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Join us for an immersive journey into the world of traditional goat cheese making at our farm. This hands-on experience offers a unique opportunity to engage with the rural lifestyle, guided by the expert shepherd Celso and his diverse animal family, including goats, shepherd dogs, geese, and more.

Begin by interacting with the goats, where you'll have the option to partake in the milking process, gaining first-hand insight into the art of collecting fresh milk. Next, we'll delve into the age-old craft of cheese making. Under our guidance, you'll learn to transform milk into artisanal goat cheese, infusing your own blend of herbs and spices to create a flavour that's distinctly yours.

The experience doesn't just end with cheese making. You'll have the pleasure of tasting your handmade cheese, complemented by a variety of local delicacies.

Whether you choose to enjoy this culinary masterpiece on-site or take it home to share with loved ones, it promises to be a delightful addition to any meal.Perfect for groups, families, or individuals, this experience is more than just a lesson in cheese making; it's a window into the authentic Alentejo lifestyle, promising memories that will last a lifetime.

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Location:       Herdade dos Alfanges, Viana do Alentejo (27km south of Evora)

Duration:       2-3 hours

Includes:     - Milking of goats
                     - Artisanal cheese making on the farm
                     - Tasting of cheese with other regional products

Price:             45.00 Euro/participant, for a minimum of 2 people.                                  

                       30.00 Euro/participant for groups of 6 or more                    

                       Children until 12 years of age pay half price

Tours are available in Portuguese, English, German, and French


Enhance your experience by pairing this tour with our exclusive "Discover the World of Olives and Olive Oil" journey. It's a perfect opportunity to delve deeper into the rich traditions of local agriculture and culinary arts.

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