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In the Alentejo the power of the land marks the time. Chosen as one of the National Geographic Best Trips for 2014, Alentejo is known for its untouched nature, peace and tranquility and is the perfect location to relax and recharge batteries. It’s also where some great portuguese wines are born, and food is incredible.
The Alentejo represents about one third of the Portuguese land territory but only 7 percent of its population, and can offer you the most amazing beaches, and the most beautiful countryside landscapes dotted with cork oaks and olive trees that withstand time. Cities as Évora and Elvas are listed as World Heritage by UNESCO but there are many other beautiful and tranquillity places with their typical whitewashed houses to visit: Marvão, Monsaraz, Castelo de Vide, Portalegre, Beja, and much more.
If you like outdoor sports, this is an ideal region for exploring hiking trails, cycling, riding horses, birdwatching, ballooning, jeep safari and much more. The entire Alentejo is a stage for sensations and unique experiences to all of its visitors.

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Alentejo

In the Alentejo the power of the land marks the time. Chosen as one of the National Geographic Best Trips for 2014, Alentejo is known for its untouched nature, peace and tranquility and is the perfect location to relax and recharge batteries. It’s also where some great portuguese wines are born, and food is incredible.
The Alentejo represents about one third of the Portuguese land territory but only 7 percent of its population, and can offer you the most amazing beaches, and the most beautiful countryside landscapes dotted with cork oaks and olive trees that withstand time. Cities as Évora and Elvas are listed as World Heritage by UNESCO but there are many other beautiful and tranquillity places with their typical whitewashed houses to visit: Marvão, Monsaraz, Castelo de Vide, Portalegre, Beja, and much more.
If you like outdoor sports, this is an ideal region for exploring hiking trails, cycling, riding horses, birdwatching, ballooning, jeep safari and much more. The entire Alentejo is a stage for sensations and unique experiences to all of its visitors.