Reguengos de Monsaraz, Alentejo city, seat of a markedly agricultural municipality, framed in the magnificent Alentejo plain and in the blue of Albufeira do Alqueva, Reguengos de Monsaraz is famous above all for the quality of wine produced in this region. It is often called the "eagle's nest", because it is at the top of a hill, standing out in the Alentejo plains.
The surrounding nature is the main attaction of Reguengos de Monsaraz, with the peace of mind characteristic of Alentejo, with, several points of interest in this beautiful region, such as the Church of St. Antonio (19th century, in neo-Gothic style), or Herdade do Esporão, and all the megalithic heritage found throughout the county.
A region of well-maintained and cherished traditions, it is also known for the quality of its handicrafts recognized at national level, as is the case of the pottery of São Pedro do Corval, the first pottery center of the country, and the famous manufacture of blankets of Reguengos, which goes back to the village own origins.
The history of Reguengos de Monsaraz is intertwined with that of Monsaraz, one of the most important villages in the municipality, and one of the most beautiful in Alentejo and the country. This is a region of ancient human occupation, and at its limits are numerous Paleolithic traces that confirm the existence of cultures from another time.