Exploring the South of Portugal | Évora | Alentejo

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clock8 to 9 hours

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    Further south of Lisbon you will be discovering the region of Alentejo. On the way to Alentejo you will notice the presence of large fields of cork oaks and olive trees. No less gorgeous, is the outstanding relief of the landscape either flat and hilly, an infinity of land.
    There is a great opportunity for visiting the traditional shops and factories of the famous rags of Arraiolos dating back probably since the XVII century.The rags are part of the traditional hand embroidered Portuguese tapestry illustrating its cheerful colors.
    Continuing on the road towards Évora once there, a feeling of living back on time is marked by the ruins of a Roman Temple, medieval Churches and protecting walls, a revolutionary history conquered square and the cobbled streets following the white typical Alentejo homes.
    Last but not least, you will be visiting the superb megalithic complex of Cromlech of Almendres dating back about 2000 years before the Stonehenge.

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