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Brejão’s estate

The refugee of Amália


Amália Rodrigues and César Seabra, her husband for 36 years, acquired, in the 60s, a property in the Costa Vicentina (Portugal), where it was built their astonishing and “transparent” vacation house – a project of the great architect Conceição e Silva.

Amália’s estate was, for about 30 years, a vacation refugee for both.

The estate had private access to the beach. However, as a generous, inclusive, and solidary soul she was, Amália conceded access to the beach through her property. Today, that beach has her name – Amália's beach.

It is an estate where, at each moment, her presence and enormous passion for flowers, for Nature itself, is materialized, and where, in each object, we can recognize and identify her vision and taste for life. This way, it is considered a historic landmark in the artist’s life, and in all that region, specifically in the life of the people of Brejão (Odemira), a village located at 2 km from the house.

Nowadays, the estate is being explored as local accommodation. The Main House offers 2 rooms (suites), living and dining room framed in a single open space. There is also a second house called Casa das Flores (House of Flowers) composed of two 1-bedroom apartments.

Brejão's Estate

Costa Vicentina (Alentejo, Portugal)

Brejão's Estate

Costa Vicentina (Alentejo, Portugal)

Brejão's Estate

Costa Vicentina (Alentejo, Portugal)