Heading south the landscape changes, physical variations that nature imposes to visitors as a way to say that this is another space, another people, different traditions, and as birds that follow south, we also “fly” to Alentejo. The landscape is serene, there is a monotony in the plain that is broken by some trees – oaks, holm oaks, olive trees – and wheat cereal fields that fertilize the land. Work comes out of land, products come out from work, and this describes a people, their traditions, characteristics, and all the human, cultural, and historical heritages. From Cante Alentejano singing to gastronomy, from cork to marble extraction, without forgetting the numerous churches that can be seen. There are always layers of history that link to the discovery of places, until you get to know the soul of Alentejo.
Évora–Arraiolos–Estremoz–Mourão, Monsaraz and Reguengos–Vila Viçosa

Évora Roman Ruins
Price range: Price under consultation
Duration: Full Day