Things to see and do - Caramulo
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Caramulo Travel guide
Caramulo : Michelin's recommendations
This is a spa resort, stuck at a height of 800m to the slopes of the Serra Caramulo which is a schist and granite massif. You will cross thick vegetation where pines stand alongside oaks and chestnut trees, and some cultivation (maize, vines, olive trees). The western slope, which descends gently to the coastal plain of Aveiro, is the opposite of the eastern slope whose geography is more uneven and is cut by the tributaries of the Mondego.
Tourist attractions Caramulo : Things to see and do
Rte de Cabeço da Neve
This, the highest point (1 075 m) of the Serra de Caramulo is an excellent belvedere over Serra Lapa in the northeast, Serra d'Estrela in the southeast, Serras de Lousã and de Buçaco in the south, the coastal plain in the west, and finally, the Serra..
Av. Dr Abel Lacerda
This museum also known as the Abel de Lacerda Foundation, after its founder, has two sections, a modern and old art exhibition and a car museum. The first includes several statues from the 15C Portuguese school including a Virgin and Child, a set of ..
From this belvedere situated at a height of 1 062 m, you have an impressive panoramic view over the rocky block fields of the Serra de Caramulo.
Av. Dr. Abel Lacerda P - 3475-031 Caramulo
Peacefully located in the former spa resort town of Caramulo, this hotel offers rustic-style rooms overlooking the Besteiros Valley and mountains. It features indoor and outdoor pools and a spa. Each of Caramulo Congress Hotel & SPA’s air-conditione..