Time To Be Happy

Alentejo is, without any doubt, a destination that marks the difference in terms of experiences. It is a destination of excellence which offers history, breathtaking scenery, gastronomy, excellent wines and numerous experiences which will put you in the mood to explore the region…

Get lost in Alentejo…


World Heritage by UNESCO

Dominating Alentejo’s landscape lays Évora, city of an outstanding beauty, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO since 1986. With a diversified offer, not only historical and cultural heritage, but also in terms of gastronomy and wines, here you can discover the true flavours of the regional gastronomy. Visit the numerous hidden restaurants in medieval streets, surrounded by Roman walls. Enjoy an authentic open-air museum, during a hike or a pleasant carriage ride.

There are various leisure activities, such as the wineries that offer wine tastings and regional products of extremely high quality, as well as pleasant horseback riding, hunting or fishing tours, safaris, canoeing, balloon rides, a kart race, or even a parachute jump. The clock Museum, the Évora Museum or Palace of Cadaval.

Évora Cultural Schedule

For a more relaxing day, why not visit some of the picturesque towns and cities of Alentejo, such as Monsaraz, Arraiolos, Estremoz, Borba or Vila Viçosa, not forgetting the wonderful Alqueva - the largest artificial lake in Europe and having the first certified reserve in the world for the observation of the stars.


Gastronomy & Wines

When it is said that Alentejo gastronomy revolves around bread, olive oil and aromatic herbs, it seems too simple.

But the knowledge to make it is ancestral. The recipes have been handed from generation to generation and with them, the secrets that bring food to it’s maximum power and exuberant flavours. The Alentejo offers you an unforgettable palatal experience with red wines of loaded colours, firm structure with dense aromas of mature fruits and with great persistence. For white wines you can count on fruity, intense aromas with plenty of structure.</ P>

To experience these pleasures can be so perfect that justifies many trips to the Region. One is not enough. If you want to taste it fully you will have to do like we do it in Alentejo: eat and drink according to the season.

Alentejo's Region

Feel the harmony between our culture and tradition

How to get here

Starting from Lisbon follow the Vasco da Gama Bridge then continue along the A2, until the beginning of the A6. Continue on the A6 until the second exit of Évora (exit number 6). GPS - Latitude 38º. 36`. 3 "N / Longitude = 7 ° 53 '. 18" W / Altitude = 278 meters


  • 1. Almendres
  • 2. Cartuxa Winery
  • 3. Fluvial Beach of Monsaraz
  • 4. Templo Romano


7000 Cromeleque dos Almendres, Évora, Portugal

Cartuxa Winery

7000 Enoturismo Cartuxa, Évora, Portugal

Fluvial Beach of Monsaraz

The Monsaraz river beach is located in Monsaraz Nautical Center, about 4 km from the medieval village of Monsaraz. In addition to the infrastructure already included in the Monsaraz Nautical Center, the beach includes a sandy area, meadow and shade area, a distress and surveillance station, water access for the disabled and a watchtower.

Templo Romano

Largo do Conde de Vila Flor, 7000 Évora, Portugal

+351 962 098 149
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