26 Dec Rural getaway to Marvao, in Portugal
Rural tourism is a perfect alternative to traditional trips. Autumn is a perfect time to practice this type of tourism that offers travelers an important offer of nature and outside leisure in valued places.
In Portugal you will find Marvao, a medieval ville that will surprise you because its beauty and wild nature.
Attractions in Marvao
In the Alentejo region and in Portalegre district, you will find one of the most charming places of all Portugal, Marvao. This marvellous ville, located surrounded by mountains, make this destination a place with landscapes and wild nature that make it a candidate to be declared World Heritage by the UNESCO.
This ville is in a territory called La Raya, that separes Spain and Portugal, between Portuguese land and Extremadura, where villages share this place and a huge and interesting history, with a language language hybrid of the two languages, a marvellous gastronomy, unknown traditions and landscapes and villes such as Marvao.
This Portuguese villa tells the story of a territory divided into two countries by each of its monuments, beginning with the castle on a ridge about 800 meters altitude, with stunning views. From this location, called the Eagles Nest, is contemplated with a relaxation the spectacular Sierra de Sanmamede and the Spanish territory.
There are some other monuments like the Roman city of Ammaia, the Quinhentista Bridge or the hermitage of Ntra. Sra. De Penha.
This villa is remarkable for its natural environment, a place calm and quiet where you can enjoy the outdoors with relax.
Visitors can stay in some of the nearby accomodations in Valencia de Alcántara (Spain), from where they can visit the Portuguese medieval ville.