Castro da Sancha
Erected on top of a hill 665 meters above sea level, and with a great mastery over the surrounding landscape, this fortified Iron Age settlement stands out for its trapezoidal plan which give it three lines of walls of granite, being the housing zone bounded by the first line of wall torn by three access entries. On site has collected a considerable number of potsherds smooth and decorated, which attests to the three periods of occupation checked in this town: the iron age, the Romanisation and the medieval times. In addition to these elements, were also exhumed several numismas, fibulae, cossouros, granite millstones, spearheads, a knife, an axe and three Roman epigraphs.
- Difficult external parking
- Archeological sites
- Visitable (no guide)
Monuments near Castro da Sancha
Fonte Luminosa de Sabrosa
Lake in the urban centre with multiple points of water and lit.
Casa da Pereira
Although the certainties are not absolute, everything leads to believe that Ferdinand Magellan was born in this House, and there is even reference to Sabrosa i…
Fonte do Largo Doutor Sá Fernandes
Late-Baroque fountain with two semi-circular spouts. Features of the village and coat colour chart with date of construction.