ÉVORA - INSIDE THE OLIVE OIL, WINE, AND CORK TRIANGLE
In this 10-hour tour you will be driven south in comfort across the bridge through beautiful landscapes towards The Alentejo, Portugal’s largest region and maybe the wildest.
A region lined by a rugged coast to the west and filled with farmland, cork oaks, vineyards, olive groves, and other crops and livestock. You will explore Évora. Designated as a UNESCO World
Heritage Site, Évora is known as a “city-museum” filled with culturally significant landmarks and it is marked with a notable history. It is also the Alentejo’s regional capital and largest city.
You will visit a wine producing estate where you will have lunch and a wine tasting. Then it is time to see how cork is extracted and produced before heading to another estate where one of Portugal most famous brand of olive oil is produced. Time for a tasting, of course, before heading back to Lisbon revitalized.
Total Duration: 8 - 10 hours
Evora Cathedral, Roman temple, city centre, and more. Alentejo region, Southern Portugal
Visit to a wine estate with wine tour (with optional lunch/tasting menu/wine tasting. Alentejo region, Southern Portugal
Visit to a cork extraction estate. Alentejo region, Southern Portugal
Visit to an olive oil production estate with olive oil tasting. Alentejo region, Southern Portugal
Transport by private vehicle
Admission to attractions/Guaranteed to skip the long lines
Hotel/port pickup and drop-off
Olive Oil tasting
Transport by air-conditioned SUV/car/Minivan
Live commentary on board
Food and drinks, unless specified