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Loft in preparation with 69 sq m of gross private area and a 20 sq m terrace in a resort with an experienced world-class luxury hotel team.
The property is fully furnished to ensure the project is consistent and in harmony with the natural environment. The ancient art of Feng Shui has been applied to each loft.
The resort has a restaurant that will be considered a gastronomic destination wholly integrated with the farm-to-table concept, using local, fresh and seasonal produce.
The property will have an organic garden that offers produce from the land to the table, as a more sustainable and healthy cuisine for travellers, who learn about and enjoy the best of the local gourmet experience.
Loft owners can also enjoy local seasonal produce, including olive oil, seasonal fruit, aromatic herbs and herbs for tea, all grown on the property.
The lofts are included in the Golden Visa programme in sparsely populated areas.
For those looking for investment opportunities, this project has a number of benefits, including guaranteed annual income, and is also capable of surprising those who simply want to enjoy a few relaxing days by the Douro.
Provesende is one of the oldest villages in Portugal. The village is on a plain on the northern bank of the river Douro, and offers excellent views. Provesende is one of six officially acclaimed “wine villages” in the Douro wine region.
Voted “Best city break destination in Europe” at the 2020 World Travel Awards, the city of Oporto was also given the top spot by Monocle’s Small Cities Index 2021. Business-friendly and export-oriented in its essence, its people are internationally minded. Deemed one of Europe’s fastest growing tech hubs, Oporto is also the country’s industrial hub.
The capital of the North was voted 2nd most exciting city to live in by Time Out, having undergone a game-changing rehabilitation, restoring its medieval architecture and investing in its cultural institutions.
Oporto’s Douro river is central to the city’s past, present and future. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Douro river is flanked by some of the world’s most celebrated wines and beautiful vineyards.