The larger town Evora is one of Portugal’s most historic and unspoilt cities with a population around 56000.
The city granted the Work Heritage Statutes thanks to its Roman temple, the circuits of medieval walls & charming Moorish alleys. The 16th century mansion and whitewashed houses also contributed to this status making this city one of the most beautiful ones to visit in Alentejo. The cobbled streets and small piazzas are welcoming and offer great atmosphere for a walking trip in the historic centre. There are number of Manueline style churches, and houses in the historic centre helping to create a unique atmosphere and ambiance throughout the city.
The small handicraft shops, historic cafes and numerous historic houses and places are some of the many attractions you can find ins a culture filled Evora.