how to come and visit THE FARM


Visitors are welcome to the farm with pre-registration ONLY via one of our farm experiences or by booking a min 2 night stay via our airbnb listings.

We also offer community open days on the last Sunday of every Month, which is by donation and is mainly in Portuguese. Anyone is welcome, but please register first so we know how many to expect! Open days involve a collaborative cooking experience that starts at 11am. Perfect for families!

We also accept private bookings and rent our our guesthouse curated packages for groups. Perfect for families, coworking retreats or friends wanting a unique getaway experience.



1-Day Farm, Food & Fermentation Hands-on Workshop: Nov 2nd
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Farm Fresh Vegetarian Cooking Class
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Over the summer, when we don’t have curated experience programs, we offer up the main rooms in our 100-year-old guesthouse for 2 night minimum, 7 night maximum stays. Perfect for people wanting to escape, write a book, relax, get some nature time and enjoy our beautiful organic farm. You can book via the airbnb links below and select any of the listed dates. Our guesthouse offering is a bed-and-breakfast only experience, you stay in your beautiful room, get an incredible breakfast each morning and can enjoy the facilities, as well as selecting from our array of experience offerings from Kombucha and fermentation making workshops, to vegan cooking classes, organic farming or local wine tasting. We will send you an offer list once you are all booked in, or you can decide once you are on the farm.


  •  The farm is around 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Lisbon

  • From Lisbon airport the train is 2 hours and costs 12€ - you take the metro to Orient Station and then the train to Tomar leaves every 1 or 2 hours (depending on the time of day). You can check train times here

  • From Porto it is around 2.5 hours and costs 25€

  • You can then easily get a taxi to the farm from Tomar: it costs 15 euros and takes 15-20 minutes. Train station pick ups are available on some farm experiences

  • By car, the journey from Lisbon to Tomar takes 1.5 hours and 2.5 hours from Porto

  • We can work to accommodate multiple levels of on-site accessibility if you need wheelchair access

  • Please contact us about any further accessibility needs - we are happy to help.


Can I drop in anytime?

We are happy to see you during any of our scheduled experiences or for a guesthouse experience via our casual bookings here. As a working farm, we don’t have drop-in visits available as we are not always able to have team members available to show visitors around the farm, please book if you would like to see the farm.

Do you sell products from your farm?

Not yet! But we are hoping to in the near future, so keep an eye out. We have been experimenting with many of our own DIY and farm products, and would love to share them with you on one of our farm experiences.

Can I stay on the farm?

Yes you can stay via a curated 3 or 5 day experiences packages or you can book to stay for a guesthouse experience for a min of 2 nights via airbnb! Please register if you want to come to visit the CO Project, and check out the beautiful facilities we have been busy designing and restoring. You can also book a private program with us.

Do you offer custom and private programs?

Yes we do! Please review our facilities and reach out us to find out more about our private programs and how to hire the entire guesthouse for your own program.

Is this part of the UnSchool?

The CO Project Farm is an emerging creative and cultural space for educative experiences. Set in the countryside and focusing on the best sustainable design and permaculture/organic farming techniques, we are building a unique new Brain Spa concept. The project is connected to the UnSchool (also founded by Leyla Acaroglu) via the UnSchool Association, a Portuguese not-for-profit set up to advanced leadership in sustainability and the circular economy. We run community experiences, develop initiatives, partner with other organisations interested in activating change and accept donations to continue our not for profit work through the Association.

Will I meet Leyla?

Maybe, but most likely not. Leyla is often travelling with her work, however, she loves to be on the farm and show off all the hard work everyone has put into it (as well as hangout with the donkeys, and ducks, and chickens, and goats and...). Leyla does lead some of the programs, and that will be mentioned in the listing or you may get a surprise! All our programs are facilitated by a hand selected an trained team of incredible humans.

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