Monsanto Village (granite made, inhabited since Lower Palaeolithic / Ice Ages) - Portugal

Monsanto Village (granite made, inhabited since Lower Palaeolithic / Ice Ages) - Portugal Good to see that old things are still standing strong.

Historical Piodão schist village - Portugal

Stone houses at the Country :Portugal Village: Piódão Photo: VisitPortugal

Pego Beach, Comporta - Portugal

Infinity Beach, Praia do Pego, na Comporta, Alentejo Region, Portugal

Monsanto Village (granite made, inhabited since Lower Palaeolithic / Ice Ages) - Portugal

Monsanto Village (granite made, inhabited since Lower Palaeolithic / Ice Ages) - Portugal - Camilo Rego

Carvoeiro, Algarve - Portugal

Carvoeiro, Algarve - Portugal

Crasto pool (Arq. Souto Moura) overlooking The Douro Valley (UNESCO World Heritage, home of Port wine) - Portugal

Souto Moura) overlooking The Douro Valley (UNESCO World Heritage, home of Port wine) - Portugal

Monsanto Village (granite made, inhabited since Lower Palaeolithic / Ice Ages) - Portugal

The village is named after the mountain Monsanto and is known for being the most Portuguese village in Portugal. The place is marvelous and looks like from a fantasy movie.

The Douro vineyards (UNESCO World Heritage, home of Port wine) - Portugal

Port is a produced exclusively in the Douro Valley in the northern provinces of Portugal.

Monsanto Village (granite made, inhabited since Lower Palaeolithic / Ice Ages) - Portugal

Among the Estrela Mountains in Portugal, a tall cliff, there is a medieval village called Monsanto, which is called "most Portuguese village of Portugal", where well preserved the deepest root of the Portuguese culture

Arrábida Natural Park beaches @ Setúbal - Portugal

Arrábida Natural Park beaches @ Setúbal - Portugal - one of my favourite places

Crasto pool (Arq. Souto Moura) overlooking The Douro Valley (UNESCO World Heritage, home of Port wine) - Portugal

Crasto pool @ Douro Valley (UNESCO World Heritage, home of Port wine) - Portugal

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