This Monte Alentejano dates back to the year nineteen fifty's, having been rebuilt in the year of two thousand and two.and with the restructuring of the whole agricultural area, based on the principles of geobiology, food and environmental health. Located 500 m from the village of Mértola, this Monte is inserted in the Natural Park of the Guadiana Valley, being part of a protected landscape and next to the Guadiana River. In addition to agriculture and organic vineyards, two huge lakes and holes for water catchment stand out, making the property self-sufficient. At the energy level, this is implemented a system of electricity production by solar energy. As far as housing is concerned, the highlight goes to the Chapel in honor of St. Anthony, Conference Hall, Games Room, Safe, Video Library, Danish Sauna, Turkish Bath, Gym, among others. In the 8 Suites, the toilet facilities have multifunctional cabins. The outdoor swimming pool is salt water heated by solar energy, with a system for obtaining chlorine by electrolysis of the salt and by electrolysis of the Hydrion System. We also highlight an Etruscan Temple and a stretch of Via Romana that linked the South of the Country to Rome.