Hotel Rural Quinta de Bispos

Rua dos Bispos, Campo de Besteiros, Caramulo, Beiras, 3465-021, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua dos Bispos, Campo de Besteiros, Caramulo, is near Tagus Natural Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Caramulo

    Luso..the spring of Portugal

    A travel blog entry by garbogaz on Aug 09, 2014

    Where in gods name is Luso and why on earth would anyone detour and stay there? These my friends are valid questions but anyone who travels with Gary ******** tours knows to expect the unexpected. We drove from Lisbon and turned off the E1 towards Luso. The majority of bottled water sold in Portugal comes from Luso,it's a spa town ,population 2300. Our hotel was 2star but as usual the photos on booking .com had it looking much better than ...

    Aveiro and Agueda

    A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 18, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to Agueda afterward. The small town was having an umbrella festival, and they hung umbrellas of different colours along the length of a few streets. In addition to cooling the street down, it made everything very colorful. For dinner, we drove to Luso; a town just below Bussaco Palace. The town is famous for its water spring. There is even a place where people can freely fill up drinkable spring water. We went to a restaurant called Pedra de Sal. ...

    Coimbra and Bussaco

    A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 17, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... a woman sculpture holding up a light at the bottom of its handrail. The stairs lead to a covered walkway with several doors to the interior. A 2 stories structure sits above the walkway with a huge beautifully stained glass window facing the right. Gargoyles protrudes from all sides of the building. On the right, opposite to the stain glass window, there is what appears to be an arch with a church bell. A simpler building sits under that, but is attached ...

    Day 25 the final leg .

    A travel blog entry by andrew.is.nuts on Jun 19, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    Treixsedo station on the Ecopista do Dao to Villa Boa, Mortagua 18 miles I left the comfort of my cosy hammock at 8am and made some tea and found some biscuits. I then returned to the comfy hammock for another hour. Having eaten all my biscuits and used my last tea bag, I got up and packed up the camp and was back on my bike by ten o'clock. I continued on the Ecopista Do Dao for another couple of miles ...

    Day 24 Vila cha de as to somewhere

    A travel blog entry by andrew.is.nuts on Jun 18, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Along the ecopista do doa . 23 miles Dragging my heels waiting for my wife to arrive at mummy's before me . After waking at 8 and having breakfast of ham and cheese rolls and fruit and yogurt ,coffee and orange juice I checked out about 11 and hit the hills straight away .the first 5 miles where challenging but then I hit ...