Visiting mystic places of Alentejo, Portugal


Who does not like to visit mysterious places and make a wish there?

On our last trip to Alentejo, we met a lot of fans of esotericism: someone read prayers, someone brought crystals and "magical" items, someone just clung to the stones and asked for the dreams come true. Some people sing and dance. And another ones just watch the others with interest.

Visiting Evora, it is necessary to see an interesting places around Evora. The lands of Alentejo are rich in historical monuments, medieval castles and prehistoric buildings. If you believe in mysticism, make a wish. If you are a pragmatist, just think, why did prehistoric people carry such huge stones for their rituals?

It is difficult/almost impossible to get there by public transport, so you need to rent a car or look for guides in local groups. Visiting Evora with a guide, ask him to pass by one of these places. It's worth seeing!

Put points on the map and discover the unknown and mystical Portugal!

Places to visit:

  • Anta Grande do Zambujeiro
  • Cromeleque dos Almendres
  • Menhir dos Almendres
  • Anta-Capela de Nossa Senhora do Livramento

Anta Grande do Zambujeiro

Anta Grande do Zambujeiro

Cromeleque dos Almendres

Cromeleque dos Almendres

Menhir dos Almendres

Menhir dos Almendres

Anta-Capela de Nossa Senhora do Livramento

Anta-Capela de Nossa Senhora do Livramento

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