Marvão - Portugal

Marvão - Portugal

Moinho de vento Monte de São Félix - Portugal

Moinho de vento Monte de São Félix - Portugal

Castelo de Vide, Judiaria, Portugal

Castelo de Vide, Judiaria, Portugal

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STREETS OF CAMPO MAIOR  Alentejo Portugal

STREETS OF CAMPO MAIOR Alentejo Portugal

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Gentes e Locais/Janela de Terena (Alentejo)

Gentes e Locais/Janela de Terena (Alentejo)

Castelo de Vide, Marva, Alentejo - Portugal

Castelo de Vide, Marva, Alentejo - Portugal

Sun, solace and spectacular scenary in Portugal’s unspoilt Alentejo| Via Elixir News | 1/12/2013 The glorious autumn weather was just one of the surprises thrown up by a recent visit to the Alentejo region of Portugal – the bit most tourists miss when they drive through on the main road between the Algarve and the capital Lisbon. But this is a gem not to be missed if you want a a different holiday from the tourist hoardes #Portugal

Sun, solace and spectacular scenary in Portugal’s unspoilt Alentejo| Via Elixir News | 1/12/2013 The glorious autumn weather was just one of the surprises thrown up by a recent visit to the Alentejo region of Portugal – the bit most tourists miss when they drive through on the main road between the Algarve and the capital Lisbon. But this is a gem not to be missed if you want a a different holiday from the tourist hoardes #Portugal

Exploring the Land of Explorers – The Alentejo, Portugal | via The Cultural Voyager |7/01/2013 Fiona Maclean makes her own discoveries in this beautiful region...Vineyards, historic fortified towns and villages, farms producing cheese, jams, cured meats, sausages ... There’s a stunning heritage coastline that is relatively quiet with rugged cliffs and hidden coves.  Fine food, wonderful countryside, unspoilt beaches and a wealth of heritage towns and cities make the Alentejo worth a visit."

Exploring the Land of Explorers – The Alentejo, Portugal | via The Cultural Voyager |7/01/2013 Fiona Maclean makes her own discoveries in this beautiful region...Vineyards, historic fortified towns and villages, farms producing cheese, jams, cured meats, sausages ... There’s a stunning heritage coastline that is relatively quiet with rugged cliffs and hidden coves. Fine food, wonderful countryside, unspoilt beaches and a wealth of heritage towns and cities make the Alentejo worth a visit."

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