Cycling through Alentejo vast plains
Cyclist riding on gravel road surrounded by cork trees in Alentejo, Portugal
Almendres Cromlech in Evora, Portugal
Church and hotel in the country side
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Alentejo Evora – Arraiolos

Untouched Landscape & Traditional Values

Road Self-Guided Bike Tour


  • Over 1000 years of history in Evora – World Heritage Site

  • Megalithic Sites and quaint whitewashed villages

  • Arraiolos handmade carpets and tapestries

  • Ride a Rails to Trails through amazing cork trees and olive groves

  • Unique Gastronomy and award wining wines

€ 645

Start / End

Group Size
Minimum 2 participants

25-52 kms day
77 kms total (miles)

€ 495

4 days / 3 nights

Tour Dates
Choose what best suits your plans!

Easy to Moderate
Suits all abilities

You will be charmed by the monuments, houses and squares, by the contagious diversity of colors in the landscape, where lifestyles quietly slow down… this is the countryside.

Day 1 Welcome to Alentejo –  Evora : Open air museum
In and around Évora the Roman times come back to life. Ride through a well-preserved city center, full of extraordinary monuments (UNESCO world heritage) and lined with romantic cobble-stoned lanes.

Day 2 Travel Back to the Megalith Times
Quiet back roads will take you to some of the most important Megalithic Monuments in the Iberia. Once in Arraiolos, well known for its hand-made tapestries, mingle with the locals at the main square and admire it’s Celtic round shaped castle. (52km/32m or 25km/15m)

Day 3 Ride along a Secluded Rails to Trails
As you ride along the Rails to Trails and across the vast plains you will understand the essence of the Alentejo Region. The slow pace living and the memories of a long gone lifestyle will become evident as you enjoy quietness of the valleys. (25km/15m)

Day 4 Fairwell
One last chance to admire the Evora.

The accommodation was excellent, GPS and daily schedule was well-organised, easy to follow and full of useful information. We enjoyed all the prehistoric sites.

Liz & Michael Ahern - Australia

Our Premium and Casual Hotels

Road Self-Guided Bike Tour

All the Hotels are carefully chosen and include exquisite Historical Hotels (Pousadas), Charismatic Inns or Agri-Tourism units, so that you can experience and get to know the best of Portuguese Hospitality Industry.

€ 645

€ 495

Premium Hotels

Hotel MAr de Ar Muralhas Evora

Mar de Ar

Evora (2 nights)
An Charming Hotel within the City Centre with a garden and pool framed by Evora’s historical city walls

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Pousada de Arraiolos

Converted from a 16th century convent this Historical Hotel perfectly combines the old and the new

Casual Hotels

Albergaria do Calvario Evora

Albergaria do Calvario

Evora (2 nights)
A Countryside Hotel in the city centre, with an interior picturesque courtyard and housed in a 16th century olive oil mill

Casa dos Platanos Arraiolos

Casa dos Plátanos

Converted from an old family house, this Guesthouse is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the quietude of the Alentejo

Our Premium and Casual Inclusions

Road Self-Guided Bike Tour

Available throughout the year for a minimum of 2 Participants, both options are carefully thought to ensure that you will have a memorable tour regardless of your budget!


Premium: € 645

  • 3 Nights in Charming Historical Hotels

  • 3 Nourishing Breakfasts

  • Top-notch Bikes & Equipment

  • GPS uploaded with Tour Tracks

  • Evora Walking Guided Tour

  • Wine Cellar Visit

  • 24h Support Line

  • Favourite Restaurant Suggestions

Casual: € 495

  • 3 Nights in Charming Historical Hotels

  • 3 Nourishing Breakfasts

  • Top-notch Bikes & Equipment

  • GPS uploaded with Tour Tracks

  • 24h Support Line

  • Favourite Restaurant Suggestions

Prices are per participant based on double occupancy

Our Self-Guided Tours are available year-round.
Accommodation and prices may vary throughout the year.
Please contact us for Custom-Made Tours

Guest Reviews about this Tour

Road Self-Guided Bike Tour

This was a great one to do with the kids — terrain was do-able and while there was cultural interest, we weren’t spending a couple of hours a day at museums as we did in several cities in Italy (which our 11 year old would not have liked) or focusing much on the wine as we did there.

Hammond Family – UK


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