Castle and Walled Town de Numão
Location N 41° 5’ 56.28” | W 7° 17’ 22.23”
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The first reference to this castle dates from 960. Widely dominating visually, has a vast walled perimeter, probably built in the Early Middle Age.

The wall had four doors and fifteen towers, of which left six. Inside the fence you see remains of buildings, the Romanesque church of St. Mary and a cistern.

Outside is the pre-Romanesque chapel of St. Peter and a necropolis with tem anthropomorphic graves.

    Getting there:

    Near the village of Numão, seat of Numão parish, council of Vila Nova de Foz Côa, Guarda district; the access is by a path from the village of Numão.


    Free visit