Almeida

Located in a vast high plain overlooking the Côa River, Almeida was one of the most important strongholds in Portugal during Modern Age.

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Belmonte

The Land of the Jews and the Cabrais birthplace, Belmonte is a part of a defensive line which, prior to the signature of the Alcanizes Treaty in 1297, protected Alto Côa.

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Castelo Novo

Like many other raia beirã towns, Castelo Novo grew around its walls with narrow streets which go around the slope until they reach the Keep.

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Castelo Rodrigo

Nowadays, the town of Castelo Rodrigo still keeps its medieval outlines, surrounded by imposing walls which remind us of the identity of its history, often divided between both sides of the border. Discover it!

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Linhares da Beira

Built on the northwest slope of Serra da Estrela, the town of Linhares da Beira rises amidst a wonderful landscape.

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Marialva

Nowadays, with its imposing castle, walls and a solid keep rising from the rocks, Marialva stands out in the Interior Beira landscape, rising like a memory from medieval times.

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Historical Villages of Portugal

It is impossible to resist discovering the numerous tracks that go through the villages and enjoy a walking, riding or car visit. Be inspired by the breathtaking views and take the chance to taste some of the most traditional products in the area.

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