In the heart of Lezíria, in the equestrian county of Golegã, Quinta dos Álamos, honors its history and tradition, of more than three centuries, receiving visitors as a host of recognized merit.
One of the three major agribusiness references in the County, Quinta dos Álamos offers its guests the weight of history, respect for the environment, and cultural and artistic activity, the genesis of its foundation.
In this place of brave people, visitors can enjoy the generational experience of people dedicated to the land, respectful of customs and preservation of the environment.
Enriching activities that will show that ecology is also a Portuguese concept, passed on from generation to generation, revealing the ancestral respect we have for this Mother, who gives everything, has everything, and claims everything. And that we at Quinta dos Álamos honor every day.
These are some of the values that we hold and that we want to share.
We are waiting for you.
Donation – D. Sebastião donated to his Aio D. Aleixo de Meneses, as a token of gratitude for the care provided.
August 21, 1801
Foral and Letter of Possession – D. Brás José Baltazar da Piedade da Silveira, 9th Marquis of Minas, becomes owner, with administration by the Count of São Tiago, Dom Nuno Aleixo da Silva.
September 29, 1819 to 1823 (for 4 years)
Lease – It was leased to Mr. Rafael José da Cunha by the administrator of the house Dom Nuno Maria José Baltazar da Piedade da Silveira.
Inheritance – D. Pedro, inherits by death from his father D. Braz.
Inheritance – D. Pedro’s mother, D. Eugénia de Sousa Holstein (Marquesa de Minas), inherits on the death of her son.
March 8, 1871
Sale – D. Eugénia de Sousa Holstein, Marquesa de Minas, widow, sells to Frederico Tavares Bonacho (brother-in-law of Gaspar Gomes dos Anjos, decorator of the court of D. Maria and cofounder of the School of Fine Arts in Lisbon) who rebuilds the Palace
March 28, 1910
Inheritance – Frederico Bonacho dos Anjos (photographer), nephew of Frederico Tavares Bonacho (bachelor), inherited from his uncle.
April 24, 1964
Inheritance – Gaspar Bonacho dos Anjos, inherits from his father Frederico Bonacho dos Anjos.
Sale – Gaspar Bonacho dos Anjos sells Sommeran (Fernando Sommer de Andrade).
April 28, 1980
Sale – Sommeran sells to Irmãos Mota Lda. Current owners.