Casa de Assumar

Outubro 23, Portalegre, Alentejo, 7450-024, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Portalegre

The waiting game!

A travel blog entry by mattd7

... and settle for a bit so can travel, but more spaced out and enjoy some things slightly better with money behind us. The people at this vineyard are sending us crazy, three young annoying english girls who are loud and stupid, on top of this, Alan is always telling the same old long winded boring stories, that we have already heard 3 times over. The stress of organising everything on top of the annoying company is sending us a bit crazy. The work has become tedious, apart from ...

Life on a vineyard

A travel blog entry by mattd7

... we had to wait in the car for about half an hour. We finally make it to their house, driving down a long very, very bumpy road. Alan and Lara seem very nice and talkative, and the area seems quite remote but pretty none the less. As we pull up we are told to stay in the car until they let the dogs out so they know we are with them and don't attack us, which was slightly off putting. They have 3 very big dogs, that look like a cross between a Rottweiler and an Alsatian! ...

Castelo de Vide

A travel blog entry by lynnib


... and wandered around its narrow alleys - just about wide enough to accommodate the occasional car - with its pretty whitewashed dwellings, some with Jewish symbols carved into the door frames. There is also a synagogue dating back to the 14th century which is now a museum depicting the existence of the community. Further up the hill, we entered through the walls to explore the maze of streets of the impressively preserved medieval part of ...

Beira by bike

A travel blog entry by lynnib


... a coffee before moving on to the railway station which used to be the first stop in Portugal after crossing the border from Spain but trains no longer run along this line. It is still well worth a look, however, to admire the surviving platform which is decorated with several local scenes depicted on blue and white tiles, and signs above doorways announcing 'passports' and 'customs'. The adjacent former station hotel is now ...

Marvellous Marvao

A travel blog entry by lynnib


... that had to last for up to six months if the castle was under siege given that there is no other source on the top. As with the town, much of the castle also has accessible pathways around its walls from which to get yet more stunning views, but the highest point is at the top of the keep where there is a fantastic 360 degree panorama of the surrounding countryside and across the town below. Sightseeing over for the day, we drove back to the caravan for a bite ...


This hotel, located on Outubro 23, Portalegre, is near Cabo do Sao Vicente.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding