Casa de Alfena
Casa de Alfena is a manorial house, linked to a group of rural buildings and old goldsmith’s workshops. The house and the rural buildings have been adapted to receive guests and the workshops gave way to a gold museum.
Classified for its historical, cultural, and architectonic relevance, the house has five rooms with a bath (three in the main building, and two in a converted granary), two living rooms, one games room, a rustic granite kitchen, and a large balcony supported by granite pillars. The house also has gardens, granite threshing-floor, patios, and swimming.
Travassos is a traditional filigree workshop-village, located in the north bank of the river Ave, by the Andorinha dam, and in the vicinity of Penede-Gerês national park, Cabreira mountainous ridge, and Ermal dam.
Rua de Aldeia de Baixo, 291, Travassos, Minho, 4830-771, Portugal