Évora is a city-museum whose roots date back to Roman times.

The golden age dates from the sixteenth century when it was the residence of Portuguese kings.

Évora emerges as the city of the region with the best conditions for its size, centrality and visibility in the national context.

Visiting Évora is an inspiration, city of white houses, tiles and balconies, and the main urban pole of the region.

Land of good food and good wine. In traditional Alentejo gastronomy lamb stew, gazpacho with Alentejo, açorda with Alentejo and migas with pork, among many other dishes, almost always seasoned with the condiments that grow in the Alentejo (coriander, oregano, olive oil, garlic, laurel, etc.), accompanied with dense and tasty Alentejo bread.

Évora was declared a World Heritage site by Unesco in 1986 and has landscapes of infinite horizon. Fields of vines, olive trees, cork oaks and holm oaks. Lands cultivated with vegetables or cereals. Évora is the perfect example of the best that unites man and nature.

This is the tradition of local craftsmanship with traditional objects created in the oldest houses and the most traditional shops. Handcrafted items use elements such as cork, iron, clay and leather, and also extend to sewing with lace, tapestry and embroidery. A world to know and that you will certainly want to take with you.


To visit Évora is an inspiration in a city of white houses, tiles and balconies, and main urban pole of the region.