In the morning we leave Lisbon towards Évora located in the Alentejo region, one of the main attractions of Évora is the Chapel of Bones where hundreds of human bones exposed on the walls and ceiling will certainly be recorded in your memory.
Plenty of city monuments led to its classification as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, especially the famous Cathedral of Évora, and Giraldo Roman Temple Square.
We went for a visit in the cellar of the Charterhouse where we will wine tasting and a guided tour of the almost endless expanses of green fields that manage to withstand the scorching heat of Alentejo summer all thanks to modern irrigation system that will automatically debiting the drops needed in each standing was for production to be optimized, surrounded by several hectares of planted area this is the first impact that you have as you enter the Fifth Charterhouse.
Last but not least we will visit Estremoz is internationally known for its white marble quarries, called Marble Estremoz, the exploitation of Estremoz marble has a very ancient origin as evidenced by the Roman Temple of Évora containing marble originating from Estremoz, enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the town and its castle, we head to the Algarve for hosting.
We start our day already in the Algarve with a visit to the famous Vilamoura Marina which is a major attraction poles in the Algarve with about 825 boat berths, this is the largest and most important marina in Portugal and occupies a place reference in the panorama of nautical national and international recreation, there we see considerable luxurious vessels of one of the most luxurious marinas in the world.
Then we will go to Portimão after crossing the road bridge we can assess the extent to which nature has been generous with this town in the western Algarve, not least because the mouth of the river enabled the development of a riverfront, the sand seems to have grown over the cliffs that emerge here and there like islands in an ocean.
Lagos known for its fantastic beaches with cliffs full of color that look like straight out of a postcard where the warm waters invite to a bath, especially Meia Praia holds several awards as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
The return to Lisbon is marked by several Kms full of crags and cliffs with magnificent views of breathtaking we had us dazzled by one end of the European continent, where only the long Atlantic Ocean prevents us from seeing “Terras de Vera Cruz. “
Day 1 – Evora – Winery Cellar – Estremoz – Albufeira
Day 2 – Vilamoura – Portimão – Lagos – Vicentina Coast – Lisbon
Day 1: Lisbon – Hotel – Vasco da Gama Bridge – Évora center – Praça do Giraldo – Évora Cathedral – Chapel of Bones – Temple of Diana – Winery Cellar – Wine Tasting – Tasting Olive Oil – Estremoz – Estremoz Historical Center – Museum marble – Faro – Hotel – Faro
Day 2: Faro – Hotel – Tavira Historical Center – Marina Tavira – Vilamoura – Marina Vilamoura- historic center – Portimão center – Portimão Historical Center – Lagos – Historical Center – Meia Praia – Vicentina Coast – Alentejo plains – Vasco da Gama bridge – Lisbon – Hotel – Lisbon
1st Night – Algarve
2nd Night – Lisbon
|Itinerary adapted at your own rhythm|
|Private Transfers Airport/Hotel/Airport|
|Costumized service from our driver/tour guide|
|Top-of-the-range Mercedes vehicle|
|24/7 customer service|
|Time and visit all the sites advertised on Itinerary|
|Excellent buying tips and the best traditional restaurants|
|Bottled water on board|
|Other services not listed in the Itinerary|
|Paid entries on monuments|