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Going to visit the Alentejo region? Discover the best things to do on your trip to Portugal. Top tours, travel tips and verified reviews!

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Have you ever been to Alentejo?

The Alentejo is one of the most exciting regions in Portugal! This area stands out for its delicious wines and an absolutely fascinating natural landscape.

Experience the typical Alentejo gastronomy and enjoy the Cante Alentejano, recently considered as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO!

Rich in history and cultural heritage, Alentejo is still a very interesting destination for those looking for a few days spent on the beach! Whether inland on the various river beaches, or on the coast with its beautiful and natural beaches, Alentejo is also the ideal destination for sunbathing!

Take advantage of your stay to make the Alentejo Wine Route and make several tastings of different wines and learn more about the entire production process. Regardless of who you do it with, the important thing is that in the end you remember your favorite!

In the Alentejo you can also do several walks and trails through the various mountains in the region, such as the Serra de São Mamede, the highest in the whole of the Alentejo.

Visit dams, monuments, museums and be amazed by the largest aqueduct in the entire Iberian Peninsula, the Aqueduto da Amoreira, located in Elvas!

Believe that Alentejo has all the ingredients for a perfect stay!

Frequently Asked Questions

The Rota Vicentina is one of the most traveled routes in Portugal. It consists of exploring the Alentejo coast, which goes, sensibly, from Sagres to Sines and where you can explore the umpteenth natural wonders.

During the summer, the Alentejo reaches extremely high temperature values, mainly in the interior, and it frequently reaches 40 degrees. It is recommended some precautions such as the frequent use of sunscreen, hat and avoiding the sun and hours of greater heat whenever possible.

It depends. The activities we mentioned are very diverse, but the trend is a scarcity of public transport for most places. We advise you to have a thoughtful alternative.

The Alentejo is very diverse and has very interesting areas. If we have to reduce the options, we would say that the area of ​​the Alentejo coast and the whole region of Évora are the main points of interest.

Yes. Getting to the mountain's surroundings is quite simple, and you can then start your adventure through the vast and beautiful Serra de São Mamede.

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