Hotel D.Joao Iii

Address: Avenida Da Liberdade, Portalegre, Alentejo, 7300, Portugal | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenida Da Liberdade, Portalegre, is near Cabo do Sao Vicente.
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Travel Blogs from Portalegre

White Mountain Top Villages of the Alentejo Alto

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 11, 2015

74 photos

... be the place for the night. I found a small room with a great view towards the northeast for 30 Euros for the night and took an evening wander around and into the castle which was open until dusk and around the gorgeous little town. It supposedly has a current population of 150, which suggests that it’s been largely depopulated and now consists mostly of the weekend homes of urban dwellers and lots of rooms for rent to tourists like ...

THE AZORES: WARMING UP

A travel blog entry by quaytravel on Jan 23, 2015

Red-faced comedian Tom O'Connor is on the bill tonight. His show should round off what has been a pleasant day in the Azores, the first stop on our journey across the Atlantic. The weather has been dry and bright, much better than the last time we came here when rain and low cloud prevented us from seeing the crater lakes. ...

A pleasant day in Marvoa

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 18, 2014

5 comments, 23 photos

... an important role in several conflicts.

The castle walls completely encloses the village of white-washed houses, a Pousada, and several small hotels. Built by King Dinis in about 1299, the castle dominates the village. The castle has spectacular views south, west towards the Serra de Sao Mamede, and east to Spain.

We left the Pousada to visited the castle this morning. When we arrived yesterday, it was hot. ...

Driving from Coimbra to Marvoa

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 17, 2014

12 photos

... century. It is a maze once you are inside. We spent about half our time there trying to figure out how to get out.

We enjoyed seeing the beautiful wall tiles (17th century). The chapel was also very beautiful. The chapel has had some restoration work done. Many of the decoration on the outside of the building were in deteriorating condition, but still amazing to see. However, I think we enjoyed seeing the rooms that supported everyday life, such as ...

Spectacular Marvão

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 11, 2014

65 photos

... found shady spots to paint the picture-postcard scenes of the village.

We visited the citadel in the early afternoon and just before sundown, we got a good workout walking up and down the quaint lanes and city walls.

We enjoyed a fabulous traditional meal of lamb and pork and migas, a tasty mixture of potatoes, bread, bell peppers and herbs. A lot more meat than we would ordinarily choose, but very tasty.
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