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 not visit the “Capela dos Ossos” and the Roman Temple of Évora – “Templo de Diana”.
Come and find out more about our heritage. Also visit the “Igreja S. Francisco” of Gothic-Manueline architecture. Built between 1480 and 1510, inserted in the historical events that marked the period of maritime expansion of Portugal.Visit the monument “Cromeleque dos Almendres”, a megalithic monument of its most important type in the Iberian Peninsula, and one of the
most important in Europe. The Cathedral of Évora with its great beauty and monumentality from Romanesque to Gothic style. Going down Rua 5 de Outubro, direction to “Praça do
Giraldo”, you will find a world of traditional and artisan market.
Restaurant “O FIALHO – Located in the Historic Center of Évora, on “travessa Mascarenhas”, this space is distinguished for those who appreciate good wines and
Conventual pastry ” PÃO DE RALA” – Located at street of “Cicioso” n. 47, in this space you can delight in all the traditional sweets from Alentejo. Try the tipycal “Pão de Rala,” simply wonderful!