Casas de Miróbriga are located in Santiago do Cacém, near the Roman city of Miróbriga. This Roman city stretches for over 2 km, featuring ruins of residential buildings, cobbled streets, a hippodrome, thermal baths, a bridge and a forum. Recently, an investigation carried out by the University of Wuppertal, Germany, proves that sunlight in Santiago do Cacém has an “almost perfect” level of ultraviolet (UV) rays, which stimulate the production of vitamin D by the human body, between other beneficial properties.
Located in a rural environment on a private farm, Casas de Miróbriga enjoys a calm environment that allows for a peaceful retreat. The accommodation consists of individual dwellings with typology T0 (4), T1 (7) and T2 (2) and a recovered mill with superb views over the plain and the sea. A swimming pool, playground and bicycles are available. There is a bar, breakfast room and a laundry.
The coastal town of Sines is 19 km away and the Badoca Safari Park is a 12-minute drive away. Lisbon International Airport is 142 km away.