Alentejo people proudly hold the reputation of taking things slowly. A place where even the World Heritage traditional singing is mellow, matching the endless plains that frame the landscape of this amazing region. At the end of the day you will certainly appreciate life like the locals.
We will take you through pre-historic sites filled with magic, Roman and Moorish heritage, and the medieval maze of streets in the city of Évora, the catholic capital of the south, where we will visit some remarkable monuments and taste delightful dishes.
TIPS: If you are a food and wine lover, diving into the south of Portugal, away from the seashore is a must. The quality of the food, rich in flavour and odour, and the variety and subtlety of the wines is unique.
July and August are extremely hot