The Alentejo region is known for rolling hills, cork plantations, celebrated wineries and whitewashed farmhouses. The diverse choice of accommodation ranging from coastal boutique hotels to romantic country houses and luxurious wine estates contribute to the regions charm.
Portugal’s largest region has a rich past and boasts of centuries old farming traditions, intricately designed neighborhoods and majestic fortresses built at stork-nest heights. The region is defined by a rugged coastline, traditional whitewashed villages, marble towns and medieval cities rooted in history.
For an immersive experience you can choose to stay in luxury country houses, 5- Star boutique hotels or iconic wine estates. Explore numerous activities on the properties or enjoy wine tasting in the vineyards with a panoramic view. Some of the best wineries have been designed by famous architects and offer accommodation with inhouse Michelin- starred restaurants.
Alentejo has its own DOP title, as well as a wider Vinho Regional Alentejano designation. Over the past few decades, Alentejo has been a key center of Portugal’s wine renaissance and there have been tremendous efforts and investments to build the wine fortunes. The region continues to offer some of the best value Old World wines.
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