1. Villa Pedra is inspired by the triad of Roman Villas that dominate the region. The Romans, knowing the exceptional characteristics of this territory, settled here and developed important urban poles, in the centre of which is Villa Pedra.
2. It is a small fluviokarst canyon of the pre-glacial epoch, whose slopes dug under the rock and small caves served as shelter for men and herds.
3. The urban nucleus offers important monuments. The highlight goes to the Castle and to the São Miguel’s Church.
4. The region offers a variety of interesting arts and crafts, like the wicker basketry and the patchwork quilts. Find them at the local weekly markets.
5. The green landscape, the peacefulness and the freshness of the Represas Naturais da Louçainha makes it one of the most pleasant places in the region.
6. With the Atlantic only 45 km away, it’s easy to have a fantastic day at the beach, to break the routine on a longer stay.