and XVII centuries as well the historical significance it has, the house Quinta de Malta has been classified as patrimony of municipal interest.
A short distance away from Quinta de Malta you can find the “Caminho Português de Santiago” (The Portuguese route to Santiago) and the “Ponte das Tábuas” (Bridge of boards), both are walked daily by several pilgrims going to Santiago de Compostela.
Quinta de Malta is on prime position for those wanting to discover a vast region, rich in patrimony, culture and nature. The main objective of Quinta de Malta is to give its guests a quality vacation where Portuguese hospitality is in abundance.