Borba

The municipality of Borba is in the Évora district and is part of the so-called Marble Zone, given that the extraction and processing of marble is one of the main factors of economic development in the region. Borba has been developing and, today, it is a region known for several factors, ranging from its built heritage to widely awarded wines and gastronomy. Cheese with Borba bread, aromatic herbs to flavor the dishes, olive oil from the immense olive groves, sausages and sweets are some of the best things in the region, combined with the simplicity and friendliness of its people.

What to do in Borba

Where to eat in Borba

Where to sleep in Borba

Casa do Terreiro do Poço
Casa do Terreiro do Poço

Palatial house composed of three main bodies, joined by stairs and balconies, where the rooms and suites have direct access to the garden. Also has an orchard,…

Horta Vermelha
Horta Vermelha

Spacious and welcoming, characterized by tranquility, by communion with nature and the countryside. Is constituted by Shaffer and the Lotus Square, both ancien…

Casa de Borba
Casa de Borba

Dating from the late 18th century, it is a really nice place, perhaps the most beautiful of the region. The rooms are majestic, especially the Archbishop's roo…

Near Borba

Vila Viçosa

Vila Viçosa


Vila Viçosa already exists as village since the early days of the Christian Reconquest situated in a Valley, known as Lush. Was in 1270 that Dom Afon…

Portel

Portel


Being one of the oldest counties of Alentejo, its past is filled with spoils miscellaneous, despite there being many concrete data about the history …

Arraiolos

Arraiolos


Arraiolos is inserted in the middle of the Alentejo plain, in the district of Évora. Its natural beauty and the famous tapestries of Arraiolos attrac…

Mora

Mora


Mora is a small municipality in the district of Évora consisting of only four parishes. Its name appeared in 1923. Its past is long and dates back to…