Caminha Travel guide
Caminha : Michelin's recommendations
Its strategic position at the confluence of the Coura and Minho from which it controlled the estuary by looking down on the Spanish bank from Mount Santa Tecla, meant that the fortified town of Caminha was used to defend the north border of Portugal against the Galicians... Today it is a small fishing port and a craft centre specialising in brasswork.
Tourist attractions Caminha : Things to see and do
Conselheiro P - 4910 Caminha
The old buildings which are set about a 16C granite fountain give a medieval feel to this square. In the south, the Palace of Pitas (15C) is a Gothic building whose façade, covered in coats-of-arms, boasts accoladed windows. The meeting room in the..
Rua Ricardo Joaquim Sousa P - 4910 Caminha
This granite fortress-church was built in the 15-16C by architects from Galicia and Biscay. Apart from a few Gothic features (pinnacles) this church is essentially Renaissance in style - the portals and façades in particular. The southern lateral por..
Praça Conselheiro Silva Torres nº 8 P - 4910-122 Caminha
Located in Caminha, Design & Wine Hotel combines contemporary and historical 18th-century design. It offers traditional Portuguese wines and features a restaurant and a hot tub. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Design & Wine Hotel has modern room..
Rua Ricardo Joaquim de Sousa 111 P - 4910-155 Caminha
Old stone house in the historic district. Inside is a rustic-style dining room with somewhat tight seating. Pleasant homey feel about it.
Rua Visconde Sousa Rego 85 P - 4910-156 Caminha
Family business that has done well. Notably Sombre décor with stone and tiles in the Portuguese style. Select ingredients.