Abrantes

Abrantes is one of the largest counties in the country. It Is located at the junction of the regions of Ribatejo, Beira Baixa and Alentejo, featuring an extremely varied landscape. To the North, extensive pine forests and the albufeira of Castelo de Bode, to the South the lezíria do Tejo and the typical Alentejo landscape. The name Abrantes probably derives from Aurantes, due to the amount of gold that was taken from the river sands. It is often called "Flower City", largely because of the festivities in which its inhabitants adorn the streets with flowers. The city of Abrantes is a commercial and industrial hub of the fertile agricultural region. It has metallurgical and metalworking industry. In gastronomy, especially the famous "Palha de Abrantes" and the tigeladas stand out.

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Hotel Pôr do Sol
Hotel Pôr do Sol

2 star

Typical House of recent construction, with family atmosphere and attentive service, featuring simple yet functional rooms 19.

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