Convent that dates back to the Low Middle Ages, belonging to Friars Biguinos, adepts of voluntary poverty. The place was rehabilitated in the 15th century, by Bishop D. Jorge de Melo, whose weapons are still found next to the courtyard gate.
The tourist unit consists of 7 rooms and 2 suites, with a private room, all equipped with air conditioning, television, hairdryer, safe, mini bar, telephone and internet access. It also has a children’s room, multipurpose room, swimming pool, pedestrian area, and bicycle tours.
Visitors can also enjoy a water rich in silicon, and an excellent opportunity for a period of rest and peace.