Results for rooftops in Portugal
This preserved village was built in granite with typical regional schist rooftops.
A small traditional village that has granite houses with culm rooftops.
One of the smallest villages in Portugal. Its last remaining houses are made of schist that was also used on the pavements and on the rooftops.
A traditional village composed of rural granite houses with culm rooftops. It belongs to the Alvão Natural Park.
A typical, small mountain village, faithful to its origins, with regional houses, some with culm rooftops, and the traditional mills.
This village, surrounded by an astonishing landscape, features a traditional atmosphere, with the typical granite houses and culm rooftops.
A village located at the National Park Peneda-Gerês that features the traditional granite houses with culm rooftops.
A set of rustic houses, some of which with culm rooftops. A special note to the local espigueiros (small cereal warehouses).
A small, typical mountain village, faithful to its origins, with regional houses, some with culm rooftops, and the traditional mills.
Built in 1896, this is a replica of the model of the palaces in Cascais. It has 2 water rooftops, multiplied in the attic.