The landscapes around Évora are characteristic of Alentejo, filled with oak and cork oak (montado), plains, crops and pastures.
he megalithic heritage of Alentejo is vast. The fields surrounding Évora are characteristic of Alentejo: eye-catching plains of oak and hold-oak, pastures, grasslands & wheat fields.
A dolmen-type megalithic monument, one of the largest in the Iberian Peninsula.
It is the most important megalithic monument in the Iberian Peninsula, and one of the most important in Europe, not only for its dimensions, but also for its state of conservation.
The Escoural Cave was accidentally discovered in 1963 and classified, in that same year, as a National Monument. It consists of a large cavity and multiple galleries that served people from about 50.000 years ago to 4.000 years ago, people who illustrated their interior with scenes from their daily lives.
For those who prefer extreme sports, you may try driving karts at Kartódromo de Évora, skydive at the Aeródromo de Évora, or even enjoy the landscape from a Hot Air Balloon.
Speed up the track and embody the spirit of F1!
If you want to see the city and the region from the higher altitudes!
If you want to ascend to the skies in the greatest tranquility and silence. You are in for an unforgettable ride & a stunning view.