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Wild bull tour, Évora, Alentejo


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Toiro Bravo, discover this amazing animal in a natural surrounding in the hearth of Alentejo
Full or half Day tours

Alentejo is one of the main districts in Portugal for breeding the wild black bulls, used for the bull fights and for stud farms. These bulls roam freely through the vast Alentejo landscapes on the many farms in Alentejo that breed this emblamatic animal.

On this tour you will visit one of the oldest and more reputable Portuguese wild bull breeders in the region. Managed for centuries by the same family.
A visit to the farm helps you understand this secular activity of breeding majestic bulls. With this tour you will witness true wild bulls with almost no human contact. Have a guided tour trough the property and get the once in a life time opportunity to observe this brave animal in full liberty and in harmony with nature.

Enjoy the Alentejo landscapes and the typical calm of the rural lifestyle of this region.

On the full day tour you will have Lunch in one of the most hidden secrets of our gastronomy with the best views you will find.

After lunch you will visit one of the most impressive monuments for rural culture of the region, Sanctuary of Nossa Senhora D’Aires. Recognized by its architecture and legends the Nossa Senhora de Aires Santuary in Viana do Alentejo, it is still in our present day an important destination for pilgrims to Alentejo.
Half Day

The half day tour includes only the visit to the wild bull property.

Itinerary: Full Day
Departure at 10h00 – Évora City Center
Visit to the Wild Bulls
Lunch – from 12h30 to 14h00
Visit to Nossa Senhora de Aires Sanctuary
Arrival aprox. at 16h30 – Évora City Center
Price: Minimum group 4 €95 per person
6 – 8 people €90 per person
Children from 8 – 12 €55
Price includes van, guide, lunch, insurance.

Half Day (Morning)
Departure at 10h00 – Évora City Center
Visit to the wild bulls
Arrival aprox. at 13h00 – Évora City Center

Half Day (Afternoon)
Departure at 14h30 – Évora City Center
Visit to the Wild Bulls
Arrival aprox. at 17h30 – Évora City Center

Half day tour prices:

Minimum group 4 €70 per person
6 – 8 people €65 per person
Children from 8 – 12 €45
Price includes van, guide, insurance.

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