The House of Paes do Amaral dates to the 17th century, having been improved in 1644, when Gaspar Paes do Amaral, Captain-Major of Mangualde, created a link with the Chapel owned in the village, located in front of the Senate and devoted to St. Bernard.
At the beginning of the 19th century, the Palace of Mangualde was known as the “House of Paes do Amaral” but it came to be known as the “Palace of Anadia”, due to the marriage of Manuel Paes de Sá do Amaral de Almeida e Vasconcelos Quifel Barbarino, Lord of the House of Paes do Amaral, to D. Maria Luiza de Sá Pereira de Menezes de Melo Sotomayor, 3rd Countess of Anadia.
Various historical figures passed through this Palace, such as Marshal Massena, Prince of Essling commander of the French army who invaded Portugal for the third time in 1819, King Luiz I, who visited the Palace in 1882 at the opening of the Railway of Beira Alta, and King D. Carlos I, who visited the Palace later.
In this experience, we invite you to participate in a guided tour to the 12 hectares of vineyards, totally walled in the centre of a city, and central element of a historical agricultural garden, to the barrel winery, where our wines were aged and, at the end, in a tasting of 4 wines with cheeses and regional charcuterie.
Discover the magnificent example of the baroque eighteenth century in Portugal.
- Guided tour of the gardens, vineyard, and winery of the Palace Condes de Anadia;
- Tasting of 4 wines, accompanied by cheeses and regional charcuterie.
Dão & Lafões
Discounts for children
Children under 12 years, 100% discount
Minimum of 11 people, 13% discount
Nº of people
Minimum: 6 | Maximum: 10
Largo Conde de Anadia, 3530-129, Mangualde