Casa de campo - Casa Moleiro Bacal

Rua Abade de Baçal, Nº11 - Baçal, 5300 - 432 Baçal, Bragança, Portugal

41.854937, -6.719021

Telephone / Mobile phone:
(+351) 273326289
(call to national landline network)

(+351) 933755219
(call to national mobile network)


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N.º RNET 7122

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Located in the Parque Natural de Montesinho , only 8 kms from the city of Bragança, the Casa do Moleiro de Baçal, rebuilt for Rural Tourism, is in the owners' family for over 100 years. It was in this house where the responsible responsible for grinding cereals for the village of Baçal and surrounding villages lived, owner's uncle, known to all by MOLEIRO.

Side by side with the Casa do Moleiro de Baçal, is located the house where Baçal Abbot lived, historian, archaeologist and priest who dedicated his life to collecting archaeological, ethnological and historical testimonies about region and especially the district of Bragança he was also the pastor of this parish for many years.

In the village of Baçal in addition to the warm and friendly people and fantastic scenery, you will find what you need for a peaceful and enjoyable holiday, including a magnificent local cuisine, such as sausages, bread baked in an firewood oven, game dishes ( wild boar, deer, rabbit, partridge ), the Posta Mirandesa - veal beef, piglet and lamb baked in the oven as well as delicious pastries, cakes and regional desserts. In the Casa do Moleiro you can count on a homemade smokehouse, bread and traditional bread and meat "folar" cooked in wood oven, assorted sweets, marmalade and regional sweets, made ​​by the owner.

By dialing, you can indulge in our regional dishes:

  • Moleiro Codfish
  • Rooster Pot
  • Boar with Chestnuts
  • Piglet in the wood oven
  • Posta à Mirandesa - Veal beef
  • Butelo Com Casulas - Smoked meat with dry green beans

In addition to the landscape and gastronomy the location also offers festivities, including most importantly the Feast of Boys held the first weekend of January; a Feast of the Holy Trinity, in the first week of June; and a Feast of St. Roman, village patron saint, held on 18th November.