Alentejo lies in the south of Portugal between the river Tejo and the Algarve. The Alentejo borders Spain to the east and the Atlantic to the west. It is the largest and least populated region in the country. Among the natural highlights are the kilometre-long sandy beaches, which are not only popular with surfers, and the Alqueva reservoir. Numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites are located in the Alentejo as well as the Dark Sky Reserve, from which the night sky is particularly clear and impressive to admire. In addition, Alentejo’s cuisine and wines provide a unique culinary delight.
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