The tourist value of the “Lands of the Great Lake” is well appreciated by the Tourism Region of Évora and the Portuguese government. The dam embraces the valleys of the Guadiana and Degebe rivers as well as the Alcarrache, Zebro e Lucefecit streams. Through its proximity to the villages and towns of the Alentejo, it offers real potential for tourist development. These communities stand to benefit greatly from an inflow of tourists, attracted by the leisure and recreational opportunities of the Alqueva waters and their margins.
The Great Lake is encircled by ways and circuits that allow wonderful strolls for the bicycle. You can enjoy them while discovering the nature or shopping. The bicycle is an excellent means of transportation to reach the lakeside villages, going shopping for fresh bread, vegetables and other foods.
ID card and statement of responsibility required
Deposit is required: 300 euros.