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Peneda Gerês National Park - Portugal

Peneda Gerês National Park - Portugal

Serra da Estrela Mountain - Portugal

Serra da Estrela Mountain - Portugal

Poço do Inferno - Natural Park Serra Estrela, Portugal

Poço do Inferno - Natural Park Serra Estrela, Portugal

Praia Marinha, Algarve, Portugal

Praia Marinha, Algarve, Portugal

Portugal’s Alentejo Road Trip: 7 Unmissable Stops On The Coastal And Fish Route. 1. ÉVORA 2. COMPORTA 3. PORTO COVO 4. SINES 5. VILA NOVA DE MILFONTES 6. PORTO DAS BARCAS 7. ROTA VICENTINA Foodies, photographers, wine lovers, beach bums.. Alentejo is all you need!

Portugal’s Alentejo Road Trip: 7 Unmissable Stops On The Coastal And Fish Route. 1. ÉVORA 2. COMPORTA 3. PORTO COVO 4. SINES 5. VILA NOVA DE MILFONTES 6. PORTO DAS BARCAS 7. ROTA VICENTINA Foodies, photographers, wine lovers, beach bums.. Alentejo is all you need!

hotel evora hostel

hotel evora hostel

Estremoz, Évora olive trees. Alentejo is a region that produces one of the best olive oils in the world

Estremoz, Évora olive trees. Alentejo is a region that produces one of the best olive oils in the world

Megalithic Stone Circle of Almendres, Portugal, 500 to 1000 years older than Stonehenge.

Megalithic Stone Circle of Almendres, Portugal, 500 to 1000 years older than Stonehenge.

Capela dos Ossos, (Chapel of Bones) was created by a few Franciscan monks in the 16th century. The walls and central pillars are covered with human skulls and other skeletal parts, held together by cement. Evora, Portugal -- click for more history and info

Capela dos Ossos, (Chapel of Bones) was created by a few Franciscan monks in the 16th century. The walls and central pillars are covered with human skulls and other skeletal parts, held together by cement. Evora, Portugal -- click for more history and info

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.

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.