Biovilla is a 55-hectare agro-tourism project integrated in Serra da Arrábida Natural Park.
The house has 4 private rooms available as double or triple accommodation, as well as shared room options. Bathrooms are shared (1 for every 2 rooms) and equipped with 100% natural toiletries.
In order to reduce the environmental impact and maintain sustainability, the buildings were constructed using recycled wood and bioclimatic architecture techniques, such as green roofs and appropriate solar orientation.
There are also solar panels and a rainwater reuse system for the house and garden irrigation.
The production of food is totally organic and in accordance with permaculture principles.
In addition to nature tourism, Biovilla also has a space for events, courses and workshops.