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  • 1 Ermida de São Bras

    Religious buildings

    Av. Dr Barahona P - 7000 Évora

    This is a curious fortified 15C church, with cylindrical buttresses topped with pepper pot roofs. The chancel, with a polygonal lay out, is surmounted by a cupola on squinches.

  • 2 Convento de São Bento de Castris

    Religious buildings

    P - 7000 Évora

    The walls of the Manueline style church are covered in 18C azulejos illustrating the life of St Bernard, and the Gothic capitulary hall is decorated with some Renaissance elements. The 16C Portuguese-Moorish style cloister has preserved its originali..

  • 3 Cromeleque dos Almendres

    Archaeological and historical sites

    N114 P - 7000 Évora

    In the middle of a clearing, surrounded by cork oaks, you will find 95 granite monoliths laid out in an oval arrangement that is 60 metres long and 30 metres wide. On your return to Guadelupe, you can see a 2.5m high menhir, near the Agua de Lupe co-..

  • 4 Anta de Zambujeiro

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Rte d'Alcàçovas P - 7000 Évora

    Fronted by a tumulus (access gallery), the dolmen forms a vast 6m high funerary chamber. Numerous objects, today exhibited in the Evora museum, were discovered here.

  • 5 Capela-anta São Brissos

    Religious buildings

    Rte de São Brissos P - 7000 Évora

    This chapel is quite unique - a dolmen forms its narthex.

  • 6 Escoural Grotto

    Nature and gardens

    Centre d'interprétation P - Évora

    Cave paintings and etchings dating from 18000 to 13000 BC were discovered in this cave. They depict cattle, horses and hybrid figures.

  • 7 Montemor-o-Novo

    Towns and villages

    N114 P - 7000 Évora

    Not far from Evora, this calm town of Alentejo is situated at the bottom of a hill topped by the ruins of a fortified town from the Middle Ages. The ramparts, whose construction dates back to the Roman period, make a good viewpoint over the countrysi..

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