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Alentejo is elected one of the destination to go in 2014

Getting warm
The city council puts some wood to burn during the night to keep people warm during the cold nights on the winter. Some people have no money to pay electricity or can’t buy a heater.

 

The beautiful architecture of évora
The beautiful architecture of Évora is seen everyone. Some is just hidden…

The region of Alentejo in Portugal was elected one of the best sites to visit in Portugal by the Portuguese Association of the Travel and Tourism Agencies. The island of Acores was also nominated as Favorite Destination 2014. National Geographic also elected this region as a mandatory destination in 2014. The Portuguese Association chose Évora to receive its congress, which is very important. The Ecorkhotel in Évora has been a huge attraction to visitors thank to its amazing new concept. This hotel and SPA  uses cork to coat all the exterior of the mainly building. Cork will be the first thing you’ll see once you arrive on the site. This amazing concept almost blends with the view.

Ecorkhotel
Ecorkhotel

This region being elected is a new but it’s thanks to its amazing beautiful green spaces with wild life, beautiful monuments, delicious food and great people. Also, Alentejo will get promoted and will also promote itself, with traditional and regional souvenir and food it’s an amazing touristic destination for those who love silence, good food and great wine. Everyone should try once in their life, it’s very quiet and you’ll relax all you need.

 

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