Alentejo Photography - 2 Days - 1 Night

Self Guided Tour - Personal Bike
Per person 180

Alentejo Photography - 2 Days - 1 Night

- Self Guided Tour - Personal Bike


Alentejo Photography & Tour guide during the tour.

Alentejo ( From Alcacer do Sal / Evora ) Photography
& Tour Guide during the tour | duration 6,5 Hrs

The photographic tour of several mountain villages, where you will
have the opportunity to visit the historical and natural heritage of
the region. The splendid scenery and small details such as traditional architecture
found in Alcacer do Sal , Torrão, Evora , other small towns and villages
will delight your sence.
The best way to see the city is on foot, walking through its narrow
streets lined with white houses, discovering along the way the monuments
and details that reveal the history of Évora and its rich herit age.

About :

Roman Temple | Praça do Giraldo | Chapel of Bones | Church of Sao Franciso

Included: From Alcacer do Sal | other places on request.

Welcome and delivering information and safety instructions
1 Single BB / or Db Bed accoridng the reservations w / BB included
1 Tour Guide - Motorcycleportugal Experience from the Hotel ( * )
Tour includes - driver / guide during the whole circuit
(*) | 09.30 Hrs | duration +/-6.5 Hrs |

Note: Due to weather conditions, programs may suffe r minor changes and / or

In these cases we reserve the right to mak e changes and / or other alternatives

Our tours | Subject to confirmation | Min Book + 2 Bikes
Scheduled according request. Pick you up and Drop
Local guide will pick you up at your hotel, airport or other meeting point.
Personalized Transport in a Luxury Mercedes or Similar vehicle
Support Van for luggage transportations 
Note : Extra Person / Suplement 
Doble Bed or Twin Room w / BB Included 
Subject to confirmation & On Request                                       
Road assistance
24 Hrs Assistance 

Insurance - Please confirm the  # Insurance Terms and Conditions #

Customer insurance

The insurance policy in force for this tour:
See conditions / for more information

Not Included:
Lunches | Drinks | Flights | Personal Expenses | Fuel | Parking | Toll                            

REQUIREMENTS | ask for more information before the reservations.

Make it Private : Inquire your private tour date for you and your friends

Identity card or passport 
The information may change without notice.
All conditions are confirmed in the process of confirming reservations.
All taxes ( VAT included 23 % )
The price are : Euros | Program valid from : 01 Jun 2021 till 31 Oct 2021

Depart From


Lisboa | Faro | Porto


  • 1 / 2 Day

    From Alcácer do Sal to Évora | Aprox 75 Kms . ( 1 H - 2 M )


    Évora, a book of Portuguese art history.

    The best way to see the city is on foot, walking through its narrow streets lined with white houses, discovering along the way the monuments and details that reveal the history of Évora and its rich heritage.

    Judging by the calm, welcoming surroundings, one easily sees why this city, which dates from the Roman era, was chosen by the kings of Portugal in the 15th century to serve as their residence, a fact that contributed to its development and cultural importance in the following centuries. It was in fact due to Évora´s long history and its urban centre, typical of the 16th to 18th centuries, that has been preserved to our days that lead UNESCO to classify the city as a World Heritage site.

    Our starting point: the Praça do Giraldo

    Located in the heart of the city, this square is an excellent meeting point, with coffee shops, sidewalk cafés, shops and a tourist information office. On one side is the Church of Santo Antão and the marble drinking fountain (Chafariz) with 8 spouts, representing the 8 streets that lead here.


    Templo romano de Évora

    The Roman Temple, over 2000 years old, is the ex-libris monument of Évora and is one of the most important historic ruins in the country.

    The Roman temple in Évora was built in the first century, during the time of Caesar Augustus. It has a long history, serving as testimony to many transformations and different uses over the centuries. It was practically destroyed when the Barbarians occupied the Iberian peninsular in the fifth century, and served as a bank vault and butcher’s to Evora castle in the 14th century.

    Its original Roman design was only recovered in the 19th century, in one of the first archaeological interventions in Portugal. It is a testimony to the Roman forum of the city of Évora, consecrated to the Imperial cult, thus clarifying a 17th-century tradition that claimed that the temple had been consecrated to the goddess Diana. For this reason, it was identified for many years as the Temple of Diana. Recent excavations have shown that it was surrounded by a portico and water mirror.

    Tours Info:

    Basic | Aspahlt 100 % | Total Kms +/- 160 Kms | Riding Hours day 4 - 6 Hrs 

  • About & Info

    Reserva Natural do Estuário do Sado | Protected Areas

    The River Sado is born in the Serra da Vigia, near Beja, and winds its way across the plains of the Alentejo, travelling 180 km north until they flow into the sea near Setúbal. The river’s estuary commences close to Alcácer do Sal, a highly fertile humid zone, where the landscape is marked by rice fields, cultivated in platforms, and nests of white storks, perched on top of church towers or electricity pylons.

    This elegant bird always chooses the highest places in order to build its nests and is one or 200 bird species that inhabit the Sado Estuary, which has been declared a Nature Reserve and a zone of special protection in order to protect the species.

    The protected area has great natural riches that man can use to his benefit, including cork oak groves from which cork is extracted, pine groves, whose pinenuts are transformed by skilled hands into highly appreciated regional desserts, and the now defunct salt pans, which were of great economic importance over many centuries.


    A wine producing.

    Region with a long tradition, the Alentejo boasts wines that will surprise you for their excellence, aromas and colours as unique as the landscape and the cuisine.

    This region, where the skyline extends as far as the eye can see, on which the cork oaks bestow a sense of strength and durability, was once an expanse of wheat fields. Today, the wheat fields have been replaced by vast vineyards, whose wines take in the power of the landscape and the heat, and can be counted amongst the most celebrated in Portugal.

    Besides the Alentejo Regional Wine, which is found all over the region, wine producers are spread across 8 areas bearing a designation of origin.

    - Portalegre, Borba, Redondo, Reguengos, Vidigueira, Évora, Granja/Amareleja and Moura, which allows for a diversity of choice anywhere in Alentejo.