Benefit from our knowledge and experience the real Alentejo


The capital of the Alentejo

Évora, as the capital of the whole Alentejo Region, has developed into a tourist destination and a must-see when visiting Portugal. The UNSECO World Heritage City combines a history that reaches far back to Roman times with modern art and culture - and excellent cuisine. Have a look yourself, we are happy to provide you with helpful tips.


The city of carpets

Whilst being a small Alentejo city, Arraiolos should not be overlooked. The town dates back to the 13th century and looks back to a long history of carpet weaving. At this point internationally famous, the carpets of Arraiolos are a piece of art and a great souvenir to take back home.

São Pedro de Corval

Artesanal pottery

Portugal is known for its excellent pottery. But did you know that Monte da Bela Raposa is only a 1 hour drive from São Pedro de Corval? Get your car and explore the center of portuguese pottery. Situated in the national park 'Serra da Estrela' we promise you this trip will not only bring you a new set of china but stunning landscapes too.


Authentic alentejo

Pavia is a town as typical Portuguese as it gets. Only a few minutes away from Monte da Bela Raposa it is the best place to have some authentic Portuguese food and stroll the small alleys of white chalked houses. of Manuel Ribeiro de Pavia

We recommend to have dinner at 'Molho no Pao' and 'O Forno' in Pavia.


High quality cork products

Besides wine and olive oil, the Alentejo region is also known for its superb cork products. Visit the ancient town of Estremoz and discover more about the rich history of cork production and bring home a souvenir.