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Houses with culm rooftops, espigueiros (small cereal warehouses) and a communal oven in this mountain village. The craftwork, namely the manufacturing of the wool, are quite important. The traditional "Jogo do Pau" (a warrior game where the participants fight each other with wood sticks) still lives on here, thanks to a school where that art is taught.
A village with dispersed houses, located on a plain by the mountainous hillside. The villag hasa fvery old streets, with rural granite houses, culm rooftops and sun clocks. A special note to thirteen water mills on the Covelo river and to springs with clothes washing areas. The local crafstwork includes the wool stockings, the molhelhas and the crossas.
A high mountain area, where the rocks are used on the houses, mostly with culm rooftops. A special note to the small chapels, devoted to Saint António, the espigueiros (small cereal warehouses) and a 1753 stone chapel, devoted to Saint António, with crosses on the walls. The craftswork includes handmadee linen objects.
Estrada do Guincho - EN 247
Built during the reign of Dom João IV, this fortress still maintains its primitive structure with its scuttles, its patrol walk and its stairways. The barrack, located in the middle of the stronghold and of the two waters rooftop, is very well preserved.
Rua General Humberto Delgado, 5
In the village of Aljustrel, Alentejo, was installed, in 2013, the Hotel Villa Aljustrel, a four storey building architected by Carlos Ganhão. The strokes are contemporary, sober and 33 rooms very spacious. This three stars also integrates Wire restaurant of olive oil, a gym with sauna and Turkish bath, and a rooftop bar with panoramic views.
4860, Vilar de Cunhas
Onc named Casal da Urzeira due to the larg quantity of heather in the surrounding hills, Uz is a small traditional village. Its small rural, rustic houses, with culm rooftops and espigueiros (small ceral warehouses) clearly show its typical atmosphere.
Located on a fertile valley surrounded by the ocks of the Freita massif, this rustic village is composed of granite constructions with slate rooftops that still hav thei original aspect. The inhabitants ar farmrs and cattle raisers. For those who enjoy hunting and a nice meal, there is an old hunters association that organizes vents and offers lodging.
Rua Ramalho Ortigao, 14
Located 50 metres away from Aliados Metro Station in the heart of Porto’s historic city centre, Vera Cruz Hotel offers a rooftop terrace with views across the Aliados Avenue and a 24-hour front desk. The air-conditioned rooms at the Vera Cruz Hotel have double-glazed windows, satellite TV and private bathrooms with luxury amenities. Some rooms have a spacious work desk, and suites have private balconies. Continental breakfast is prepared with local ingredients and can be enjoyed on the rooftop terrace. There are also many restaurants and bars within a few minutes’ walk. By metro, Vera Cruz Hotel is 30 minutes' …
A village located in a lush valley with narrow streets, tradtional farm houses with culm rooftops and rural houses, namely the Gaspar House, the Cabo House, the Seixo House and the Carvalinha House. A special note to the Chapel of Our Lady of Remédios (Remedies), to the "alminhas", on a wall that protects the water spring, the "canastros" that stand on stone pillars and several sun clocks. The "crossas" stand out in the local craftswork.
5460, Vilarinho Seco
Located on the foothils of Barroso Mountain, Vilarinho Seco is one of the most well preserved and characteristic villages in the region. The granite espigueiros (small cereal warehouses), the houses with culm rooftops and some of the inhabitants in traditional clothes create an interesting traditional atmosphere. In the centre, there are a square with the tank, the crucifix and the chapel, an impressive example of the popular architcture. It has a communal oven.