Quinta da Atela

39.239461 -8.599996 (0)
  • Winery
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Hiking
  • Bike circuit
  • Nature
  • Secure


Welcome Pack

Quinta da Atela 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 estate store to check-in, and be filled in on the rules you should respect throughout your visit.

Wooden box with a Reserve Red and a Reserve White

Pack value: 21

About us

Quinta da Atela was founded in 1346 by the Counts of Ourém, and donated to the Convent of Santarém of the Agostinhos Calçados, called at that time Quinta da Goucha. Since those times it has remained an agricultural property with various cultures, but the main one being the production of wine. In 2017, it was acquired by the current owners, Valgrupo Group, who thus fulfilled the desire and family passion, to produce wines. Located in the centre of the Tejo wine region, in Alpiarça, Quinta da Atela, has a vineyard area of about 130 hectares, divided by a variety of traditional Portuguese, and international varieties, supported by a state-of-the-art Winery, it allows to create different wines, of different styles, suitable for various segments and consumer profiles.

What we do

The main activity focuses on wine production, but Quinta da Atela offers unique experiences such as exploring the 600 hectares of property, discovering the winery, or conducting wine tastings.

Parking conditions

We have 2 parking spaces overlooking the vineyards or at the winery’s car park for an autonomous motorhome (with toilet).


Open everyday from 10:00 to 18:00. Bookings for the same day should be made no later than 2 p.m.


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

  • Wine tasting
  • Tour by tractor in the property and to the Sorraia Horse Natural Reserve.

To discover nearby

Patudos House, Patudos Dam and Sorraia Horse Natural Reserve in Alpiarça.
Restaurants in Alpiarça and Almeirim that serve the traditional “stone soup”.