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This is an old castle ruin that's in the middle of nowhere, which means you basically can have the run of the place practically to yourself. You walk on the walls or just stroll around. It can be tough to get to (car only), but...More
We were the only people in the castle during our visit which was nice for pictures. The castle, like a lot of the castles we've been to in Portugal, is very interesting just to imagine what it was like back in the day. the town...More
Construction of the Linhares da Beira Castle commenced at the end of the 11th century. Its fortifications were enhanced during the 13th century (King Dom Dinis) and 14th century (King Dom Fernando) when it was part of a line of fortifications in the Beira region....More
Totally recommended for visit, the castle as the village of Linhares da Beira. Only the walls are visitable, not inside the castle but is worthy. The village is nice and pitoresque to walk through the narrow steets.
We picked the right time to arrive here, as there seemed to some sort of festival on so we got access to the tower and had the opportunity to see some local products in a market. The views of the surrounding countryside are spectacular. The...More
Travelled to the Guarda region and decided to visit this castle and town based on reviews. What a pleasant little place!
We went inside the castle and took the 3k walk around the town. Highly recommend a visit if you're in the area.