Alentejo is one of the National Geographic Best Trips for 2014

National Geographic Traveler presents the New Year's must-see places and Alentejo region was one of the chosen destination for 2014.

The travel writer & blogger Anja Mutić that wrote the article for National Geographic says that "Lying right below the country’s heart, Alentejo has served as Portugal’s breadbasket and seduces with its slow pace, a sense of modern times in half step. Look no further than the recently opened museum in the village of Belver, devoted to the tradition of artisanal soapmaking. Or the newly launched Marble Route, which takes visitors into quarries and underground galleries, celebrating the prized local material. Also now taking reservations: Évora’s Ecorkhotel, coated in that Alentejo staple, cork

And then look up, at the night skies. Above Lake Alqueva, the heavens remain unmarred by light pollution, prompting the UNESCO-supported Starlight Foundation to designate Alqueva the world’s first Starlight Tourism Destination".

You can read the full article here and discover the several tips that 
Anja Mutić gives about the Alentejo region.

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Source: National Geographic 

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