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community experience, portugal, eco-village, gardening, food forest, volunteers, intentionalA community project in Portugal โ€“Volunteering in Alentejo, Portugal. We are looking for helpers NOW for fun DIY projects such as building a chicken and dog house and also for finishing and extending a couple of living containers.


Handy people who have experience with building and are skilled with tools.

  • Arrival on Mondays
  • minimum stay 2 weeks
  • 25h/week
  • bring your tent or caravan/ van (please let us know if you need a tent)
  • 3 vegetarian or vegan meals per day
  • wifi
  • trips to the canyon, beach, markets, parties and gatherings

Check out the CONTACT DETAILS below to get in touch! ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ”

Previous message March 2021 EXPIRED

A community project in Portugal is looking for a new team member. Do you enjoy looking after people and taking care of the living spaces? We have one volunteering position for someone who will take care of the hosting, which includes the cleaning of the houses, receiving and also entertaining guests.

โ€‹Minimum stay 4 weeks, with the possibility of extending โ€‹(season ends in September).

[This host is also currently looking for gardeners – read the announcement here]

What type of host are you?
What are you looking for help with?
What’s the mission of your community?
  • Intentions
  • Regaining sovereignty over our life rhythm & life context.
  • Developing new rituals and models for regenerative culture.
  • Creating spaces for authentic relations and initiation into adulthood.
  • Cultivating a social and natural environment that reflects our deepest desires.


How many volunteers could you host?
  • More than one person
When would you need volunteers?
  • as from March till the end of September
How many hours of help per day?

4-5 hours of help per day

How many days of help per week?

5 days per week – 2 days off

Note about the volunteer work and other expectations

We are looking for team members who are energetic, can work self-dependentโ€‹and who are physically fit.

Are accommodation and food included?

Yes, we offer food and accommodation

What type of accommodation can you provide?
  • Tent
  • Treehouse
Diet – nutrition information

we cook vegetarian and can cater for vegans

Fees transparency


VISA – could you provide Visa support/info/invitation letters?

No! we cannot help with Visa/invitation letters – similar requests will be ignored.

Volunteers’ benefits
  • use of all the facilities
  • wifi
  • trips to the beach, markets, parties etc.
  • and some Horses time


What to do in the free time

We will cook and take care of the shared spaces together and we enjoy taking trips to the beach, the Paradise Spot etc. It is a wonderful area for exploring, enjoying the tranquillity of the valley or simply disconnecting.



German, English, Spanish


The Community is set in the hillside, overlooking the fertile green valley with its veggie gardens, a small lake and the hills with its cork-oak forest. Vale Corticas is 25 min. from the ocean, 10 min from โ€œPego das Piasโ€ (sweet water lake), 5 minutes from the famous hiking track โ€œRota Vicentinaโ€ and 5 minutes away from the town Odemira, which has all amenities.

How to get to your site

Bus to Odemira

Is there internet access?


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Website: https://project-community.weebly.com/ ๐ŸŒ
Hostname: Dalal
Host Email: tierra.anima@googlemail.com ๐Ÿ“ง


Go to Portugal volunteering opportunities section

Also, see the Permaculture, or the Intentional communities page.

Author: Voluntouring staff

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