L’AND Vineyards

Portugal / Montemor-o-Novo

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L’AND Vineyards

Reflecting the region's true identity, and with wine and wine culture at the root of our identity, L’AND aims to raise the bar in Portugal’s rural Alentejo by integrating modern architecture, interior and landscape design, nature, local crafts, sound, and scent to create an atmosphere of sober luxury and tranquillity, where guest can feel at home and revitalize.

More than a hotel, L’AND Vineyards is an exclusive retreat with 32 Suites and Pool Villas that blends modern architecture with nature, providing an atmosphere of sober luxury, natural beauty and tranquility.

Set in the heart of Alentejo, on a gentle south-facing valley, looking towards the skyline of the medieval Montemor castle, L ́AND Vineyards offers a distinctive landscape starring its vineyards, oak and olive orchards, alongside a perfectly integrated Architectural project by Promontório, striking interiors designed by Márcio Kogan, and ethereal artwork by Michael Biberstein.

L’AND Vineyards is located about 45 minutes from Lisbon’s International airport, 4 km from Montemor-o-Novo and only 20 minutes from Évora, the historic capital of Alentejo considered world heritage by UNESCO – it is the perfect starting point to discover the region. Discover one of the finest wine regions in the world, the wild Costa Vicentina beaches washed by the Atlantic Ocean, a unique landscape of open plains dotted with oaks, vineyards, olive groves and orange orchards, ancient, white-washed hilltop towns graced with nesting storks, and singular culture influenced by Neolithic civilizations, Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs.

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Insider Tip

  • The vineyard is organic, respecting biodiversity and the terroir’s potential. Guests have access to a wide range of wine related experiences. Guests and property owners may become members of the exclusive L’AND Wine Club which aims to promote wine knowledge and unveil the wine making experience.
  •  Guests can stargaze the Dark Sky, discover the region’s rich gastronomy, enjoy a birds-eye view of the undulating plains as they glide over Alentejo at sunrise or sunset during a hot-air balloon ride, or enjoy a visit the most interesting cultural sites of Évora, the regional capital, layered with history and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and other cities in Alentejo under the expert guidance of a historian.