Located in the heart of the marshland and in the equestrian council of Golegã, the Quinta dos Álamos is well-known to welcome its guests with all its honourable history and tradition, spanning more than three centuries.
The Quinta dos Álamos is one of three great references for agriculture and cattle breeding within the council and offers a long history, respect to nature and cultural and artistic activities, being the origin of its foundation, to its guests.
At this place of brave people guests can immerse themselves in the experience of generations dedicated to the fields, respecting habits and the preservation of nature.
Enriching activities will show you that ecology is a Portuguese concept which goes from generation to generation revealing the ancestral respect that we have for this mother which gives, has and claims everything. Because at Quinta dos Álamos we honour Her every single day.
These are some of our values that we would like to share with you.
Looking forward to welcoming you!
Donation – Dom Sebastião donated it to his uncle Dom Aleixo de Meneses to demonstrate his gratitude for his attention.
21st August 1801
Legal and Proprietorship – Dom Brás José Baltazar da Piedade da Silveira, 9th Marquês das Minas, becomes owner with administration by Conde de São Tiago, Dom Nuno Aleixo da Silva.
29th September 1819 to 1823 (during 4 years)
Rental – rented to Mr Rafael José da Cunha by the administrator of the property Dom Nuno Maria José Baltazar da Piedade da Silveira.
Inheritance – Dom Pedro inherits after the death of his father Dom Braz.
Inheritance – Mother of Dom Pedro, Dona Eugénia de Sousa Holstein (Marquesa de Minas), inherits after the death of her son Dom Pedro.
8th March 1871
Sale – Dona Eugénia de Sousa Holstein, Marquesa de Minas, widow, sells to Frederico Tavares Bonacho (brother in law of Gaspar Gomes dos Anjos royal decorator of Dona Maria and co-founder of the School of Fine Arts of Lisbon) who does the Reconstruction of the Palace
28th March 1910
Inheritance – Frederico Bonacho dos Anjos (photographer), nephew of Frederico Tavares Bonacho (single man), inherits from his uncle.
24th April 1964
Inheritance – Gaspar Bonacho dos Anjos, inherits from his father Frederico Bonacho dos Anjos.
Sale – Gaspar Bonacho dos Anjos sells to Sommeran (Fernando Sommer de Andrade).
28th April 1980
Sale – Sommeran sells to Irmãos Mota Lda. the current owners.