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Located within the city walls, the Évora Olive Hotel has revitalized an iconic and historic building in Évora - the Eborim Shopping Center - transforming the shopping area and the place where movies were watched into a hotel open to all international, regional and local visitors.

Inspired by the theme of olive oil, this hotel promotes true sensory experiences for those who want to know more about our golden nectar - Olive Oil - examples of this are the olive oil on demand, and the relaxing and invigorating massages with olive oil and lavender.

Ideal for those traveling in group, family, with their other half or friends, for those who like to know new cultures, enjoy calm and contemplation, stroll and enjoy natural and authentic scenery, absorb the authenticity of people or simply relax, no stress, no rush.

It is located within the walls, near places such as the S. Francisco Church, the Chapel of Bones and the D. Manuel Palace, ideal for those who like to know the city walking, freely and without schedules. With a privileged location, the hotel is just minutes away from many cultural and leisure attractions that can be discovered in this picturesque, medieval city with an important legacy left by the Romans and Moors, such as the Temple of Diana, the Plaza do Giraldo, the Sé Catedral de Évora, among many other places to visit for those who love photography.

Whether traveling for business or for an event, Évora Olive Hotel is the right choice, as it has all the amenities for business travelers and is located close to such cities as Lisbon, Beja and Badajoz.

The Hotel, the Alentejo and the Olive Oil

Évora Olive Hotel is located in the Alentejo, in the heart of the Alentejo.

Évora is its home, olive trees and olive oil the elements connecting the hotel to the region, to the land.

It is right here, in the Alentejo, that the first initiatives dedicated to the golden nectar are starting to appear, an emphasis going out to Rota do Azeite [Olive Oil Route]. The connection of Évora Olive Hotel to Olive Oil is wonderfully underlined with the contemporary style of its areas and the different architectural environments, where the olive oil production process is revealed, step by step, to guests and to anyone interested.


A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1986, Évora is in the heart of the Alentejo region. A gothic-style city, where it is easy to get drawn in by the local charm.

The legacy left behind by the Romans and the Moors is on prominent display in the picturesque squares and medieval cobbled streets. A true journey back in time under the same archways, where modern shops cross paths with the artisans who keep Évora's history timeless.

From gastronomic wonders to golden fields, it's easy to fall in love with the serenity of the Alentejo. 

An unhurried city , where the cante alentejano (folk songs) surprises you when you least expect it, and the warmth of the locals envelopes you in the magic of Évora. 
Points of Interest: Évora Cathedral, Roman Temple, Giraldo Square, Church of St. Francis (Chapel of Bones), Museum of Évora, Água de Prata Aqueduct, Megalithic Monuments. 

A holiday destination to consider, where it is easy to get lost traveling alone or accompanied. 

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