On a slope of Serra do Sicó, right in the centre of Portugal, old Aldeia de Cima had been abandoned for over seventy years or so, before it was discovered by the owners who fell in love with its unique beauty and decided to bring it back to life.

Carefully respecting the spirit of the region, old construction techniques were used to recover the limestone block walls covered with ocher lime to preserve the ecological, aesthetic basis, ensuring absolute comfort throughout the year.

The abandoned part of the village was reborn and renamed, Villa Pedra. Its basic concept lies in well being, peacefulness, quality and authenticity.

Here, one will find time and serenity for reflection and the supreme privilege of doing nothing.

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