The Alentejo region covers a third of Portugal, it truly captivating with its golden plains, rolling hillsides and luxurious vineyards. A rocky coastline, traditional whitewashed villages, marble towns and majestic medieval cities bursting with unheard stories to many.
Traditional and old farming traditions are still cherished that includes wine, olive oil and cork production. Alentejo has an extremely rich past and many people passed through this region such as the Romans and the Moorish. Like the rest of Portugal the local cuisine is absolutely delicious with rich dishes, companied with its wine its unique dining experience.

This pearl has been one of Portugal’s secrets that slowly being revealed to the world, its vineyards, hotels and restaurants are winning prizes.

Breathe a bit of its essence and plan your next leisure or business trip to the Alentejo.