Alcácer is one of the oldest cities in Europe with history that dates back to 1000 B.C. Initially occupied by the Phoenicians due to its fertile lands, its diverse fishing grounds and even its central location to Europe and Africa. Later on, Alcácer shifted towards a Roman village and after that a Mourish town until the 12th century when King Afonso Henriques conquered it from the Mours.
- Equipped kitchen
- River view
Currently the municipality of Alcácer do Sal has 13,000 habitants over 1500km2 being the biggest municipality by land size in Portugal. The city of Alcácer is the center of the municipality with over 6700 habitants, its historical beauty and unique scenery is what makes this city a true hidden gem. From its well preserved castle from the 12th century or the once famous rice fields there is multiple things to enjoy in this marvelous city.