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Évoramonte Travel guide
Évoramonte : Michelin's recommendations
This is a small fortified town that occupies a remarkable site on the top of a high hill in the Alentejo. At Evoramonte on 26 May 1834, the Treaty that marked the end of the civil war was signed. When you reach Evoramonte, you will be immediately struck by the peace reigning there and by the charm of the well-kept low, white houses covered in flowers that surround the strange fortress.
Tourist attractions Évoramonte : Things to see and do
Rua de São Pedro P - 7100 Évoramonte
Situated on the edge of the picturesque main street, this church is distinguished by its early steeple.
Chemin Castelo d'Evoramonte P - 7100 Évoramonte
Roman then Arabic, this castle, modified in the 14C, has remained a military building in the Gothic style, despite 16C alterations. The outline of the medieval keep is marked with rope. The Bragança house had the motto "Despois vos, nos" (A..
P - 7100 Évoramonte
This house is a historical place. The Evoramonte Convention was signed here in 1834, marking the end of the civil war. A commemorative plaque records the events.