Along the year we get in place different events to show our delicacies.
The landscape, history and cuisine. A village that grasps the most demanding tastes.
Goat / Lamb “ensopado”
The lamb and the bread, baked the day before, join in a beautiful broth that melts in the mouth and remains forever in your memory. A dish that your palate will not forget.
Migas de Pão / Enchidos e carnes fritas
The poverty and the scarcity of the past are one of the creative weapons of Alentejo cuisine. Mastering the basics sets you on a path where creativity kicks in and makes the difference. Migas is of the icons of the Alentejo cuisine.
Alhada de Cação
Across town you will be tempted to try the delicacy of Alto Alentejo. The richness and creaminess of the broth of Cação will leave you dreaming of it in the cold days to come.
Sarapatel / Sopas de Cachola
Born in the north of Alentejo, “Sopas de Sarapatel” and “Sopas de Cachola”, are two typical recipes where Alentejo freshness is meaty flavors flourish.
If codfish can boast 500 recipes, chestnut can boast innumerous spread across the region. Once more Alentejo creativity kicks and these dishes are the perfect result of it.
Know the best places to savor the village gastronomy.
Pull a chair and sit at the table with the flavors of Alentejo.
Unforgettable for those who leave, unique for the ones who stay. Moreover a pleasant surprise for those who have never crossed Marvão. Discover us on your map and come visit this special village in the district of Portalegre.