Termas da Azenha
Termas da Azenha is an original, creative, and natural holiday-destination, suited for people/families that seek simpleness, quietness, silentness and originality, at the same time appreciating comfort, sociability and good services. The complex, a little village in itself, is situated at the border of an extended valley, where rice is cultivated. The Termas is a small farm, with a vegetable garden, chickens and sheep, cats and dogs. Since 1711 it has been used as a health resort where the medicinal properties of pure mineralwater is used for skin affections.
The accommodation consists of charming four-room appartments, artistically furnished studios and original familyhouses. Selfcatering is possible or the daily menu can be taken, choosing fish, meat or vegetarian food; meals are prepared with self-grown unsprayed vegetables and fruit, fresh-caught fish and quality meat from the self-slaughtering butcher. There is a playground with a small swimmingpool, a sandbox, a claybox and swings. Mosaic workshops, cooking workshops, walking arrangements, different types of massage and helping in the garden are all offered possibilities at the Termas.
The Termas is surrounded by wonderfull walking areas, not too far from the beaches. During walking-tours you can meet foxes, badgers, martens, storks, flamingos and silver herons. The exciting seaside resort Figueira da Foz or the untouched beach of Costa de Lavos, where fresh fish can be bought. The university-city of Coimbra with loads of cultural attractions; Roman excavations in Conimbriga with beautiful mosaics, the pilgrimage resort Fátima, the old monastry of Batalha and the Knight Templars in Tomar.
Wellness activities (massage, etc.)
Guided excursions in the surroundings
Tours of the farm
Participation in daily farm-activities possible
Workshops and courses
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Bicycles for rent
Open-air swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool
Small live stock for children
Open air children's pool
Special target groups
Working on the farm (in exchange for board and lodging) possible
Member of WWOOF (Willing Workers On Organic Farms)
Pets allowed if agreed upon
A part-time farm
Working according to IFOAM-principlesHorticulture, Fruticulture