Eat: Alentejo In ‘the bread basket of Portugal’ the rustic flavours of Alentejo make full use of its local produce — cattle, pigs and wheat — for homely and generous dishes By Andrew Purvis. Published on December 2012 - Nat Geo Traveller UK
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Almendres Cromlech, Alentejo - PORTUGAL. Boasting a spectacular hillside location among olive and cork trees, this stone circle is an important megalithic site, consisting of 96 standing stones arranged in an oval. Architects: unknown. Style: Megalithic. Material: Granite. Construction Initiated: 6000 BCE.
I was looking for ideas for where to stay on our annual summer trip to the south of Portugal, and there were few openings, so I asked those who know best: my readers. With 40+ individual recommendations from a post on my Facebook post, there was a clear candidate: São Lourenço do Barrocal in Alentejo, Portugal. The pool is one of the most instagrammed parts of the hotel - but it was tiny. So small we didn't go in, because there were twenty people there already! The lounge area, though, is…