In Ribatejo, a region rich in tradition and heritage, 30 minutes from downtown Lisbon you can enjoy the natural attractions of the largest agricultural and forestry farm in Portugal dating back to 1836.
A visit to Companhia das Lezírias allows you to immerse yourself in vast areas of cork oak, pine trees to lose sight of, green pastures or flowering that constitute protected habitats. Its territory covers an area of 18,000 hectares with two distinct natural zones, the Charneca do Infantado and the Lezíria of Vila Franca de Xira, with the Tagus River as a common.
In Charneca, an essentially forestry area, throughout the year it is possible to follow a run of cork, to walk among the herds of cows, to participate in the vintage or simply to take a pedestrian walk through between pine forests and mounted.
The Lezíria, or "water edge", is an island between the rivers Tagus and Sorraia, which is lost sight of, with rich agricultural land where bird watching is privileged and can enjoy the Lusitanian horse in freedom.