Beja District

Beja is a district in the Alentejo region of southern Portugal, known as the ‘Golden Plain’ for its vast corn and sunflower fields. Culture buffs will be in the element here, with a host of archaeological and architectural treasures to explore. One of the oldest excavation sites can be found at the Núcleo Museológico in Beja city, where ancient Roman ruins and relics are encased beneath glass floors and wall displays. Don’t miss the seaside cities of Odemira and Vila Nova de Milfontes, with their rugged rocky coastlines and crashing waves.

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Herdade do Touril offers an idyllic location surrounded by the lush landscapes of a 365-hectare estate in the heart of the Natural Park of Southwest…

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