One of the historic villages, Monsanto was once defined as “the most Portuguese village of Portugal”.

In these pages we plan to collect the travelling experiences by the users of Touristrips, and useful information about this place. 

In 1938, Monsanto, a village nestled in the rocks of a hill, was considered “The most Portuguese village in Portugal“.

This honor reinforced the taste of the locals in preserving their identity, in such a way that the pressure of tourism in recent years has improved the available resources but nothing has changed the image of the village.

Highlights at Monsanto:

Strolling through the village’s narrow and steep streets is enchanting, and it’s worth the effort to climb up to the castle ruins to enjoy the stunning views. Then, churches, chapels, tower, fountains, are mere details of an interesting visit.

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Monsanto – 2 Different visits

What I have seen Visiting Monsanto - 2 interesting visits Located in Castelo Branco district, and close to Idanha-a-Nova and ... Read More

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