History & Culture


Estremoz, a charming city located in the heart of Alentejo, in Portugal. Known for its history and marble production, the city attracts tourists looking to explore its heritage, culture and landscape. The imposing Estremoz Castle, which dates back to the 13th century, offers visitors stunning views and an atmosphere that breathes history. With a rich gastronomy, Estremoz delights visitors with its dishes, from migas to pork cheeks, f dogfish soup to cheeses and sausages.

The city attracts tourists looking to explore its history, culture and stunning landscapes. In addition to the castle, visitors can explore the narrow streets of the historic center, visit the Santa Maria church and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and authentic Alentejo life.

Vila Viçosa.

Vila Viçosa, located in Alentejo, Portugal, is a city marked by its historical connection to the House of Bragança, highlighted by the magnificent Paço Ducal. Furthermore, it stands out for its preserved architecture, such as the Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição, and for the production of high-quality marble. It welcomes tourists looking to discover its history, culture and natural beauty, and offers a unique experience in the heart of Alentejo.


Elvas, located in Alentejo, is a historic city of strategic importance due to its position on the border with Spain. It stands out for its vast military heritage, including the Santa Luzia Fort and its well-preserved walls. The historic center is picturesque and charming, and contrasts with the historic buildings.

Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it offers visitors a memorable experience in the heart of the Alentejo region, where history, culture and gastronomy always go hand in hand.


In the heart of Alentejo, Elvas is a historical treasure with roots dating back to Roman times. Its charming historic center is home to impressive monuments, such as the Roman Temple, the Cathedral and the Chapel of Bones, which testify to its rich history and striking architecture. The city is also known for its vibrant University, one of the oldest in the country


Marvão is a charming medieval village located at the top of the Serra de São Mamede. Known for its historic atmosphere and stunning views, the imposing Castle of Marvão protects the town, and offers impressive panoramic views. The cobblestone streets and stone houses create an authentic medieval atmosphere.

In addition to its historical heritage, Marvão attracts nature lovers with paths and trails to discover and nature rich in biodiversity.


Monsaraz, is a unique medieval village situated high on a hill, a haven of serenity and charm, where preserved medieval walls and stunning views over the Alentejo plains and the massive alqueva lake create a romantic atmosphere.

Monsaraz offers visitors a memorable escape into a world of history and untouched beauty.