Top 10 Things to do in Ferreira do Alentejo, Portugal

September 17, 2017 Terina Blouin

Ferreira do Alentejo (Portuguese pronunciation: [fɨˈʁɐjɾɐ] or [fɨˈʁeɾɐ ðu ɐlẽˈtɛʒu]) is a town and a municipality in Beja District in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 8,255, in an area of 648.25 km².
Restaurants in Ferreira do Alentejo

1. Castelo de Beja

Beja, Portugal 1-28-431-18-00
Excellent
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43%
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4 based on 384 reviews

Castelo de Beja

Reviewed By alittletoolate - Doncaster, United Kingdom

set in a lovely part of beja this attractive castle with it's well preserved walls and dominating tower would certainly get my vote should you visit beja and once you have climbed many a step you'll be well rewarded.

2. eco Palacete Palma Borralho Relogio

Rua Doutor Joao de Almeida Tojeiro 6, Cuba 7940-122, Portugal +351 960 321 941
Excellent
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5 based on 25 reviews

eco Palacete Palma Borralho Relogio

XIX century eco Palace, renovated in 2015. Do Expect Dream Experiences for Quite a unique Private Museum visit. You are most welcome. Do not miss Cuba in your Alentejo escapade. We are proud to have a strong ecoLogic sense and Social Responsibility in the community.

Reviewed By Kamilo1965 - Ljubljana, Slovenia

The palace is a house you can fell in love with. It's like an old castle among small white traditional portuguese houses and near to lovely white church. It is now renewed, but you can still feel a touch of old glorious times.Thank you for such kind words. You are most welcome any time you feel like an escapade

3. Museu Regional de Beja (Museu Rainha D. Leonor)

Largo da Conceicao, Beja 7800-131, Portugal +351 284 323 351
Excellent
44%
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4.5 based on 123 reviews

Museu Regional de Beja (Museu Rainha D. Leonor)

Reviewed By Annukka K - Helsinki, Finland

Just the right size, stunning interiors and well illustrates the layers of culture and history here. Easy to imagine the cultured nun pouring her heart out in passionate letters in the giddily decorated interiors of the convent. If you visit this museum, you can happily spend the rest of your stay by the lovely Pestana Pousada pool.

4. Nucleo Museologico

Rua do Sembrano, Beja 7800-487, Portugal
Excellent
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4.5 based on 43 reviews

Nucleo Museologico

Reviewed By lynne b - tavira

A good way of keeping Roman Beja alive (under a glass floor). Written explanations were good and there is a further display about Outeira do Circo, a late bronze age settlement near Mombeja to the north west of Beja.

5. Museu Visigotico--Igreja de Santo Amaro

Rua do Ambiente, Beja 7800-114, Portugal
Excellent
41%
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4 based on 38 reviews

Museu Visigotico--Igreja de Santo Amaro

Reviewed By lynne b - tavira

Early C6 Visigothic church with carvings and columns in an excellent state of repair (one of only 4 pre-Romanesque.left in Portugal). Luckily we were staying in Beja long enough to await the reopening of the church (closed due to the ill health of a member of staff).

6. Jardim Gago Coutinho e Sacadura Cabral

Travessa do Salvador | Zona Histórica, Beja 7800-080, Portugal
Excellent
24%
Good
48%
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4 based on 25 reviews

Jardim Gago Coutinho e Sacadura Cabral

Reviewed By carlosmp - Rio de Janeiro, RJ

Well kept, calm, some nice statues, but much more like a local garden in a small village. There is a small site for birds and small animals showing, not relevant.

7. Museu Jorge Vieira/Casa Das Artes

Rua do Touro No 33, Beja 7800-489, Portugal +351 284 311 920
Excellent
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4.5 based on 15 reviews

Museu Jorge Vieira/Casa Das Artes

Reviewed By Brimble - Lagos, Portugal

This was a little confusing to find but we were glad we persevered.
The welcome on arrival was genuinely enthusiastic, as if grateful for our interest. The lovely lady at the reception area gave us maps and leaflets to aid our visit, then told us the Museu Jorge Vieira was free.
Upstairs we went, to two small rooms housing the entire collection. And what a collection, perhaps twenty pieces, each one worth inspection. We loved it and, depending on taste, you might not, but check it yourselves. A great artist spanning the late 20th century to the early 21st.

8. Igreja de Nossa Senhora Dos Prazeres E Museu Episcopal

Largo dos Prazeres 4, Beja 7800-420, Portugal +351 284 320 918
Excellent
61%
Good
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Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 17 reviews

Igreja de Nossa Senhora Dos Prazeres E Museu Episcopal

Reviewed By 16Ludo - L'Ametlla de Mar

Alhoewel de voorgevel het niet laar vermoeden is de kerk binnen heel mooi. Er mogen echter geen foto's genomen worden. Spijtig.

9. Casa de Santa Vitoria

Herdade da Malhada, Beja 7800-730, Portugal +351 284 970 170
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4 based on 8 reviews

Casa de Santa Vitoria

Established in 2002, and the result of a passion for earth products, this company represents an investment which seeks to provide a direct contact with the best that is produced in Alentejo. Combining unique and clearly distinctive characteristics from other players in this sector, the Santa Vitória offers great wines, a well thought out range of regional cuisine and several leisure activities available to the general public. All of this, in a mainly rural environment, in the middle of Alentejo. Visitors can see the entire production and taste the wines, enjoying the modern facilities and the cellar. They can also visit the Santa Vitória, which has 127 hectares of vineyards and 150 hectares of olive groves. Santa Vitória is proud to integrate the most advanced winemaking technologies with the benefits of traditional techniques, preserving, for example, a wine pressing mill for pressing the grapes by foot and a manual harvest.

Reviewed By FilipaDaniela - Porto, Portugal

The winery is small but worth a visit. There are guided tours and you end up trying the wine. It's worth a visit.

10. Igreja de Santa Maria

Largo de Santa Maria | Santa Maria, Serpa 7800-133, Portugal
Excellent
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Good
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Igreja de Santa Maria

Reviewed By Joao B - Beja, Portugal

If you go to Beja, this a place that you have to had to your route, a Gothic church with huge clock tower.

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