Castro do Zambujal
Castro do Zambujal is one of the largest Chalcolithic settlements in Western Europe. The fortification is strategically located on a plateau, at the foot of which runs the Ribeira de Pedrulhos, a tributary of the Sizandro River. The central nucleus of the village is characterized by walls with a thickness of more than 15 meters. It is denoted that it was a society that lived from cereals and cattle raising, and that knew how to smelt copper and market it.
- Archeological sites
Monuments near Castro do Zambujal
Castelo de Torres Vedras
Castle located on top of a hill, in an area surrounded by the village. The walls were raised by the Arabs and, later, D. Dinis expanded the fortification and D…
Estátua de Joaquim Agostinho
Joaquim Agostinho was born in Sena and from an early age turned out to be a great athlete. His name became known among the most famous of the world cycling.
Homenagem ao Bombeiro Voluntário
Tribute to the courage of firemen volunteers.