Quinta da Bacelada 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 stay.
Quinta da Bacelada, property with 34 hectares, located in Rabaçal, in the municipality of Mêda, houses an 18th century manor house. We are a Rural Tourism company dedicated to Equestrian Tourism and Cinegetic Tourism located in Rabaçal, municipality of Mêda next to the road EN2.
We are an innovative company offering various services, including accommodation, equestrian practice, organisation of walking or cycling experiences, organisation of events, animal breeding, production and sale of agricultural products, organisation of hunting and releasing in training camps.
We have 2 parking spaces next to the riding arena and 2 parking spaces in the middle of the field.
Open every day from 09:30 to 20:00.
We have different experiences (prices and conditions on request):
In the village of Rabaçal: next to the Chapel of S. Sebastião you will find anthropomorphic graves dating back to the ninth century; the caterpillars next to the Chapel of S. Sebastião or in the GR 22 direction Marialva were reservoirs excavated in the rock for treading the grapes and collecting the must; Starting from Quinta da Bacelada, the GR 22, is a unique way to explore the region, whether on hiking, horseback or by bike; the S. Sebastião Chapel, about 2.5 km northwest of the Quinta, has a barbecue area, perfect for moments of conviviality; the Roman Ruins of the Moorish Valley, located in Coriscada, about 5 km from the Quinta, invite you to a cultural heritage discovery tour; About 2km from the Quinta you will find the Chapel of Santa Eufémia, a catholic temple, to the south of the Village to meet on foot, horseback or by bike.
In Vila Nova de Foz Côa: the Côa Museum, a partner of Quinta da Bacelada, has guided tours to the archaeological park of the Côa Valley Rupestrian Engravings, which are classified as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
The Historical Villages of Marialva and Trancoso.