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The New Wild is located in the heart of the Aljezur region. It is a unique location with on one side of the land the little farmers village Rogil and on the other side you have breathtaking views on 
Mount Fóia, the highest point of the Algarve. It is a 75 minute drive from Faro Airport and 2,5 hours to Lisbon.

The area of Rogil is very calm and authentic. There is one main street with a couple of shops, supermarkets, gas station and farmacia. One of our favourite spots is the cafe/restaurant Gaia. They make plant based food with love and attention for the health of the community and kids using mostly organic products. They also have a shop that offers a great selection of local natural products, organic vegetables and other goods. This could also be an opportunity for The New Wild in the future to collaborate together. 




Close to Rogil you will find Aljezur, an ancient fishing village that offers a vibrant surfing scene, fascinating historical site and traditional architecture.

Aljezur is split in two halves by the Aljezur river, each riverbank with its own unique personality.  On the west side you will find the ancient Moorish quarter full of old buildings, narrow alleys and a prominent medieval castle. Across the river up the hill, the east side is more modern, with an impressive church and our favorite main square with many outdoor terraces. 

Aljezur offers traditional, vegetarian and trendy restaurants, cafes, delicatessens and festivals such as the famous sweet potato festival: Batata Doce. Local products can be found every Saturday morning at the farmers market of Aljezur.


The Costa Vicentina, the coastal strip between Odeceixe and Burgau, shows you a different Algarve. This protected area with its powerful and wild nature offers impressive landscapes.

The natural park officially starts in the southwest of the Alentejo. It is the largest protected coastal area in Portugal. The coast is littered with many bays and beaches. Some are large expanses of sand whilst others, smaller beaches, are enclosed between huge cliffs of slate or limestone. 

Portugal's west coast is known for its hiking trail Rota Vicentina, a 400 km of walking route, which crosses The New Wild property. During a hike along the coast you can always hear the sound of the wild ocean in the background and you have amazing views over this rocky coast.

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