Mel Santa Maria

Largo Toural, 5445, Portugal (0)
  • Agricultural
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Water
  • Hiking
  • Bike circuit
  • Trash
  • Nature
  • Pets allowed
  • Secure
  • Shadow


Welcome Pack

Mel Santa Maria has the pleasure of inviting you to visit their property and stay overnight in your motorhome at their facilities. After purchasing your product pack, you are welcome at the farm store to check-in, and be filled in on the rules you should respect throughout your visit.

Rosemary honey 250g
Chestnut honey 250g
Heather honey 250g

Pack Value: 20

About us

Mel Santa Maria was born in 1995 with the appearance of a swarm at the Quinta do Paranho house, in Santa Maria de Émeres, Valpaços. This swarm was introduced into a beehive and accompanied, weekly, with many hours of observation … Thus, the taste for bees grew. And, of course, the effective beekeeping and the need to create a brand grew. Mel Santa Maria, is a tribute to the village where it all started, Santa Maria de Émeres.

What we do

Our main objective is the production of high quality honey, 100% organic. We have a professional honey factory, where we pack and label all the honey we sell. We want the consumer to feel nature in each jar of our honey.

Parking conditions

We have 4 parking spaces in the olival.


Open from Monday to Thursday from 9a.m. to 5.30p.m. Friday from 9a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Saturday on request by appointment. Reservations by email ( Bookings for the same day should be made no later than 2 p.m.


We have different experiences (prices and conditions on request):

  • Tasting different types of honey
  • Guided tour of the honey factory and hives
  • Honey Workshop


Places of tourist interest in the surroundings: 3.2Km away visit the Church of S. Nicolau in the village of Carrazedo de Montenegro (known as the chestnut capital); 1Km away in the High of the Tower, was found a carving of 500 kg of gold coins dated of the time of the Emperor Constantine; 500 m away exists a geodesic landmark from where it can be appreciated a significant area of Trás os Montes landscape; 17 km away is the city of Mirandela, known gastronomic for the “alheira”.