The cultural richness of the Alentejo arouses curiosity and invites you to discover treasures and stories, genuine traditions, art and crafts that mirror the soul of the people or even vestiges of civilizations from the past.

The perfect meeting between past, present and future. Small towns and cities welcome with open arms those who come to enjoy the houses, churches, castles and monuments, or participate in their festivals and pilgrimages, inviting to enjoy some more of this place where time passes more slowly.

  • Churches
  • Craft
  • Sing Alentejano
  • Museum of Sacred Art
  • Rice Museum
  • Lousal Living Science Center
  • House Museum Manuel Chaínho
  • Roman dam do Pego da Moura
  • Roman ruins of Troy
  • Roman ruins of Miróbriga
  • Castle of Alcácer do Sal
  • Castle of Santiago do Cacém
  • The Palatial Port of Carrasqueira

Festivals and Celebrations

  • Feasts of Our Lady of the Penha de França (May)
  • Feast of Our Lady of the Conception (August)
  • Festivities of St. Romão in Carvalhal (August)
  • Festivals of Saint John (June)
  • Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary of Tróia (August)
  • August Fair
  • Chocolate Fair
  • Melides Fair
  • Hunting and Fishing Fair
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