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The Alentejo region has a long tradition in wine production, with intense and full-bodied red wines, contrasting with the fresh and aromatic whites. Also, a rich and traditional cuisine, in good Portuguese style. Not just the wine and gastronomy, but also the Alentejo landscapes are unmistakable and unforgettable, with never ending plains, which creates a fantastic combo.
In this area, it is worth visiting the historical cities of Évora and Elvas, both classified World Heritage Site by UNESCO. If the heat becomes too much, you can escape to some of the wildest beaches in the country and experience surfing or simply eating a grilled fish on a terrace.
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