Sobral de Monte Agraço

Sobral de Monte Agraço is located in the District of Lisbon and is part of the Western region. Is limited by the municipalities of Mafra, Arruda dos Vinhos, Alenquer and Torres Vedras. Features a sharp and uneven relief. If, in the years 60, agriculture was the predominant sector, today, are the services, local government and retail trade the main activities of the population. From 1186 date the first written reference to the municipality and in 1518, his Charter. In the early 19th century, the system of fortifications was erected designated by lines of Torres, very important during the French invasions, and Sobral inserted in first lines of defense in the Capital, extending up to about 50 km. Being inserted into the region from the West, the municipality of Sobral de Monte Agraço is also known for integrating the winemaking region of Torres Vedras. To preserve the importance of wine production in the County was created the Wine Museum, where the objects used in its creation are exposed.

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Quinta de São José
Quinta de São José

18th century Manor House, integrated in a agricultural unit, surrounded by secular trees and gardens, ideal for a restful stay.

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