So much beauty in one county! The beautiful village of Torre de Moncorvo is located in the district of Bragança and has several attractions that are well worth visiting.
Already considered by many as the capital of the Romanesque, this municipality in the Douro is a veritable wonder of attractions, offering a huge variety in terms of culture, cuisine, and nature.
First of all, the Douro region has, unconditionally, the same charm and is one of the great wonders of our country, regardless of the season.
For example, in winter, temperatures and the number of tourists decrease, and there is a change in colors and landscapes. However, the characteristic beauty of the Douro does not change and, at any time of the year, the wonder is immense.
Located in the district of Porto, Baião is the least populated municipality (20,000 inhabitants), which does not make it any less interesting. Quite the contrary: there are many charms of Baião, between the Douro and Marão.
In this sense, the giant green area it holds, together with its natural wealth and privileged geographical location, contribute immensely to being a spectacular destination.
Located in the Viseu District, in the Douro and Varosa Valley sub-region, Tarouca is a city full of surprising charms. Landscapes, natural resources, monuments, and historical and cultural heritage have attracted many people over time.
Above all, the Douro region represents a set of simply stunning natural riches, which will never be erased from the memory of those who explore them.
Above all, it is a wonderful trip for wine lovers, but also for people who love to enjoy breathtaking views.
Beforehand, it is blessed by an enormous natural beauty, between the fertile valleys of the Douro River, – the charming Douro village of São João da Pesqueira presents a huge variety of attractions.