Lisbon, which is the national capital, is situated 85 miles (137 kilometers) northwest of Amoreiras, while Albufeira lies 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the south.
The area around Amoreiras is brimming with natural and cultural attractions, from tourist hotspots to lesser known nooks and crannies. Aljustrel and Sao Teotonio are two other places worth seeing while you're in Alentejo.
While you are on vacation in Amoreiras, see Santiago do Cacem. Approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northwest, this regional city is where you'll find Cercal Touism Information Centre, Lagoa de Santo Andre Beach and Santo Andre Karting Track. Junta de Freguesia de Cercal Do Alentejo, Jardim do Largo Augusto Fuschino and Safari Badoca Park are just a handful of the other interesting visitor attractions in Santiago do Cacem.
To learn about the local culture, go straight to Alentejo's history museums, art museums and theaters. Alentejo has been blessed with some wonderful temples, sure to delight both atheists and the faithful.
The area around Amoreiras offers some great options for active travelers with an affinity for water. Swimming and canoeing are some of the popular choices here. Travelers with special interests will enjoy the area's culinary tours and guided nature walks.
At the end of your holiday in Amoreiras, spend the last of your euros on last minute keepsakes and say Adeus (farewell).