Hemmed by water, Mourão, a quaint village in the banks of Guadiana river, has been crowned by a castle and enchanted by its inhabitants, its historic legacy and delicious food.
Évora, Alentejo’s main city and home to some of the most well-preserved monuments of the region is a short drive away. Some of which have been recognized as World Heritage Sites, by UNESCO. Alongside history, Évora is also known for having some of the best restaurants in the country.
Lisbon airport is 2 hours away.