A vilage at the Alvão Natural Park, near the Olo river, still faithful to its origins, with its rural granit houses and slate rooftops.It was awarded a charter by Dom Sancho I, in 1196, and was the siege of the parish from 1514 to the 19th century. Of those days, the pillory and the old Town Hall still remain. The natural resources include the Fisgas do Ermelo, one of the biggest waterfalls in Portugal, falling from an altitude of 100 metres.
Villages near Ermelo
A typical village with rural stone houses. It is surrounded by wide swamps. It belongs to the Alvão Natural Park.
A village with granite houses from the 17th and 18th centuries. It belongs to the Alvão Natural Park.