Enjoy through the Alentejo wine and olive oil region
The riverside village of Pedrógão do Alentejo is next to the Guadiana and the Barragem do Pedrógão,
and is part of the Grande Lago do Alqueva complex integrated in the Guadiana hydrographic basin.
In the vicinity of the region there are also lands of great history of the Iberian Neolithic, (Alandroal) Roman and Arab tradition (Évora, Beja, Serpa, Mértola) of medieval monasteries and churches, and memory of the great Navigator of the 15th century, Vasco da Gama. Located very close to Spain, this region stands out for the excellence of the route of ceramics, bread, cheese, sausages, carved wine and olive oil, as one of the best gastronomies in the country. Do not miss the traditional fairs of this country. region: Ovibeja, Montado, Do Chocalho, etc.
Be sure to visit Moura, Vidigueira, Amieira, Alvito, Portel, Serpa, Beja, Mourão, Monsaraz, among others