Cadaval

In thefar north of Lisbon, also part of the West Sub-Region, is the municipality of Cadaval. One of the most striking aspects of this municipality is the Serra de Montejunto, whose Regional Protected Landscape Area has attracted more visitors, who flock to this place to explore caves, residual lagoons, necropolises and prehistoric fossils. Vineyards and the famous Rocha pears abound in the municipality’s lands; Painho's sponge cake (pão de ló) is very popular, as is Montejunto honey. Handicrafts include porcelain pieces, basketry, Arraiolos rugs, dried flower arrangements and straw furniture.

What to do in Cadaval

Where to eat in Cadaval

Where to sleep in Cadaval

Artvilla - Casas de Campo
Artvilla - Casas de Campo

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