What travelers say
Visiting Ribeira de pena means to enjoy this amazing landscape through guided visits to the vineyards and wine testing.
The most expressive monument of Ribeira de Pena is the Saviour’s Mother-Church with its baroque style while Senra de Cima House is an outstanding evidence of the civil architecture from the 18th century.
... More A fascinating element to visit is the Wire Bridge (or Pênsil Bridge) that crosses the Tâmega river, connecting Ribeira to Santo Aleixo d’Além Tâmega. Two steel cables support the bridge and its entrances were made in granite. It was built to serve the populations of both sides of the river and it was until 1963, the only crossing point for those people.
Bragadas’s Leisure Park is located on a wide forestall spot and offers the visitors a kinder garden, grillers, water, sanitary installations and tables.
In the area around Ribeira de Pena there are many prehistoric remains such as the Stone Age engravings of Lamelas, several dolmens and fortified settlements such as the ruins found at Monte do Cabriz, near the village of Cerva.
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