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Holiday Letting Price Information in Alentejo
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Alentejo. Prices reach their highest point in August, where prices are an average of £101 a night (25/08 - 01/09). On the other hand, in March you will find the cheapest prices (02/03 - 09/03). Prices this week are on average £85 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Alentejo
Check how busy Alentejo is with our availability graph. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in August (18/08 - 25/08). It is easier to find a rental in a week of October (13/10 - 20/10), as only 18% of the accommodations are booked.
The weather in Alentejo
Find the Alentejo climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Alentejo with average maximum temperatures of 33°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in Alentejo.
Surf or sample Alentejo's wines from your holiday cottage
The pace of life in Alentejo, Portugal, seems slowed by the warmth of the sun. Vestiges of an ancient history overlook the dramatic plains flanking the Tagus River, verdant and buzzing with crickets. Discover it today from your holiday home.
Hole up in the beach bar at Praia da Comporta, and enjoy vistas of coast and sunshine. The simple pleasures are sweet. Why not start your day with a Meia de Leite, a Portuguese latte? Later on, a glass of port wine goes beautifully with the rich flavours of squid, pork, cheeses, olives and garlic butter. Alentejo produces nearly half of Portugal's wine.
Transport yourself back through time and go fishing on the Fisherman's Trail which runs on the coast of Vila Nova de Milfontes. The sargos or perch almost leap onto your line here, and there's nothing but the gurgling of the water to interrupt the serenity. Grill your catch with herbs, or just head to a fish restaurant and let them do the hard part for you.
Alentejo's capital Évora is a World Heritage site. Castles echo with the ghosts of conquests, while cloisters and formal gardens emanate Arab influences. Évora's city walls date back to the Roman era, as does its vast aqueduct and Temple of Augustus.
The Castelo de Vide is just 20km from Marvão, and you can see the town from the ramparts on a clear day, across green plains. Dating from the 8th century, it is a monument of both Gothicism and Judaism.
Sights and sea
Santarém looks out on the vastness of Alentejo's plains. If you want to see even further, the reservoir at Alqueva is so untouched by light pollution that the milky way illuminates the sky.
Vast expanses of sea lap the beaches of Alentejo. You can bathe on the pristine beaches of Rio Sado, Tróia and Pinheirinho near your holiday home.
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