Coinciding with the publication of an article on Quinta da Lamosa in this week’s Evasões magazine, where the spotlight is given to the Espigueiros set up for eco-tourism in this estate near Peneda Gerês, Ying Yang Monte da Lua, devoted to agrotourism, has just opened the latest tourist unit set up in its grounds located between Grândola and Comporta.
Similarly to its counterparts, set up in previous dates, the Casa da Pedra Lua lends its name to the gemological theme of the place, but its construction is 100% in wood.
The original Espigueiro (granary) by RUSTICASA® was designed using ancestral techniques, with the same efficiency, durability and solidity as before. Used in other times to store field crops, today it is the ideal complement for your garden, a hunting cabin, or why not, an extra room for friends or a tourist accommodation integrated in nature, as in Quinta da Lamosa or Monte da Lua.
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