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Baixo Alentejo is a region in southern Portugal.
- 1 Alcácer do Sal — a very old town on top of a hill, by the Sado river. The municipality includes the seaside village of Comporta.
- 2 Beja — sits on a high hill overlooking beautiful and fertile valleys that produce cereals, olive oil, and wine
- 3 Grândola — a town known for singer Zeca Afonso as "Vila Morena" (tawny town), with a mountain of the same name
- 4 Odemira — the largest municipality in Portugal by area. It includes the seaside village of Zambujeira do Mar with fine sandy beaches and traditional architecture; it is part of the Nature Park of the Southwest Alentejo
- 5 Santiago do Cacém — it has Roman ruins, a Moorish castle, and a 13th-century church
- 1 Badoca Safari Park
- 2 Guadiana Valley Natural Park — includes the Pulo do Lobo, a where the waters of the Guadiana fall about 20 m through a rocky gorge
- 3 Natural Reserve of the Lagoons of Santo André and Santa Sancha
- 4 Sado Estuary Natural Reserve — a nesting, resting or wintering spot for many of 221 species of birds that have been recorded here
Baixo Alentejo (BIGH-shoo uh-lehn-TAY-zhoo, /ˈbaj.ʃu ɐ.ɫẽ.ˈtɐj.ʒu/)