Vila de Marvão - Serra de São Mamede em Portalegre
Ammaia, Marvão, Portalegre, Portugal The Roman ruins of Ammaia, located within Nature Park of the Serra de São Mamede, a mountainous extense of forest in the civil parish of São Salvador da Aramenha, municipality of Marvão, Portugal, along the border with Spain.
Sunset in Vale Lourenço 3km south of the peak of the Parque Natural da Serra de São Mamede.
Portalegre - strategically positioned on a low plateau of the Sao Mamede mountain, Portalegre is of Roman origin. Fortified by King Dinis, it acquired the city status in 1550. #Marvao #Alentejo #Portugal #travel #hotel #Boutiquehotelpoejo
Ruins of an ancient Roman city, Ammaia, are located in the Parque Natural da Serra de São Mamede (Marvão). In his era, "Ammaia", was located in what was then a Roman province of Lusitania, had an administrative territory that encompassed much of the current district of Portalegre and also extended to the territory, today Spanish. Identified and studied from the 1930s, its ruins are classified as a National Monument, since 1949.
O restaurante Tomba Lobos abriu no dia 10 de junho de 2014, assinalando o regresso a "casa" do chefe José Júlio Vintém. Em plena Serra de São Mamede, em Portalegre, a boa gastronomia alentejana, seja
The Serra de São Mamede, a Natural Park , is at the junction of the Mediterranean and Atlantic climatic zones combining to give a diverse fauna and flora typical of both.Cork oak woodlands and olive groves mingle with sweet chestnut and pyrenean oak and botanists will be interested in the numerous types of wild flowers found here.
Portalegre, Alentejo - Portugal by Portuguese_eyes, via Flickr - strategically positioned on a low plateau of the Sao Mamede mountain, Portalegre is of Roman origin. Fortified by King Dinis, it acquired the city status in 1550. #Alentejo #Portugal