Home to the finest surfer waves in Europe, it is also a region of historical importance; Cabo de Sao Vicente is the western-most point of Europe, once considered to be the End of the World, and from where many a brave voyage of discovery set sail.
Evora - The Museum City dating Back To Roman Times
The Historic Centre of Evora (a UNESCO Heritage Site) dates back 20 centuries to the ancient Celts, which later became a Roman stronghold, and then the residence of Portuguese Kings.
On the border of the Algarve and Alentejo Regions, this beautiful surfer haven is protected by the government against environmental pollution. Trek the 4km of river to the beach for an unforgettable experience in the quaintness of the Portuguese countryside.
Santiago do Cacem - A National Monument
A medieval castle built by the moors, it is one of the must-see sights of the Alentejo region.
Vicente Coast National Park - Home To Europe's Finest Beaches
The most protected nature reserve in Portugal, it contains, over and above 100km of gorgeous beach, stunning landscapes of cliffs and rare fauna, like the White Stork and marine otters.
Alentejo - The Provence & Tuscany Of Portugal
Sometimes dubbed the Provence and Tuscanny of Portugal, Alentejo's landscape and places of historical interest are stunning. This is also where Europe's best beaches can be found, made even more beautiful by the fact that not too many people know aboiut them.