Lousã Mountain

A group of small villages in which schist and quartzite predominate.

Villages in Lousã Mountain

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Aigra Nova

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Here the friendliness is as contagious as the landscape is serene. Immerse yourself in the Schist Traditions Ecomuseum and visit its various sites.

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Aigra Velha

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Here in the highest village, everything is simple and done following the natural cycle of the surrounding environment.

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Candal

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A soothing resting place for those climbing or descending the mountains. Go onto the top of the village and marvel at the magni

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Casal Novo

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Hidden in dense woodland, it tumbles down the hillside. Make your way down to the threshing floor and enjoy the view over Lousã and its castle.

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Cerdeira

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Walking through the village is a physical and sensory experience. At every step there is a nook, a blind alley, something that one does not know whether it was put there by man or by nature. There are no dissonances. There is just the sound of tranquillit

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Comareira

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If you want to watch the world quietly from a different angle, just sit on the bench at the entrance to the village.

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Pena

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Nestling in the shadow of the Penedos de Góis on the left bank of the Ribeira de Pena, Pena appears to challenge the imposing escarpment on the opposite bank.

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Talasnal

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Explore this village deep in the magical world of Lousã Mountain, hidden among lush vegetation where deer, roebuck, wild boar and many other species lurk.

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