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The Fortress of Juromenha is of military architecture, of medieval root, of which still today it maintains a part of the wall of castelejo. Witness of wars and bonds and inclement weather, undoubtedly strategically well situated, was considered one...more
In spite of the misspelling of the name of this castle/fortress, it is well worth the visit. Just be aware that if you enter the name as it is on Trip Advisor right now, it will not show up on GPS. As others have mentioned,...More
This is a fairly large, crumbling Fort complex, well worth the short drive from Androal. Unlike the restored, beautiful Monsaraz, this is interesting to take your time and enjoy various views of the area near the Spanish border, and imagine what life might have been...More
One can only imagine what this fortress was back in the day, but it must have been really imposing for enemies beyond borders.
Built in a strategic place, this fortress is build in a cross format. Inside you have one chapel and one church, and...More
Though it is still in ruins, the place has a special magic. Along the Guadiana River, you can look to Spain, a few meters down, and have a great view to Alqueva. The ruins of Juromenha deserve the stop!