It is the Alentejo – but it is not only Alentejo. It has traces of Beira, others of Ribatejo. It is less plain-like, greener, less extensive, more varied.

It is a place of transition, where we still find the open, gently undulating spaces of the Alentejan plain side by with robus hill-ranges such as the Serra de S. Mamede.

It is the Alentejo – but it is an Alentejo touched by the greenness and freshness of the north, an Alentejo that is less hard, and also less inhabited and less known.

It is the Alentejo-equaling the best that Alentejo has to offer.

The capacity to seduce, the affecting simplicity of the people, of the customs, of the landscapes and the dwellings.