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February 2020

Springtime, time for cleaning

2020-02-02T10:47:24+00:00

The first three months of the year are the most indicated time when basic cleaning of each biological pool must be done. After months of disuse, deposits, such as dust and leaves, naturally accumulate on the bottom of the swimming area. These must be removed before starting into the new swimming season. In biological [...]

Springtime, time for cleaning2020-02-02T10:47:24+00:00

Ask for a quote

2020-02-02T12:01:59+00:00

We thought our site is well known, but it looks like that not all know that it is on this site where the way to have an own swimming pond starts. At the site there is a button “quote” which opens a questionnaire. The answers will give us a basic information to elaborate a proposal. One [...]

Ask for a quote2020-02-02T12:01:59+00:00

Night at the biological pool

2020-02-02T11:52:41+00:00

It is now, even now, on these slightly rainy nights, but not cold, when it is worth visiting the biological pool. It is not for bathing, the water must be little more than 13 ºC! Get ready with a lamp! This visit is to find out who lives in the biological pool. There are [...]

Night at the biological pool2020-02-02T11:52:41+00:00

December 2019

Cradle of amphibians

2019-11-28T10:52:44+00:00

In the rainy season the biological pool becomes attractive to even more living beings. Much lower temperatures of this season and rain water falling from the sky encourage the willingness of salamanders and newts to initiate migrations in search of suitable places to meet for mating. Thus, on rainy nights the biological pool becomes [...]

Cradle of amphibians2019-11-28T10:52:44+00:00

Pondweeds

2019-11-28T10:40:51+00:00

Many different species of aquatic plants planted in biological pools have one common name which is pondweed. They may be broadleaved, fully underwater, or only with floating leaves, thin-leaved and even combinations of thin-leaved and broad-leaved. A huge diversity! Pondweed, Potamogeton in scientific, is a genus of worldwide distribution, has representatives on all continents [...]

Pondweeds2019-11-28T10:40:51+00:00

Casa Alto da Eira

2019-11-28T10:39:34+00:00

Casa Alto da Eira is a place to smell the Alentejo from the terrace or from the water surface of the biological pool. House and biological pool are just over 15 years old and are as inviting as the first day. Situated in Albergaria-dos-Fusos, municipality of Cuba in Alentejo, during your stay you can [...]

Casa Alto da Eira2019-11-28T10:39:34+00:00

November 2019

Charcas de Noé (Noah’s ponds)

2019-10-23T14:42:31+01:00

Coimbra Agrarian School has an ongoing research project to promote the conservation of endangered rare aquatic plants in Baixo Mondego and Dunas de Mira in the center of the country. “Charcas de Noé” aims to “actively contribute to increasing knowledge of the distribution and conservation status of rare and endangered aquatic plants in Baixo [...]

Charcas de Noé (Noah’s ponds)2019-10-23T14:42:31+01:00

Testimonials

2019-11-13T20:08:50+00:00

We are receiving a lot of positive feedback to our projects. The testimonies come from clients of different nationalities. Some are placed on our website. You may have a look here. home / news

Testimonials2019-11-13T20:08:50+00:00

Pruning water lilies

2019-10-23T14:43:43+01:00

In autumn some of our customers are concerned with the water lilies. The same plants that enchant us with their splendid beauty during the summer no longer show many leaves, no flowers but many yellow leaves. At this time of year the plants are preparing to hibernate, huddling at the bottom of the lake [...]

Pruning water lilies2019-10-23T14:43:43+01:00