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Private Évora Tour from Lisbon

Private Évora Tour from Lisbon - Evora, Portugal
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Evora, Portugal

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$75.74

Delve into ancient history on this private full-day Évora tour, from Lisbon. See the city’s Roman ruins while learning about its rich history ... More info ›

Delve into ancient history on this private full-day Évora tour, from Lisbon. See the city’s Roman ruins while learning about its rich history. Visit the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, the 'Igreja São Francisco de Assis, the Chapel of Bones, and the Cromeleque dos Almendres. Then journey to the Saint José de Peramanca vineyard for a delicious wine-tasting. Enjoy the personalized attention of a private tour.

Depart from Lisbon, traveling through the picturesque countryside of Alentejo. After arriving in Évora, begin your tour in Geraldo Square in the city center. Learn about the square’s namesake, Gerald the Fearless, who seized the city from the Moors in the 12th century.

Continue on to the Templo de Diana (Diana’s Temple), originally the city’s meeting place. Wander over to the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, built in the 13th century, and admire its Gothic architecture. Pause for lunch, then visit the Igreja São Francisco de Assis, where you can enter the Capela dos Ossos (Chapel of Bones).

Travel to the Saint José de Peramanca vineyard for a wine tasting, and glimpse its stately Baroque mansion. End your tour with a visit the Cromeleque dos Almendres, a megalithic monument that dates back to the early 3rd millennium BC, considered the largest such monument in the Iberian Peninsula. End your tour back in Lisbon.

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Alentejo Cork Forest and Cork Farm with Lunch

Alentejo Cork Forest and Cork Farm with Lunch - Evora, Portugal
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Evora, Portugal

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$52.44

Travel to the Alentejo and into the deepest part of a cork forest on this 2-hour guided tour from Redondo. Take a walk to explore the cork forest and learn about the harvesting of the cork at a farmhouse estate run by the same family for six generations ... More info ›

Travel to the Alentejo and into the deepest part of a cork forest on this 2-hour guided tour from Redondo. Take a walk to explore the cork forest and learn about the harvesting of the cork at a farmhouse estate run by the same family for six generations. Enjoy personalized attention on this small group tour that is limited to twelve people, as well as a traditional cork-strippers' lunch, if chosen.

Having booked the morning or afternoon departure, meet your local driver at the Museu do Vinho de Redondo and travel to the farmhouse estate in the Alentejo. For six generations the Mollet family has made a living on their 1,400 acre estate by sustainably managing cork forests, rearing sheep, and making fine wine.

Upon arrival, meet your guide, a local archaeologist and conservationist. Start with a cup of tea, coffee, or a cool refreshment then head out on a  5-kilometer (3.1-mile) walk into the deepest parts of the cork forest, across rolling hills and through cork forests, olive groves, and vineyards in a landscape occasionally broken by a medieval fortress or an abandoned chapel.

During your walk your guide explains everything you need to know about the cork trees and the cork cycle (cork stripping, storage, and manufacturing). Also learn about local fauna and flora, and all of the farm activities including honey production, vineyard wine production, Iberian pig fattening, and harvesting olive groves.

With luck, you might come across an Egyptian mongoose, bustards, wild boars, hoopoes, bee-eaters, and booted eagles.

Later, head to the farmhouse and visit the shop where you can find the finest products the estate has to offer (cork handicrafts, biologic olives and olive oil, honey and, of course, wine). Lastly, enjoy a traditional cork stripper's three-course meal in a quiet family run restaurant.

Your tour concludes with a drop-off back at the Museu do Vinho de Redondo.

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2-Hour Landrover Tour of the Alentejo Cork Forest

2-Hour Landrover Tour of the Alentejo Cork Forest - Evora, Portugal
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Evora, Portugal

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$52.44

Enjoy this 2-hour tour in an old 1974 safari style Land-rover to explore the traditional cork forests of the Alentejo. Your local guide will give you full explanations during the tour, as you discover the in's out's of the cork world.

The farm you will visit is a paradise for walkers, ramblers and wine lovers ... More info ›

Enjoy this 2-hour tour in an old 1974 safari style Land-rover to explore the traditional cork forests of the Alentejo. Your local guide will give you full explanations during the tour, as you discover the in's out's of the cork world.

The farm you will visit is a paradise for walkers, ramblers and wine lovers. Imagine exploring this world of rolling hills, cork forests, olive groves and vineyards in a landscape occasionally broken by a medieval fortress or an abandoned chapel.

For six generations, the family owners have made a living on the 1,400 acre estate in the Alentejo by sustainably managing cork forests, rearing sheep and making fine wines. You're invited you to join to share the joy of their lives and see the beauty of the surrounding countryside.

Nature-lovers and birdwatchers will not be disappointed. With luck, you might see or come across an Egyptian mongoose, a bustard, a wild boar,  a hoopoe, a bee-eater, a booted eagle or many more species.

