Troia Resort


The diversity in fauna of Troia is directly linked with its plant cover, climate, type of soil and human presence. The golf course offers a wealth of habitats over a small area, including pine tree forests, bush, lawn, dunes and freshwater lakes, which attract several species of fauna. Among the [...]

Visit the city of Évora

It is about time you visit this historic city in the heart of the Alentejo region with a wealth of cultural heritage. Évora has to offer charming palaces, monasteries, churches, communal areas and the exquisite flavours of the traditional cuisine. Also, one cannot go to this city in Alentejo and [...]

Lousal Mines

Only 74 km/60 minutes from Troia, the Centro Ciência Viva do Lousal will take you on a journey through time, back to when the mine of Lousal was operational. This mine and the mining village belonged to 19th century mining grounds. Located in the municipality of Grândola, here the minerals [...]

Beach and dune trail

Over 60 kilometres of sandy beach extending from Troia to Sines, shaped by the waves and wind, is indeed a long stretch of sand. The trail will take you first along the beach and then through the dunes. If you are lucky you may even watch flocks of small birds [...]

“Cais Palafítico” from Carrasqueira

If you're looking for a place to go on a winter’s day, we suggest you visit the pier built on stilts in Carrasqueira, in Alcácer do Sal, 21 km (25 minutes) from Troia. It is one of the municipality’s most popular sites, as it is considered a work-of-art of popular [...]

The Roman Ruins of Troia

Unique or monumental? Either way, the Roman Ruins of the largest fish-salting centre are worth your visit when you arrive in Troia. First, let the beauty of this place – part of the Natura 2000 network - sweep you off your feet; dunes extend from the lagoon to the banks [...]


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