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Being a UNESCO World Heritage Site means all of the region’s stakeholders have a strict obligation to its 3,500 botanical species. Six Senses Douro Valley has protected a 10-acre (4-hectare) woodland on the property, highlighting its commitment to this sustainable environment and beautiful old growth trees.
families with at-risk children receive our support from counselors, educators, and psychotherapists
donkeys under watchful care at the rescue center we support
1,640 / 500 feet / meters
The stretch of stream crossing our property for which we are joint-custodians for flora and fauna
Together with our hosts, we are firmly committed to improving the ecological and carbon footprint from activities associated with the resort and spa operations.
We sponsor the APEGA Donkey Refuge close to the Spanish border, where the last remaining Miranda donkeys are being saved from extinction. These special animals are being cared for by a group of veterinarians.
By adopting a 1,640-foot (500-meter) stretch of the river bank we become its guardians with the commitment to monitor and create suitable conditions for the existing fauna and flora.
Many wine makers are working hard to adhere to the principles of nothing added, nothing taken. Nothing added means the refusal to use additives. And nothing taken means not using heavy filtration, which may cause wines to be a little cloudy at times. However, it is not just crush the grapes and pray. In fact, these wines demand a great deal of skill and creativity from both the grower and the wine maker. This approach is still very new and still waiting for official certification, so at Six Senses are delighted to be doing some of the research for you.
The Sustainability Fund is comprised of 0.5 percent of the hotel revenue and goes towards funding, among others, the Bagos d'Ouro and the Afonsinhos Association to support underprivileged and disadvantaged children.
The Forest Restoration Project is a true labor of love. We take great pride and pleasure in nursing this parkland back to health and making it a home for soil fertility, fungi, insects and birds, and a place that we can all enjoy.
Bagos D’Ouro is a charity that helps gifted children from stressed families of Douro Valley to make it through school all the way through university. In cooperation with the village schools, gifted children from poor or stressed households are identified and then a process begins whereby the families are interviewed and their needs established. The support goes beyond financial donations as Bagos D’Ouro realizes that more effective results come from helping children to have real educational opportunities through a tailored and hands-on approach.