The details of the luxury Ombria Resort project, located in the interior of the municipality of Loulé, will be exhibited next Saturday, 12, as part of the Iberian Biennial of Cultural Heritage, which takes place in the city of Louletana between Friday and Sunday.
The Conservation & Rehabilitation Talk "Rehabilitating: An Inescapable Dimension of Heritage Intervention?" Is scheduled for Saturday, 12, at 15:30 pm, at the Gama Lobo Palace in Loulé.
This luxury development, whose first phase is due to open in 2021, “has a heritage set that has been valued and preserved,” says the project promoter.
José Daniel Braz Malveiro, archaeologist responsible for the rehabilitation, enhancement and conservation of the Ombria Resort's heritage, will show how they preserved and requalified the heritage elements present in the 153-hectare territory.
“These are essentially traditional systems related to the rationalization and methodologies of water use and lime production”, argues the archaeologist, in a statement, also stressing “the importance and care” that this project has had with preservation, recovery and sustainability.
Ombria Resort is being developed in the interior of the Algarve, between the villages of Tôr and Querença, as “a sustainable resort open to the local community”.
In order to keep in the collective memory the historical and structuring elements of its experiences, Ombria Resort preserved and requalified in its space the lime kilns, the buildings that supported the agricultural activity, the water mines, wells, dawns and as well as water mills and mill.
Opening the first phase scheduled for 2021, Ombria Resort is a new luxury development with a total area of 153 hectares. It includes a five-star hotel, residential units, luxury villas and 18-hole golf course, among other services and facilities.
More information about the Biennial can be found here.