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Nice place to see the Porto Formoso tea plantation and how they produce it. They offer a short visit inside with a short video, enough to get an idea, in the end a free cup of tea. If you want to buy they sell tea...More
Small tea plantation. Greeted when we entered the building and led on a short tour with ends with hot broken leaf tea. Less crowded and better experience. Great value for the tea for souvenirs as well.
We stopped there not really knowing what to expect. Someone came over right away and we were informed that if we could wait for a few minutes someone would come along and give us a tour of the plantation in English. While waiting we watched...More
We visited both the Gorreana factory and Porto Formoso, and found Porto Formoso to be a much better visit. Porto Formoso is smaller, more peaceful and tranquil, whereas Gorreana feels more industrial and not as well kept. The factory’s surroundings are very nice, and you...More
Cha Porto Formoso and Gorreana are the only European Tea plantations so as tea lovers we had to visit one of them. Because I read that this one is more quiet and with less tourists we decided to go to Cha Porto Formoso instead of...More
This was along our route so we decided to stop. We watched a short introduction film before beginning the brief tour. As a tea lover learning about its harvest and fabrication was interesting. We enjoyed a cup of tea before heading on our way.
Its a must go place. Despite Gorreana tea factory be in the same area (aprox.800m), te Porto Formoso tea factory aloow a more personal experience. It doesnt have too many people visiting the place (unlike Gorreana) and you will have a free guided tour, with...More