The 10 Best Things to Do in Aljustrel, Portugal

July 18, 2017 Carley Gatson

Aljustrel (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐɫʒuʃˈtɾɛɫ]) is a town and a municipality in the Portuguese district of Beja. The population in 2011 was 9,257, in an area of 458.47 km². The present mayor is Nelson Domingos Brito, elected by the Socialist Party. The municipal holiday is June 13.
Restaurants in Aljustrel

1. Museu Municipal de Aljustrel MuMA

Rua Sao Joao de Deus 19, Aljustrel 7600-116, Portugal +351 284 600 170
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

Museu Municipal de Aljustrel MuMA

Aljustrel has a remarkable archeological heritage, admired both in Portugal and in foreign countries, as result of a century of research in archeological sites around Aljustrel. Deposits of archaeological and ethnographic material as resulted in a wide collection that invites you to a journey in time, trough artifacts used by the people that settled in Aljustrel since the most remote periods of mankind. The Museu Municipal de Aljustrel aims to be a research center for learning and innovation, providing you the knowledge and technical means available.

Reviewed By gwraig66 - Flint, United Kingdom

This Museum is full of the History and Information and bring the Pilgrim into the atmosphere in which the the three children must have experienced by Our Blessed Lady's Apparitions to them. The village of Aljustrel is very peaceful and presents to visitors the chance...MoreSorry but you've posted your evaluation on the wrong museum, the MuMA is an archaeological museum in Alentejo (southern Portugal). However, we understand the confusion because our villages have the same name (Aljustrel). Thank you very much. Artur Martins

2. Minas de Aljustrel

Aljustrel 7600, Portugal
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Minas de Aljustrel

Reviewed By 47Ernesto47 - Lisbon, Portugal

Todo o espaço exterior esta a ser beneficiado para mais tarde ser ajardinado , ainda se podem ver construcoes de quando o trabalho era feito à moda antiga . Espaço muito interessante e agradavel para quem gosta de passear e tirar fotografias. Visita a efectuar com marcação previa.

3. Igreja da Conceicao

Rua de Almodovar, Castro Verde 7780-171, Portugal
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4 based on 29 reviews

Igreja da Conceicao

Reviewed By GN100 - UK

Amazing old tiled interior depicting historical scenes. Very well cared for but unfortunately one or two tiles are now missing, due to the usual funding problems. The local residents are very proud of the building and were happy to show us round.

4. Casa-Museu de Aljustrel

Rua dos Pastorinhos, Aljustrel, Portugal +351 249 532 828
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Casa-Museu de Aljustrel

Reviewed By Patrick D - Warsaw, Poland

House museum with an exhibition on the life and customs of this region. We can see objects used at that time, such as tools, furniture and clothing,, Interesting

5. Museu da Ruralidade

Rua da Madalena, Castro Verde 7780-328, Portugal +351 286 915 329
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The museu da ruralidade's philosophy based its logical intervention around two structural references: identity and territory. identity because it seeks recovery and dignify the memory of a community.territory because it seeks to expand its operation to the entire region of castro verde. located in a rural zone, in the museum can be seen agricultural equipment.

Reviewed By Graham C - Castro Verde

The museum is in the village of Entradas, which is 10km from Castro Verde along the road to Beja (Lower Alentejo area of Portugal). The village itself is well worth a visit - very attractive with its central Gardens. The museum is relatively recent in construction and has been designed and constructed to show its excellent exhibits in a really effective manner. There is a lot to interest visitors to the museum (English spoken) - it really is one to be recommended. Have lunch in Castro Verde or Beja then spend a really interesting afternoon in Entradas and its museum.

6. Valinhos Sanctuary

Via sacra, Aljustrel, Portugal
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Valinhos Sanctuary

Reviewed By Patrick D - Warsaw, Poland

Valinhos Sanctuary is located 1km from the village of Aljustrel and 4km from Fatima !! So about 5km walk from Fatima , notice to the fans !! Better to go by car or catch the small touristic train at Fatima ..Departing from Aljustrel you can walk along the via Sacra. , way the shepherds of Aljustrel borrowed to go to Cova da Iria .... At the end of the Cross is Hungarian Calvary Chapel Golden Santo Estêvão.
Along the way we will see Loca do Anjo, where children received the "Peace Angel" for the first and the third time
Nice walk in the Nature under the tree., Very peaceful ..
free parking wat the entrance

7. Castelo de Messejana

Rua de Messejana, Aljustrel 7600-075, Portugal
Castelo de Messejana

8. Casa de Santa Vitoria

Herdade da Malhada, Beja 7800-730, Portugal +351 284 970 170
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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.

9. Castelo de Aljustrel

Aljustrel, Portugal
Castelo de Aljustrel

10. Cerro da Mangancha

Rua Rio de Moinhos, Aljustrel 7600-113, Portugal
Cerro da Mangancha

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