On arrival you will be introduced to your guide who is a local archaeologist and conservationist. Start with a nice cup of tea/coffee or cool refreshment. Then your guide will take you on a beautiful 2-hour Jeep tour into the deepest parts of the cork forest. During your tour/safari he will explain to you everything about the cork trees, cork cycle (cork stripping, cork storage, cork manufacturing). You will also learn about local fauna and flora, honey production, vineyards, Iberian pig fattening, olive groves and all the farm activities. When you return to the farmhouse and visit the shop where you can find the finest products it has to offer (cork handicraft, biologic olives and olive oil, honey and of course their wines). Later, have a cork stripper's traditional three-course meal in a quiet family-run restaurant. After this, it will be time to go home, but with the best memories of the Alentejo.

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Dolmens of Serra d'Ossa Tour with Farm Visit and Optional Lunch

Dolmens of Serra d'Ossa Tour with Farm Visit and Optional Lunch  - Evora, Portugal

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Evora, Portugal

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$101.98

Take part in a Jeep tour through the megalithic monuments of the Serra d'Ossa. Your guide is a local archaeologist who would love to tell you the stories of the history of this unique region ... More info ›

Take part in a Jeep tour through the megalithic monuments of the Serra d'Ossa. Your guide is a local archaeologist who would love to tell you the stories of the history of this unique region. Later, head to a working cork farm to learn about the cork world. Finish your tour by taking a look at one of the best vineyards in this region, tasting our best wines and iberian black pork. Finally,  be back for a traditional corkstriper three-course lunch.

The area you will visit is a paradise for walkers, ramblers and wine lovers. Imagine touring through rolling hills, cork forests, olive groves and vineyards in a landscape occasionally broken by a medieval fortress or an abandoned chapel. For six generations, the Mollet family has made a living from showing the best that the Alentejo has to offer.

Nature-lovers and birdwatchers will not be disappointed. With luck, you might see or come across an Egyptian mongoose, bustards, hoopoes, bee-eaters, booted eagles, wild boars and many more species.

On pick up you will be introduced to your guide who is a local archaeologist and conservationist. Start with a nice cup of tea/coffee or cool refreshment. You will be taken on a beautiful drive through well preserved set of megalithic monuments of the Serra d'Ossa. During your tour your guide will explain to you everything about the dolmens, how they grow and the symbology and myths behind them. After visiting the Dolmens you will be taken to a working cork farm where you will learn the in's and outs of the cork world. Finish your tour by taking a look at one of the best vineyards in this region, tasting our best wines and iberian black pork. Finally,  be back for a traditional corkstriper three-course lunch.

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Giraldo Square and City Center Walking Tour of Évora

Giraldo Square and City Center Walking Tour of Évora  - Evora, Portugal

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Evora, Portugal

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$241.24

Immerse yourself in Roman and medieval history during this 3-hour walking tour of Évora. One of Portugal’s finest cities, Évora has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is full of old-world charm and historical treasures ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in Roman and medieval history during this 3-hour walking tour of Évora. One of Portugal’s finest cities, Évora has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is full of old-world charm and historical treasures. Explore the city’s main square, Praca do Giraldo, before heading to landmarks such as the Roman Diana Temple, the Cathedral, and the St. Francis Church and Chapel of Bones. There will also be time for some shopping at a local market, where you can find various souvenirs made of cork, a local tradition.

Start this historical walking tour in the city’s lively main square, known as the Praca do Giraldo, or Giraldo Square. Surrounded by picturesque townhouses with wrought-iron balconies, it’s a great place to snap photos or people-watch with a coffee and a book.

After meeting up with the group, head off to the city’s main cathedral, which was built between 1186 and 1204. While Portugal is full of stunning cathedrals, few are more significant than the Cathedral of Évora when it comes to the Gothic style. Spend time exploring the building and then continue on to the Templo de Diana, one of the best preserved Roman monuments anywhere on the Iberian Peninsula. Fourteen of the original eighteen columns on this renowned relic are still standing.

Spend the rest of the tour exploring other significant landmarks in Évora including the St. Francis Church and its famous Chapel of Bones. Wander the grounds of the university, one of Europe’s oldest, and shop for locally made cork products at a nearby market. This tour is limited to 10 participants to ensure a more intimate experience.

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Horse Riding in Alentejo

Horse Riding in Alentejo - Evora, Portugal

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Evora, Portugal

From USD
$87.41

Get out of the city and experience the countryside during this horseback-riding tour in Alentejo. Look out for rabbits, partridges, and even foxes as you ride along the Lucefecit River on a Lusitano horse ... More info ›

Get out of the city and experience the countryside during this horseback-riding tour in Alentejo. Look out for rabbits, partridges, and even foxes as you ride along the Lucefecit River on a Lusitano horse. Admire beautiful views of Terena Castle and pass through small towns along the way. A knowledgable instructor will guide you throughout the tour.

Immerse yourself in the unspoiled region of Alentejo during this exciting horseback-riding tour. Saddle up with a Portuguese Lusitano horse and take off through the countryside for a breathtaking tour.

Ride along the Lucefecit River, occasionally passing through small towns along the way. Head to the estate of Terena, one hour from Evora and two hours from Lisbon (and just an hour from Spain). Admire views of Terena Castle and look out for wildlife such as rabbits, partridges, and foxes.

A knowledgable instructor will join you for the ride and be on hand to answer any questions during the tour. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see Portugal’s magical countryside in a unique and adventurous way.

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