Serpa

Serpa, a "white village", so named for the color of their houses and monuments, is situated in the interior of the Baixo Alentejo, Beja district. In the Centre stands the castle of Serpa, from the 13th century, in the former Castle houses the Archaeological Museum of Serpa. Know, too, the Church of Santa Maria, Property in the public interest, the walls of Serpa, a national monument, the Palace of the Condes de Ficalho and the Roman Dam of Moorish Wall. Attention to the aqueduct and clueless de Serpa, dating from the 17th century, which constitute the ex-libris of the city! In regional gastronomy include the migas, the grilled black pork, the lamb to the Shepherd, the black pork sausages, the famed Serpa cheese and curd cheesecake. A half dozen miles of Serpa is the Pulo do Lobo: endowed with a unique beauty and grandeur, it is a waterfall with more than 100 feet tall.

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Monte da Morena
Monte da Morena

Opened in September 2007 this Rural tourism space is housed in a 30-hectare agricultural property. Offers five bedrooms, with en-suite bathroom, and a 2 bedroo…

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