Why the Alentejo?
Considered to be one of the least polluted areas in Europe, with breathtaking landscapes, where the earth and sky unite in a long embrace ... being possible to follow the birds track, to glimpse the route of the stars and their constellations, to feel the pulsar of the Nature, to distinguish the sound of the daytime birds from the nocturnal birds ..., simple pleasures that simply do not enjoy in the urban environment, Nature at its best ... In addition to the unique landscape, there is a whole cultural heritage to know
House of rustic moth Alentejo implanted in productive olive grove. The simplicity of the architecture is intended not to injure the landscape by diluting it as an integral and non-dissonant element.
Overlooking the village of Vidigueira, distant about 500 meters from the center of this, equidistant Vila de Frades, where are located the Roman ruins and old convent of S. Cucufate.
Under the theme of "lands of bread people of peace", Vidigueira is part of the Alentejo wine route, from which it is possible to visit several wineries producing wines of national and internationally recognized quality, also using methods Traditional.
Vila da Vidigueira, combines the beauty and cultural beauty of the Alentejo and the freshness of the Alto Alentejo, given its geographical location.
Starting point for the visit to typical Alentejo towns such as Vila de Frades, Cuba, Vila Ruiva, Vila Alva, Alvito, Viana do Alentejo, or, Alcaria da Serra, Marmelar, Portel, "Alqueva" there so close ... Moura ... all Rich in landscape and heritage, especially mural paintings of chapels, hermitages and churches that can be "discovered" through the "Fresco Route". But also the possibility to enjoy the Alentejo gastronomic experience, in a free way or through the frequency of workshops ...
It is about 50 km from Évora (a World Heritage Site) and 30 km from Beja.