The orchards of Quinta do Pizão are located in the municipality of Cadaval and Torres Vedras, in the western region of Portugal characterized by a temperate Mediterranean climate, strongly influenced by the proximity of the Atlantic Coast which provides optimal conditions for the production of high quality fruit with unique characteristics.
The West is the main fruit region in Portugal. In this coastal zone, a few km from Lisbon, the art and tradition of fruit production is deeply rooted in the local people who combine the know-how transmitted from generation to generation through the years with modern techniques of orchard management.
Quinta do Pizão zealously takes care of its orchards to bring tasty and safe fruit to the consumer's table, throughout the year.
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