Besides enjoying the tranquillity and sunbathing, you can also…
At Monte de Peral you will find several mosaics made by Marianne. Upon request, she can give a base course for mosaic making.
Within the region there are several marked walking trails. Walking along the margins of the Alqueva lake, through the Alentejo landscape or discovering the Menhirs.
You can explore the surroundings of Monte do Peral by bicycle, cycle to the Alqueva lake and the neighbouring villages.
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Alandroal, Borba, Estremoz, Sousel and Vila Viçosa provide the possibility to descend into the vast marble quarries, visit underground mining tunnels, factories and sculpture studios.
The Alentejo is famous for its wine and gastronomy. There are several wineries within the area which you can visit.
Visit the many historical (world heritage) cities such as Évora, Elvas, Monsaraz, the Royal Palace in Vila Viçosa, the potteries in Sâo Pedro do Corval and the wine town of Redondo.
On the Alqueva lake you can windsurf, canoe, paddle boat, water ski and enjoy a boat trip.
This region is part of the UNESCO “Dark Sky” project because of its exceptional visible starry sky.
Menhirs and Cromlechs, the tallest and most notable in Europe to be seen around Monsaraz