Castelo de Vide
Castelo de Vide is a charming Alentejo village, located in a hill in the São Mamede Mountain range, in a place blessed by nature.
The pituresque white houses come up and down the hill, with the Castle at the top, where centuries of history have left its legacy.
This is a region of ancient human occupation and several megalithic monuments were discovered, like the interesting Meada Menhir.
The town is a glittering example of Alentejo architecture, full of notable works of art, including the largest collection of Gothic portals and one of the most beautiful Jewish quarters in the country.
Castelo de Vide has a luxuriant vegetation, it is considered to be the most Romantic town of the Alentejo, a region that is known for its plain dry terrains.