2020-07-27 | Forbes

New Remote Travel Inspiration From Portugal: Herdade Da Malhadinha Nova In The Alentejo

Recently, it seems, the marketers all decided to start promoting the Alentejo as the “Tuscany of Portugal.” I get it. The pastoral district south of Lisbon but
north of the Algarve’s beach resorts is both rugged and agricultural, wild and organized around cultivation. The Alentejo embodies living well while also living simply. There are rolling hills, painterly landscapes, gnarled old olive trees, zesty full-bodied wines, and many ways to eat a pig.

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