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Cycling through a beautiful region filled with scrub oak, cork trees, olive groves, vineyards, a few fields, and whitewashed hill towns.
The historic city of Évora serves as an ideal access point to the beautiful sloping Alentejan landscape situated halfway between Lisbon and the Spanish Border. A beautiful region, while sparsely populated, still has a vast amount of cork-oaks, olive tree yards and (pre)historic monuments. Scattered across lie the villages and cities like white stains in a sunlit region. It is especially in the early and late season that you can cycle across the quiet roads, with a brief moment of shadow as storks fly across. As world heritage Évora itself has a lot to offer. And naturally you will also visit Lisbon, one of the oldest cities of the world, and therefore you’re sure to be mesmerized by Lisbon’s wonderful mix of antiquated and trendy.
• Ideal combination with a few days of Lisbon
• You will stay with Dutch people who live in Portugal for several decades
• Unique combination of a UNESCO world heritage and cycling tours.
|The route from day to day + km |
|Day 1 || ||Évora, arrival |
|Day 2 until day 5 || ||Short daytours environment Évora (42/55/75/79) |
|Day 6 || ||Transfer to Lisbon |
|Day 7 || ||Lisbon |
|Day 8 || ||Departure |
1 km = 0.62 miles